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WRC rally (Mexico)

History

  • First held in 1979, the rally moved to León in 1998 and joined WRC in 2004.
  • The 2007 rally was the shortest in WRC history with a total distance of less than 850km. It still included more than 366km of stages and more than 43 per cent was competitive.
  • Sébastien Loeb scored six consecutive wins between 2006 and 2012 (the rally was absent in 2009 due to rotation).

What’s new for 2015

  • Thursday night’s curtain-raiser in Guanajuato is followed by tests at León’s race circuit, a popular viewing spot for fans. 
  • A short street stage close to the service park returns to an early afternoon slot on Friday and Saturday.