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FIA Motorsport Games: Rally

The FIA Motorsport Games ventures away from the circuit for its second edition, with rallying set to become a major part of the event. Four separate disciplines, held on tarmac roads, will be included on the 2020 programme, with exciting new additions for high-performance Rally2 machinery and two-wheel-drive Rally4 cars.

Rally Format

Based on the smooth asphalt roads surrounding the Circuit Paul Ricard service park, the event will be based on FIA Regional Rally Sporting Regulations and gets underway on Wednesday 27 October with reconnaissance, scrutineering, and shakedown.

The rally action will commence on Friday 29 October, with the competition playing out over 12 competitive stages split over two days and covering 140km. At the end of the rally the top three crews in each class will compete in one final super stage to decide on medal positions.

An optional pre-event test is available on demand.

Rally 2 Entry Requirements

  • Eligibility: All FIA Homologated Rally 2 cars are eligible to enter
  • Tyres: There will be a single tyre supplier, with a maximum of 12 tyres to be used throughout the event
  • Fuel: FIA competition fuel
  • Driver Entry Requirements: The driver must hold a Motorsport UK International Rally Competition Licence. FIA Regional Rally Priority Drivers are excluded from competing.
  • Co-Driver Entry Requirements: The co-driver must hold a Motorsport UK International Competition Licence. The co-driver can be a different nationality to the driver.
  • Entry fee: €1300

The FIA will be providing an optional arrive-and-drive service at a cost of €15,000 – 23,000 if you don’t wish to compete in your own vehicle.

 

Rally 4 Entry Requirements

  • Eligibility: All FIA Homologated Rally 4 cars are eligible to enter
  • Tyres: There will be a single tyre supplier, with a maximum of 8 tyres to be used throughout the event
  • Fuel: Pump fuel SP98
  • Driver Entry Requirements: The driver must hold a Motorsport UK International Rally Competition Licence. FIA Regional Rally Priority Drivers are excluded from competing.
  • Co-Driver Entry Requirements: The co-driver must hold a Motorsport UK International Competition Licence. The co-driver can be a different nationality to the driver.
  • Entry fee: €1000

The FIA will be providing an optional arrive-and-drive service at a cost of €9,000 – 12,000 if you don’t wish to compete in your own vehicle.

Please send any queries to fiamsgames@motorsportuk.org. By registering your interest you are agreeing to Motorsport UK’s Terms and Conditions if chosen to represent the UK in the 2021 FIA Motorsport Games.

Think you’ve got what it takes to win gold? To register your interest in entering this event, please complete the form at the link below.

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