Will it be the 2021 WRC season's fastest round?
Elfyn Evans starts Arctic Rally Finland on Friday chasing the chance to become the FIA World Rally Championship’s first back-to-back winter event winner since team-mate Sébastien Ogier in 2016.
The FIA World Rally Championship journeys to the Arctic Circle for the first time this week boosted by one of the strongest frontline entries in recent years.
The snowy delights of the WRC’s 2021 winter encounter have attracted a star-studded WRC2 entry for Arctic Rally Finland Powered by CapitalBox.
Temperatures might be cold, but the pace in WRC3 certainly won’t be. A whopping 23 drivers start Arctic Rally Finland Powered by CapitalBox with a point to prove.
Officials from Arctic Rally Finland Powered by CapitalBox (26 - 28 February) have predicted perfect winter conditions for this week’s second round of the FIA World Rally Championship.
Will Sébastien Ogier continue from where he left off in Monte-Carlo or will Ott Tänak find redemption following a disappointing Monte-Carlo? Or, will it be another driver who triumphs at Arctic Rally Finland, powered by CapitalBox? Have your say in the poll below!
The Arctic Circle in February is no place for the faint-hearted. It’s cold, it’s remote and there’s snow and ice everywhere, but the action in the far north of Finland will be white hot over the next few days.
Jari-Matti Latvala is prepared for his record as the youngest driver to win an FIA World Rally Championship round to be broken this week by Toyota Gazoo Racing protégé Kalle Rovanperä.