New for 2022

 

  • The start and finish podiums will return to the picturesque Town Hall Square in Tartu’s Old Town.
  • Thursday night’s opening test alongside the service park will be driven in the opposite direction to last year.
  • Mäeküla is back on the schedule on Saturday. It’s shorter than the 2020 version but still features the Kekkose ski tracks.
  • Sunday’s Raadi stage has been renamed from the Tartu Vald Wolf Power Stage 12 months ago. It includes the parkland roads that form Thursday night’s opening test before continuing for a further 6km and will be run in the reverse direction to 2021.
  • Kambja is back as the bonus points-paying Wolf Power Stage – as it was in Estonia’s inaugural WRC appearance in 2020. It’s driven in a revised format, with the finish and the TV podium located amid the beautiful Leigo lakes.   

 

 

 

 

New for 2022