Stages

  • Following Thursday evening’s opening ceremony in Alghero, an early morning start on Friday takes competitors back across the island for a double loop of Filigosu – Sa Conchedda and Terranova. After service, another double loop further north through Tempio Pausania and Erula – Tula ends the day after 127.40km of action.

  • Saturday follows the same format with almost 130km of competition, mainly in the Monte Acuto region. Classic roads in Coiluna – Loelle and Lerno – Monti di Ala’ are driven twice before service. Afternoon action near the north coast in Bortigiadas – Aggius – Viddalba and  Sedini – Castelsardo complete the longest leg

  • The northernmost tip of the island hosts Sunday’s finale. An early morning lap through Arzachena – Braniatogghiu and Aglientu – Santa Teresa is repeated. The latter test hosts the final bonus-points paying Wolf Power Stage. It’s the shortest leg of the rally at 46.08km

  • The 20 stages total 303.10km

 

Iconic Stage

  • Saturday’s Lerno – Monti di Ala’ home to the iconic Micky’s Jump. If you like your WRC action of a high-flying nature, then it gets no better than here. Cars hang in the sky as the road drops away beneath them.

Rally Route