Rally Guanajuato México - Review
|Date||12 - 15 March 2020|
|Categories||WRC / WRC 2 / WRC 3|
|Stages||24 (325.28 km)|
|Total Distance||947.29 km|
|Entry List||Full Entry List|
- Begins on Thursday night with a colourful start ceremony and two tests through the streets of picturesque Guanajuato.
- Friday covers familiar roads around the town in the El Chocolate, Ortega and Las Minas stages, which are all driven twice. A short test in Bicentennial Park, a double run round the city’s motor racing circuit and a street stage in León lift the stage tally to 10.
- The second leg features equally challenging roads in the mountains north and east of León. Guanajuatito is joined by the returning Alfaro and Derramadero, the day ending with a re-run of the race track test and a different street stage in Leon. It is the longest day of the event with 133.78km of flat-out action.
- Sunday’s finale comprises many roads used in various forms earlier in the weekend. It ends with the popular El Brinco Wolf Power Stage.
El Chocolate. Friday’s 31.57km test is the second longest of the rally and rises to a breathtaking 2650 metres, one of the season’s highest altitudes. It has everything – climbs, descents, hairpins, fast sections, narrow roads and plenty of enticing corners.