• After Thursday night’s start ceremony in Umeå, Friday’s leg journeys north for two loops of three speed tests, split by service in the city. First up is Kroksjö, then Kamsjön, the rally’s most northerly stage and the longest of the event at 27.81km, and finally Sävar.
  • The day ends with the fan-friendly Umeå Sprint, which ends in The Red Barn Arena near the service park. The seven tests total 125.67km – the longest day of the event.
  • Saturday features two identical loops of three stages which are separated by service. The opener in Brattby is followed by Langed, which is the most southerly of the rally, and then Umeä, an elongated version of the previous night’s sprint stage which again ends in the arena. The six tests cover 82.30km.
  • Four stages north-west of Umeå form Sunday’s finale. Vindeln and Sarsjöliden are driven twice, with the closing test forming the bonus points-paying Wolf Power Stage. The quartet add up to 56.84km.
  • The 17 stages cover 264.81km in a total route of 1223.22km.


Iconic Stage

  • Friday’s Kroksjö test. The first pass is the opening stage – and what a way to start a new rally! This stage has everything – and then some. Narrow but fast forest tracks give way to a flat-out 2.5km blast, before it reverts to a small forest road. Curves, crests and trees right on the edge of the road leave no room for error.


Rally Route