- The rally starts on Friday lunchtime with the exciting mixed-surface Harju street stage in front of big crowds in central Jyväskylä.
- Then it’s into the forests west of the city for a double run of Ässämäki and Sahloinen-Moksi, with a tyre change in Petäjävesi separating the loops. The day ends as darkness falls in Oittila. The six tests total 89.42km.
- Saturday is clustered around Jämsä and, with 151.95km of relentless action, comprises more than half the rally’s competitive distance. It begins with Kakaristo-Hassi, featuring sections of the iconic Ouninpohja, followed by Päijälä, at 22.61km the longest of the weekend. New stages at Arvaja and Patajoki complete the quartet.
- The four morning tests are repeated in the afternoon after service and a re-run of Friday afternoon’s Harju, in darkness, completes the leg.
- Sunday’s finale is unchanged from 2019. It heads east for two runs each on the classic roads of Laukaa and the big jumps of Ruuhimäki. Ruuhimäki’s second pass forms the bonus-points paying Wolf Power Stage. The four tests total 45.74km.
- The 19 stages add up to 287.11km.
- Sunday’s live TV Wolf Power Stage in Ruuhimäki. Driven unchanged from 2019, the roads are fast and wide, with the famous roller-coaster jumps near the end leading into a stadium section and a monster leap across the finish.
- Based in central Jyväskylä’s Paviljonki exhibition centre. WRC teams will line up in the ‘main street’ near the harbour, with support category teams indoors. Paviljonki is just a few minutes walk from the city’s shops, bars and restaurants.