The action-packed 13-stop calendar starts in Monte-Carlo from 14-17 January before wrapping up in Greece from 12-15 August. Along the way, competitors will need to familiarise themselves with five new stops to the 2022 calendar: Spain, Belgium, Croatia, Estonia and Greece.
Where possible, the eSports Championship mirrors the real-world WRC calendar, with a number of rounds taking place as a prelude to the WRC round, such as in Monte-Carlo, Sweden, Croatia and Portugal.
The format will remain the same as 2021 with the top eight drivers in the regular season automatically earning a spot in the World Final at a yet-to-be-determined date and place. When correlating the final standings, drivers can drop their worst round from the regular season.
The eSports WRC Championship is open to anyone playing WRC 10.