Tuesday | 20 Jan 2015

WRC+ goes live in UK

FIA World Rally Championship fans in the UK can follow the excitement of the 2015 season via the WRC+ interactive digital service for the first time.

WRC+ offers fans access to live special stages, highlights programmes, live maps and onboard action, and will be available to fans in the UK from this week’s opening round at Rallye Monte Carlo (22 - 25 January).

It is accessible via website or the official WRC app (Android and iOS) across computer, smart phone or tablet, meaning fans can stay in touch with all the action and the latest WRC news as it happens, or whenever convenient, from wherever they are.

WRC+ contains four fan options in one package:

• Live stages: View up to three hours of live HD coverage of iconic stages from every rally across three different stages. Coverage includes live onboard images, helicopter footage and commentary from expert analysts and special guests.

• Live maps: Track competitors through every stage of every rally in real time, watch live timing and key driver information, locate spectator points, stages and the service park.

• Onboard action: Experience a driver’s eye view of the stages via dramatic cockpit cameras. Select from up to 10 top drivers on your favourite stage. Pick the camera angle or face-cam you prefer and choose single driver or driver comparison mode.

• Full highlights: Watch up to 156 minutes of HD video highlights from every round, including a preview magazine programme, 26-minute daily highlights show and 52-minute event round-up. All highlights are available within minutes of production being completed.

Subscribers can access WRC+ for just 4.99 Euros per month or 49.99 Euros for year-round coverage and all 13 rallies by registering at www.wrcplus.com.

However, fans can currently take advantage of a pre-season promotion which offers 20% off the annual subscription until 31 January. Simply use the promotion code WRC2015 when you register.

Each subscription offers two simultaneous log-ins, meaning fans can follow the action via two different modes at the same time.

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