Everything you need to know about the
World Rally Championship 2017
The 2017 WRC, organised by the FIA (Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile), takes place in 13 rounds, starting in Monte-Carlo on January 16 and finishing in Australia on November 19.
You can watch every rally on Red Bull TV - with the day’s highlights on Fridays, highlights plus super stage live on Saturdays and a rally round-up on Sundays.
Find out everything you need to know about the World Championship Rally…:
- Costs & Technology
- Tips from champion Sébastien Ogier
- Second-hand rally cars in every price range
- How to become a rally driver
- How to become a co-driver
Rally drivers are the best drivers in the world. Four-time champion Sébastien Ogier reveals what we can learn from him to apply to our everyday driving.
It’s a long way to the top: Even the greats had to start somewhere. This is your route to the cockpit of a works car.
No one is closer to the action than the co-driver. You have to be fearless and modest. Most importantly, you have to use your brain, not the gas. Here are 11 tips for a successful career.