Draft 2021 WRC calendar is the economy version of 2020

2021 WRC
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Rally fans waiting for FIA's decision about next Would Rally Championship rounds.
Despite the fact, the organizers are making plans for WRC 2021. It's very difficult to expect the best rally races in a pandemic time, but drafts only.  I suggest you to look again at this list, it turned out to be an economical option, quite profitable version

Monte Carlo  (Tarmac)
Finland (Gravel)
Portugal (Gravel)
Sweden (Snow)
Kenya (Gravel)
Spain (Tarmac)
Italy (Gravel)
Japan (Tarmac)
Australia (Gravel)

 Here are no luxury, no extra costs for transit, and unnecessary logistical doubts. It's like a collection of remixes of your favorite band album - "The best of". 
You can say " Where is Corsica?", "Why is there no Argentina" and mine "Bring back Mexico!" tracks.

Undoubtedly, each stage, every rally round has its own special meaning and unique culture sports value. 

By the way, rally GB still has all the chances to get into, following the "The best of" logic. 
Probably the same won't happen with Turkey rally. What is all this for? 

2021 WRC
WRC official

The world rally championship is a great example of correct labor costs now. While the whole world is watching the situation, these guys don't waste time and do plans ahead, expecting competently, collecting only the bests. 
For my own consideration, WRC tickets' prices will go up by one-quarter next year as well as expenses for tourist travels. It would be great if WRC 2020 make the most of this year and hold the best races, even if it will be about winter. 

What are your expectations? Will GB rally be included in the "best of" the Rally compilation 2021? Planning for next year?


Taisiya Lavi

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