Monte carlo rally live 2020

A decade has gone by and now Monte-Carlo rally fans will be looking forward to the fresh start of season 2020. In the Monte-Carlo season, 2020 fans will get to see a 25.49 km race track with the stage name “Bayons — Bréziers”. Each rally comprises around 15–25 ‘Special Stages’ which is the latest addition to the Monte-Carlo calendar this year. The season will kick start on 23rd of January 2020, from the race at French Riviera and it will end on the 26th of January 2020.

Fans will get to see some exciting changes in the Monte-Carlo in 2020. One of the biggest changes is the route for the 2020 rally features a total of 304.28 km (189.07 mi) in competitive kilometers which is 19.55 km (12.15 mi) shorter than the route that was used in the 2019 event. The 2020 route highlights extraordinary revisions to the route used in 2019, with the addition of the Malijal — Puimichel, Curbans — Venterol, and St. Clement-sur-Durance — Freissinieres stages. The Bayons — Bréziers stage returned to the rally after being absent in 2019, while some stage got removed, named Valdrôme — Sigottier and Roussieux — Laborel. 

2020 World Rally Championship season kicks off with the most prestigious event in Monte Carlo

Schedule of this 2020 Season Monte-Carlo:

Entry list

No. Driver Co-Driver Entrant Car Tyre
World Rally Car entries
3 Finland Teemu Suninen Finland Jarmo Lehtinen United Kingdom M-Sport Ford WRT Ford Fiesta WRC M
4 Finland Esapekka Lappi Finland Janne Ferm United Kingdom M-Sport Ford WRT Ford Fiesta WRC M
8 Estonia Ott Tänak Estonia Martin Järveoja South Korea Hyundai Shell Mobis WRT Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC M
9 France Sébastien Loeb Monaco Daniel Elena South Korea Hyundai Shell Mobis WRT Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC M
11 Belgium Thierry Neuville Belgium Nicolas Gilsoul South Korea Hyundai Shell Mobis WRT Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC M
17 France Sébastien Ogier France Julien Ingrassia Japan Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT Toyota Yaris WRC M
18 Japan Takamoto Katsuta United Kingdom Daniel Barritt Japan Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT Toyota Yaris WRC M
33 United Kingdom Elfyn Evans United Kingdom Scott Martin Japan Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT Toyota Yaris WRC M
40 Lithuania Deividas Jocius Lithuania Mindaugas Varža United Kingdom M-Sport Ford WRT Ford Fiesta WRC M
44 United Kingdom Gus Greensmith United Kingdom Elliott Edmondson United Kingdom M-Sport Ford WRT Ford Fiesta WRC M
69 Finland Kalle Rovanperä Finland Jonne Halttunen Japan Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT Toyota Yaris WRC M
World Rally Championship-2 entries
20 Norway Mads Østberg Norway Torstein Eriksen France PH-Sport Citroën C3 R5 M
21 Russia Nikolay Gryazin Russia Yaroslav Fedorov South Korea Hyundai Motorsport N Hyundai i20 R5 P
22 Norway Ole Christian Veiby Sweden Jonas Andersson South Korea Hyundai Motorsport N Hyundai i20 R5 P
23 France Adrien Fourmaux Belgium Renaud Jamoul United Kingdom M-Sport Ford WRT Ford Fiesta R5 Mk. II M
24 United Kingdom Rhys Yates United Kingdom James Morgan United Kingdom M-Sport Ford WRT Ford Fiesta R5 Mk. II M
World Rally Championship-3 entries
25 Brazil Paulo Nobre Brazil Gabriel Morales Brazil Paulo Nobre Škoda Fabia R5 P
26 France Yoann Bonato France Benjamin Boulloud France Yoann Bonato Citroën C3 R5 M
27 France Eric Camilli France François-Xavier Buresi France Eric Camilli Citroën C3 R5 M
28 France Nicolas Ciamin France Yannick Roche France Nicolas Ciamin Citroën C3 R5 M
29 Italy “Pedro” Italy Emmanuele Baldaccini Italy “Pedro” Ford Fiesta R5 Mk. II P
30 Luxembourg Grégoire Munster Belgium Louis Louka Luxembourg Grégoire Munster Škoda Fabia R5 P
31 France Yohan Rossel France Benoît Fulcrand France PH-Sport Citroën C3 R5 M
32 France Stéphane Sarrazin France Kévin Parent France Stéphane Sarrazin Hyundai i20 R5 P
34 Italy Umberto Scandola Italy Guido D’Amore Italy Umberto Scandola Hyundai i20 R5 M
35 Italy Andrea Nucita Italy Bernardo Di Caro Italy Andrea Nucita Hyundai i20 R5 P
36 Spain Miguel Díaz-Aboitiz Spain Diego Sanjuan De Eusebio Spain Miguel Díaz-Aboitiz Škoda Fabia R5 P
37 Italy Enrico Brazzoli Italy Maurizio Barone Italy Enrico Brazzoli Škoda Fabia R5 P
38 Spain Pepe Lopéz Spain Borja Rozada Spain Pepe Lopéz Citroën C3 R5 P
Other major entries
41 Sweden Oliver Solberg Republic of Ireland Aaron Johnston Sweden Oliver Solberg Volkswagen Polo GTI R5 P

 

Itinerary

Date Time No. Stage name Distance
22 January 16:01 Gap [Shakedown] 3.35 km
Leg 1 — 165.54 km
23 January 20:38 SS1 Malijal — Puimichel 17.47 km
22:26 SS2 Bayons — Bréziers 25.49 km
24 January 08:36 SS3 Curbans — Venterol 1 20.02 km
09:56 SS4 St. Clement-sur-Durance — Freissinieres 1 20.68 km
11:21 SS5 Avançon — Notre-Dame-du-Laus 1 20.59 km
13:54 SS6 Curbans — Venterol 2 20.02 km
15:14 SS7 St. Clement-sur-Durance — Freissinieres 2 20.68 km
16:39 SS8 Avançon — Notre-Dame-du-Laus 2 20.59 km
Leg 2 — 75.20 km
25 January 09:38 SS9 St.-Leger-les-Mélèzes — La-Bâtie-Neuve 1 16.87 km
10:56 SS10 La Bréole — Selonnet 1 20.73 km
14:08 SS11 St.-Leger-les-Mélèzes — La-Bâtie-Neuve 2 16.87 km
15:26 SS12 La Bréole — Selonnet 2 20.73 km
Leg 3 — 63.54 km
26 January 08:17 SS13 La Bollène-Vésubie — Peïra Cava 1 18.41 km
09:08 SS14 La Cabanette — Col de Braus 1 13.36 km
10:55 SS15 La Bollène-Vésubie — Peïra Cava 2 18.41 km
12:18 SS16 La Cabanette — Col de Braus 2 [Power Stage] 13.36 km

 

Report

World Rally Cars

Day Stage Stage name Length Winners Car Time Class leaders
22 January Gap [Shakedown] 3.35 km Ogier / Ingrassia Toyota Yaris WRC 1:57.1 N/A
23 January SS1 Malijal — Puimichel 17.47 km
SS2 Bayons — Bréziers 25.49 km
24 January SS3 Curbans — Venterol 1 20.02 km
SS4 St. Clement-sur-Durance — Freissinieres 1 20.68 km
SS5 Avançon — Notre-Dame-du-Laus 1 20.59 km
SS6 Curbans — Venterol 2 20.02 km
SS7 St. Clement-sur-Durance — Freissinieres 2 20.68 km
SS8 Avançon — Notre-Dame-du-Laus 2 20.59 km
25 January SS9 St.-Leger-les-Mélèzes — La-Bâtie-Neuve 1 16.87 km
SS10 La Bréole — Selonnet 1 20.73 km
SS11 St.-Leger-les-Mélèzes — La-Bâtie-Neuve 2 16.87 km
SS12 La Bréole — Selonnet 2 20.73 km
26 January SS13 La Bollène-Vésubie — Peïra Cava 1 18.41 km
SS14 La Cabanette — Col de Braus 1 13.36 km
SS15 La Bollène-Vésubie — Peïra Cava 2 18.41 km
SS16 La Cabanette — Col de Braus 2 [Power Stage] 13.36 km

 

World Rally Championship-2

Day Stage Stage name Length Winners Car Time Class leaders
22 January Gap [Shakedown] 3.35 km Østberg / Eriksen Citroën C3 R5 2:04.1 N/A
23 January SS1 Malijal — Puimichel 17.47 km
SS2 Bayons — Bréziers 25.49 km
24 January SS3 Curbans — Venterol 1 20.02 km
SS4 St. Clement-sur-Durance — Freissinieres 1 20.68 km
SS5 Avançon — Notre-Dame-du-Laus 1 20.59 km
SS6 Curbans — Venterol 2 20.02 km
SS7 St. Clement-sur-Durance — Freissinieres 2 20.68 km
SS8 Avançon — Notre-Dame-du-Laus 2 20.59 km
25 January SS9 St.-Leger-les-Mélèzes — La-Bâtie-Neuve 1 16.87 km
SS10 La Bréole — Selonnet 1 20.73 km
SS11 St.-Leger-les-Mélèzes — La-Bâtie-Neuve 2 16.87 km
SS12 La Bréole — Selonnet 2 20.73 km
26 January SS13 La Bollène-Vésubie — Peïra Cava 1 18.41 km
SS14 La Cabanette — Col de Braus 1 13.36 km
SS15 La Bollène-Vésubie — Peïra Cava 2 18.41 km
SS16 La Cabanette — Col de Braus 2 13.36 km

 

World Rally Championship-3

Day Stage Stage name Length Winners Car Time Class leaders
22 January Gap [Shakedown] 3.35 km Ciamin / Roche
Bonato / Boulloud
Lopéz / Rozada
Citroën C3 R5
Citroën C3 R5
Citroën C3 R5
2:07.7 N/A
23 January SS1 Malijal — Puimichel 17.47 km
SS2 Bayons — Bréziers 25.49 km
24 January SS3 Curbans — Venterol 1 20.02 km
SS4 St. Clement-sur-Durance — Freissinieres 1 20.68 km
SS5 Avançon — Notre-Dame-du-Laus 1 20.59 km
SS6 Curbans — Venterol 2 20.02 km
SS7 St. Clement-sur-Durance — Freissinieres 2 20.68 km
SS8 Avançon — Notre-Dame-du-Laus 2 20.59 km
25 January SS9 St.-Leger-les-Mélèzes — La-Bâtie-Neuve 1 16.87 km
SS10 La Bréole — Selonnet 1 20.73 km
SS11 St.-Leger-les-Mélèzes — La-Bâtie-Neuve 2 16.87 km
SS12 La Bréole — Selonnet 2 20.73 km
26 January SS13 La Bollène-Vésubie — Peïra Cava 1 18.41 km
SS14 La Cabanette — Col de Braus 1 13.36 km
SS15 La Bollène-Vésubie — Peïra Cava 2 18.41 km
SS16 La Cabanette — Col de Braus 2 13.36 km
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