Rally Estonia will hold the seventh round in the WRC championship of 2022, and it will be the third time in history that the rally is run in Estonia, with 2020 being the first edition.
However, it is not the only time that Estonia has had an official rally. 2010 was the first year for Rally Estonia, but only as a rally for the local Estonian championship, and this continued until 2013. From 2014 to 2016 Rally Estonia came to form part of the European Rally Championship. Then, from 2017 to 2019 it came back as an official rally of the local Estonian championship.
The Estonian National Museum in Tartu will be the headquarters of the rally, where Service Park and podium will be as well.
The rally stages can be described as very fast and flowing technical roads. The drivers will encounter numerous jumps and crests and combining this with high-speed means that there will be no room for error.
And as a curiosity, some roads in Estonia are usually used by manufacturers as a test for Rally Finland, taking into consideration the similarity between Finnish and Estonian roads.
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