Rally Poland Will Return To The WRC In 2024
Rally Poland will return to the World Rally Championship next season for the first time since 2017. Find out more below.
Making A Return
It has been confirmed that Rally Poland will return for the 2024 WRC season. The fast gravel roads of Poland last appeared in the World Rally Championship in 2017. Before it was taken off the calendar due to issues with safety. The event has a long WRC history, with it first being run in 1921, although wasn’t on the WRC calendar at that time. As the WRC didn’t exist at the time. Poland first appeared on the WRC calendar in 1973 as a one-off event. It would remain absent until 2009 when Mikko Hirvonen won the event. Then Poland was absent again until 2014 when it made 4 consecutive WRC appearances. Sebastien Ogier won in both 2014 and 2015, while Andreas Mikkelsen won in 2016 and Thierry Neuville in 2017.
When Will Rally Poland Be Run?
The date for the event is the 27th through 30th of June 2024. This means it’ll run at basically the same time Safari Rally Kenya ran this year. Rally Poland will run as one of three consecutive high-speed events. The other two are Rally Latvia and Rally Finland. Latvia also joins the WRC in 2024, after being an ERC mainstay. If you’re wondering about Safari Rally Kenya don’t worry the event will still be run.
When Will The 2024 WRC Calendar Be Released?
Now that we know all 13 rounds that will be on the 2024 WRC calendar, where is it? The simple answer is, that it still has yet to be approved by the FIA. However there is a date the calendar has to be approved by. That date is the 19th of October before the FIA World Motor Sport Council on that day.