The Rally Route of Rally Sardinia 2023

The organizers of Rally Italia Sardegna announced the rally route of their event for 2023 season which will host the sixth round of World Rally Championship.

Rally Italia Sardegna returns to Olbia city where will be the center of the event after 20 years. The recce will last two days from Tuesday 30 to Wednesday 31 May. The rally action will start on Thursday 1 June from Shakedown Loiri Porto San Paolo (3,23 Km) while the first special stage will be held later on the afternoon at the same time like in 2022 ("Olbia-Cabu Abbas). Between SD and SS1, the fans will have the chance to meet their favorite crews and to take autographs from them.

On Friday 2 June, the drivers will compete in six stages and the competitive kilometers will reach the 148,74. "Tarantiles Ris20" will be the first stage of the day and returns to the itinerary after 19 years. "Monte Lerno" will be the following stage and will be the longest of the rally with 49,92 kilometers. "Terranova" will be the concluding stages for the morning and the afternoon loop.

The third day of Rally Sardinia includes eight stages and starts with the "Coiluna-Loelle" which was first ran in 2013. "Su Filigose" will be the 9th and 13th stage of the rally and 2011 was the last year that was in World Rally Championship. After this stage, the drivers will compete in "Erula-Tula" which will be the longest stage of the day with 22,26 competitive kilometers while the classic "Tempio Pausania" concludes the action for Saturday.

On Sunday 4 June, the total distance will be at 46,08 Kilometers as "Arzachena-Braniatogghiu" will be the opening and the penultimate stage of the final day. "Sardegna" will host the 17th and the last stage of the rally. Powerstage will determine the winning crew and team as well as who will take the five extra points from it. Finally, the winning crews will head to Piazza Crispi for the podium and the prize giving ceremony.

Totally, Rally Italia Sardegna will include 19 stages and the total distance of the event will be at 334,65 Kilometers.

Photo Credits: M-Sport

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