Central European Rally timetable confimed

The organizers of Central European Rally announced the timetable of their event which will be held on October 26-29.

More specifically, the ceremony start will be held in Prague Castle on Thursday 26 October at 13:00 local time while the crews will make their final adjustments to their cars a day before the ceremonial start. The first day of the rally includes two stages ("Velká Chuchle", "Klatovy Circuit") which are about to start one and five hours respectively after the ceremonial start.

Friday 27 October includes three stages for the morning and the afternoon loop which will be held in Czech Republic. The action stars with "Vlachovo Březí" which will be followed by "Zvotoky", the longest stage of the day with almost 24 competitive kilometers. "Šumavské Hoštice" is the concluding stage for both loops with 23,37 Kilometers while the second pass throughout is set to be at 16:59 local time.

The penultimate day of the rally contains two loops of three repeated stages. "Schärdinger Innviertel" and "Mühltal" are the first two stages of both loops and will be held in Austria at 08:15 and 10:01 respectively. In fact, "Mühltal" is the longest stage of Central European Rally with 27,83 kilometers in length. Finally, the German "Knaus Tabbert Bayerischer Wald" stage will end the morning and the afternoon with its distance being at 11,88 Km.

Austria and Germany will host equal number of stages on Sunday which reach four stages in total. The morning loop starts with "Böhmerwald" at 08:06 local time and continues with the German "Passauer Land" stage at 09:35. With less than an hour, the crews will return back to Austria to run throughout "Böhmerwald" for the second time. After the regroup, the drivers and the co-drivers will head back to Germany to pass throughout the Powerstage which will be the second pass of "Passauer Land". The Powerstage will start at 12:15 and afterwards the crews will go to Passau for the podium ceremony and the prize giving.

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