The Route of Rally Chile 2024

The organizers of Rally Chile announced the route of their event which will be held on September 26-29.

More specifically, the recce will last two days and will start on Tuesday 24 September for Saturday and Sunday stages while the second day of the recce includes the passes from Friday and Sunday stages and will be held on Wednesday 25 September. The Shakedown session will take place in Conuco on Thursday 26 September where the drivers will make their final adjustments to their car set-up. Afterwards, the crews will head to Concepsion for the autograph session and the ceremonial start.

The real rally action begins on Friday 27 September with three repeated stages and 112,86 competitive kilometers. "Pulperia" remains the opening stage of the morning and the afternoon loop with 19,77 Km and then the crews will pass throughout "Rere" which is the shortest stage of Friday with 13,34 Km. "San Rosendo" is the concluding stage of both loops with 23,32 Km which means that it is the longest stage of Friday. In addition to that, the drivers and the co-drivers will face the unknown during the two runs throughout "San Rosendo" as it is a brand-new stage.

The second day of the rally contains two loops of the three stages and 139,96 Km. The morning and the afternoon action starts with "Pelun" which is now been lengthened by nine kilometers while it must be mentioned that a part of that stage hosted the Powerstage a year ago. Moreover, the organizers added another new stage on the route which is "Lota" with 25,58 Km and will be the following stage after "Pelun". The crews will complete both loops with "Maria las Cruces" which was firstly introduced in 2019.

Sunday includes four stages and 54,66 competitive kilometers. "Laraquete" will be the first and the third stage of the day with 18,59 Km and is a brand-new stage. The first pass from "Bio Bio" will be crucial for the drivers and the co-drivers as they have the chance to make some final changes to their pacenotes before running that stage for a second time as the organizers decided that "Bio Bio" will host the Powerstage and will define which crews will score the maximum points from SuperSunday and PS. At the end of the Powerstage, the three winning crews will head back to the Service Park for the prize-giving and the podium ceremony.

Totally, this year's Rally Chile includes 16 stages and 307,48 Km in distance.

Photo Credits: M-Sport

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