An important thing for every sports bettor is to have knowledge about the events schedules. For World Rally Championship there is no exception, that’s why at Online Betting Sports we share with you the latest news, updates and information about the WRC schedule.
Brief introduction to WRC Schedule
The FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) is the highest level of competition in rallying and one of the most prestigious motorsports events in the world. Founded in 1973, the WRC pits drivers, co-drivers, and hybrid-powered cars against some of the most unforgiving and brutally challenging terrain on the planet, with races taking place in multiple countries all over the globe.
The WRC season traditionally starts in January and concludes in November, and it includes three to four-day rally events. However, the exact number of events will vary depending on the WRC organizers’ decision on how many events will be included each season.
An average WRC season will include 12 races, but there can be more or fewer races – most notably, there were just seven events in 2020 due to COVID. So if you want to make WRC picks and bet on the rallying season, it helps to check how many events will happen, where they will happen and when.
Understanding the WRC Schedule
The races occur across various tracks, spread across the globe, including Sweeden, Finland, Italy, Estonia, Mexico, Monte Carlo, Kenya, New Zealand, England, Argentina, and more. And not only do races take place in different countries, in different weather conditions, but the surface of the tracks is also very diverse. It can include anything from gravel, snow, sand, tarmac, and anything in between.
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to understand the WRC schedule. All you need to do is to access the official WRC website, which will provide you with all the information you need including when and where the next race will happen.The location of the race will obviously also affect the WRC odds, knowing that some drivers tend to perform better on certain tracks and terrain compared to others. So if you plan to bet on WRC, it is very beneficial if you check where the next race will occur and make your WRC picks accordingly.
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