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Ken Block and co-driver Alex Gelsomino in action in their Ford Escot RS Cosworth at the 2019 International Rally of Whangarei. [Photo: Geoff Ridder] “We are thrilled that Ken Block will be part of Rally New Zealand this year,” says Michael Goldstein, CEO, Rally New Zealand 2020 Ltd. “We are also delighted to welcome Ford...
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Hayden Paddon, Mayor Phil Goff and Rally NZ CEO Michael Goldstein. Photo: Brett Phibbs
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Rally New Zealand will be round 9 of the 2020 FIA World Rally Championship. The FIA announced a number of changes to the World Rally Championship calendar for the 2020 season, following an e-vote by the World Motor Sport Council last week. Following a request by the organiser of Rally Chile, it has been approved to...
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A new look for WRC.com Munich, 21 January 2020 – Ahead of the start of the 2020 FIA World Rally Championship at the iconic Rallye Monte-Carlo (23 – 26 January), WRC Promoter managing director Oliver Ciesla looks forward to a competitive season, filled with exciting innovations. Q: The return of classic rallies in Kenya and...
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The 2020 season will see the return of New Zealand alongside Rally Japan and the highly anticipated Safari Rally in Kenya. Spain, France and Australia are omitted at the expense of the returning rallies in what is still a 14-round calendar. 
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I’m quite confident that New Zealand will manage to organize a top level event. I have no doubts. The sporting side will be on the highest possible level, because after so many years the knowledge and the expertise — how to organize rallying on a world-class level — is within the country.
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The FIA today announced the World Rally Championship calendar for the 2020 season, following an e-vote by the World Motor Sport Council this week. The 2020 calendar, comprised of 14 rounds.
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Rally NZ 2020
The iconic Rally New Zealand will return to the FIA World Rally Championship next year after an eight year hiatus.  Rally New Zealand officials are thrilled after receiving the news from WRC Promoter which has released the global calendar for the 2020 season.  The four-day event will be based in Auckland from 3 to 6 September 2020, and has the backing of Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED). 
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