As of 2023, the FIA World Rally Championship 2023 will be the fifty-first season of the World Rally Championship, a motorsport championship recognized by the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) as the highest level of international rallying. The World Rally Championships will take place for drivers, co-drivers, manufacturers and teams. Only manufacturers who compete in homologated Rally1 cars are eligible to earn points; crews can drive cars that comply with the regulations of Groups Rally1 to Rally5. As soon as the Monte Carlo Rally begins in January 2023, Rally Japan will conclude the championship in November 2023. Each round of the championship and select events are supported by the World Rally Championship-2 and the World Rally Championship-3 categories.
Kalle Rovanperä and Jonne Halttunen, who won their first championship titles at the 2022 Rally New Zealand, are the reigning drivers’ and co-drivers’ champions. Toyota is the defending manufacturers’ champion.
Central Europe Rally
Over thirteen rounds, the World Rally Championship 2023 season is scheduled to take place across Europe, Africa, North and South America, and Asia.
Germany, Austria, and the Czech Republic will co-host the Central Europe Rally in 2023 as part of the World Rally Championship. In southeast Germany, Passau in Bavaria will host the rally, which will be held on tarmac.
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