By José Luis Abreu on March 9, 2023 9:12 p.m
The route of the Vodafone Rally de Portugal is already known, there are some new ones, the most important being that there are two new sections: Paredes and the Figueira da Foz super special.
The race, which runs from May 11 to 14, opens in Lousã on Friday, and the new super special in Figueira da Foz only takes place at the end of the first day of the race, after the special in Mortágua. , being , therefore PE8. Lousada moves on to the next day…
The rally starts with the departure ceremony on Thursday night in Coimbra, the competitors depart for the Lousã, Góis and Arganil sections, which again have a double pass, followed by Mortágua at 5.05pm. The super special run in Figueira da Foz takes place at 19:05.
The next day Vieira do Minho, Amarante and Felgueiras, also with a double pass with Lousada’s super special at the end of the day, also at 19:05.
On Sunday, the rally has a new stage in Paredes, with 15 km, two passes from Fafe, the second from PowerStage and between them, the section Cabeceiras de Basto.
As for Paredes, the initial phase of the section should be the same as the shakedown, except that the length is tripled, so there should be new tracks between Gandra and O kartódromo de Baltar. As you can see, Rally Portugal 2023 is set…
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