WRC Tour de Corse 2016

29th September 2016 - 2nd October 2016


 Tight and twisty mountain roads are often bordered on one side by a rock face and on the other by a steep drop into the sea. 




  • Rough and abrasive asphalt places high demands on tyres. 


  • Many crews have not previously tackled the rally so must write all-new pace notes. 


  • Narrow roads mean errors can be punished heavily.


Event Updates

  • Craig finishes 5th Overall

    After powering his way through the final stage Craig has taken 5th position overall. Craig will now head to the next round of the World Rally Championship in two weeks’ time in Spain.
  • Just 2 Stages Today

    There are just two stages this morning, first up the mamoth the 53.78km Antisanti - Poggio di Nazza
  • Craig maintains his 5th Overnigh

    At the end of day two Craig clinched the third fastest time through the final stage and maintains his 5th position overnight. 2 Stages remain tomorrow
  • Craig 5th Overnight

    At the end of day one Craig has moved up to 5th overnight. Having kept with the pace of the leaders on his first asphalt rally in the Citroen DS3 WRC Craig has been able to complete the day without incident.
  • We move up to 6th

    We move up to 6th
  • Friday Regroup

  • 8th O/A

    After the first two stages of day one Craig heads to the morning regroup in 8th place overall.

    Next Stage goes live at 14:24 local time / 13.24 IRISH TIME

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