Rallye Monte Carlo is administered under the flag of Monaco but the service park and all the stages are driven in France. although the start and Finish are in Monaco.
Unlike previous years, the 2020 Monte Carlo Rally surrounded in uncertainly. The 2020 season also sees a much changed line-up with what has been the biggest driver shake up in years and the introduction of 25% new stages and of course the legendary mix of snow, ice and tarmac will mean that the rally will be a fascinating affair.
The rally starts on today Thursday 23th January with the traditional ceremonial start in Monaco on the evening. After the traditional start in Monte-Carlo’s famous Casino Square, the driver’s will be tackling the first two stages of the rally in complete darkness on their way to Gap a French city ( Sébastien Ogier’s home town) with a tyre change area at Digne-les-Bains just before the start of the first stage.
The next two days will be spent in the Mountains around Gap before heading.
back to Monaco on the final day taking in 4 stages before the ceremonial finish in the principality on Sunday 26th January.
And there is no available Rally 2 (restarting of rally for retired crews between Saturday and Sunday.)