WRC Long & Short Highlights

1973 (Champion: NOT AWARDED)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 19-26
  2. Sweden, Feb 15-17
  3. Portugal, Mar 13-18
  4. Safari, Apr 19-23
  5. Morocco, May 8-13
  6. Greece, May 23-27
  7. Poland, Jul 12-15
  8. Finland, Aug 3-5
  9. Austria, Sep 12-15
  10. Sanremo, Oct 10-13
  11. United States, Nov 1-4
  12. Great Britain, Nov 17-21
  13. Corsica, Dec 1-2

1974 (Champion: NOT AWARDED)

  1. Portugal, Mar 20-23
  2. Safari, Apr 11-15
  3. Finland, Aug 2-4
  4. Sanremo, Oct 2-5
  5. Canada, Oct 16-20
  6. United States, Oct 30-Nov 3
  7. Great Britain, Nov 16-20
  8. Corsica, Nov 30-Dec 1

1975 (Champion: NOT AWARDED)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 15-23
  2. Sweden, Feb 13-15
  3. Safari, Mar 27-31
  4. Greece, May 24-31
  5. Morocco, Jun 24-28
  6. Portugal, Jul 18-21
  7. Finland, Aug 29-31
  8. Sanremo, Oct 4-10
  9. Corsica, Nov 8-9
  10. Great Britain, Nov 22-26

1976 (Champion: NOT AWARDED)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 17-24
  2. Sweden, Feb 20-22
  3. Portugal, Mar 10-14
  4. Safari, Apr 15-19
  5. Greece, May 22-28
  6. Morocco, Jun 22-27
  7. Finland, Aug 27-29
  8. Sanremo, Oct 6-9
  9. Corsica, Nov 6-7
  10. Great Britain, Nov 27-30

1977 (Champion: NOT AWARDED)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 22-28
  2. Sweden, Feb 11-13
  3. Portugal, Mar 1-6
  4. Safari, Apr 7-11
  5. New Zealand, May 1-7
  6. Greece, May 28-Jun 3
  7. Finland, Aug 26-28
  8. Canada, Sep 14-18
  9. Sanremo, Oct 4-8
  10. Corsica, Nov 5-6
  11. Great Britain, Nov 20-24

1978 (Champion: NOT AWARDED)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 21-28
  2. Sweden, Feb 10-12
  3. Safari, Mar 23-27
  4. Portugal, Apr 19-23
  5. Greece, May 29-Jun 2
  6. Finland, Aug 25-27
  7. Canada, Sep 13-17
  8. Sanremo, Oct 3-7
  9. Ivory Coast, Oct 21-24
  10. Corsica, Nov 4-5
  11. Great Britain, Nov 19-23

1979 (Champion: Bjorn Waldegaard)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 20-26
  2. Sweden, Feb 16-18
  3. Portugal, Mar 6-11
  4. Safari, Apr 12-16
  5. Greece, May 28-31
  6. New Zealand, Jul 14-18
  7. Finland, Aug 24-28
  8. Canada, Sep 13-16
  9. Sanremo, Oct 1-7
  10. Corsica, Nov 2-4
  11. Great Britain, Nov 18-21
  12. Ivory Coast, Dec 9-14

1980 (Champion: Walter Rohrl)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 19-25
  2. Sweden, Feb 15-17
  3. Portugal, Mar 4-9
  4. Safari, Apr 3-7
  5. Greece, May 26-29
  6. Argentina, Jul 19-24
  7. Finland, Aug 29-31
  8. New Zealand, Sep 13-17
  9. Sanremo, Oct 6-11
  10. Corsica, Oct 24-25
  11. Great Britain, Nov 16-19
  12. Ivory Coast, Dec 9-14

1981 (Champion: Ari Vatanen)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 24-30
  2. Sweden, Feb 13-15
  3. Portugal, Mar 4-7
  4. Safari, Apr 16-20
  5. Corsica, Apr 30-May 2
  6. Greece, Jun 1-4
  7. Argentina, Jul 18-23
  8. Brazil, Aug 6-8
  9. Finland, Aug 28-30
  10. Sanremo, Oct 5-10
  11. Ivory Coast, Oct 26-31
  12. Great Britain, Nov 22-25

1982 (Champion: Walter Rohrl)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 16-22
  2. Sweden, Feb 12-14
  3. Portugal, Mar 3-6
  4. Safari, Apr 8-12
  5. Corsica, May 6-8
  6. Greece, May 31-Jun 3
  7. New Zealand, Jun 26-29
  8. Brazil, Aug 11-14
  9. Finland, Aug 27-29
  10. Sanremo, Oct 3-8
  11. Ivory Coast, Oct 27-Nov 1
  12. Great Britain, Nov 21-25

1983 (Champion: Hannu Mikkola)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 22-29
  2. Sweden, Feb 11-13
  3. Portugal, Mar 2-5
  4. Safari, Mar 30-Apr 4
  5. Corsica, May 5-7
  6. Greece, May 30-Jun 2
  7. New Zealand, Jun 25-28
  8. Argentina, Aug 2-6
  9. Finland, Aug 26-28
  10. Sanremo, Oct 2-8
  11. Ivory Coast, Oct 25-30
  12. Great Britain, Nov 19-23

1984 (Champion: Stig Blomqvist)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 21-27
  2. Sweden, Feb 10-12
  3. Portugal, Mar 6-11
  4. Safari, Apr 19-23
  5. Corsica, May 3-5
  6. Greece, May 26-31
  7. New Zealand, Jun 23-26
  8. Argentina, Jul 27-Aug 1
  9. Finland, Aug 24-26
  10. Sanremo, Sep 30-Oct 5
  11. Ivory Coast, Oct 31-Nov 4
  12. Great Britain, Nov 25-29

1985 (Champion: Timo Salonen)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 26-Feb 1
  2. Sweden, Feb 15-17
  3. Portugal, Mar 6-9
  4. Safari, Apr 4-8
  5. Corsica, May 2-4
  6. Greece, May 27-30
  7. New Zealand, Jun 29-Jul 2
  8. Argentina, Jul 30-Aug 3
  9. Finland, Aug 23-25
  10. Sanremo, Sep 29-Oct 4
  11. Ivory Coast, Oct 30-Nov 3
  12. Great Britain, Nov 24-28

1986 (Champion: Juha Kankkunen)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 18-24
  2. Sweden, Feb 14-16
  3. Portugal, Mar 5-8
  4. Safari, Mar 29-Apr 2
  5. Corsica, May 1-3
  6. Greece, Jun 2-4
  7. New Zealand, Jul 5-8
  8. Argentina, Aug 6-9
  9. Finland, Sep 5-7
  10. Ivory Coast, Sep 24-27
  11. Great Britain, Nov 16-19
  12. United States, Dec 4-7

1987 (Champion: Juha Kankkunen)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 17-22
  2. Sweden, Feb 13-14
  3. Portugal, Mar 11-14
  4. Safari, Apr 16-20
  5. Corsica, May 7-9
  6. Greece, May 31-Jun 3
  7. United States, Jun 26-29
  8. New Zealand, Jul 11-14
  9. Argentina, Aug 4-8
  10. Finland, Aug 27-30
  11. Ivory Coast, Sep 22-26
  12. Sanremo, Oct 12-15
  13. Great Britain, Nov 22-25

1988 (Champion: Miki Biasion)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 16-21
  2. Sweden, Feb 4-6
  3. Portugal, Mar 1-6
  4. Safari, Mar 31-Apr 4
  5. Corsica, May 3-6
  6. Greece, May 29-Jun 1
  7. United States, Jun 23-26
  8. New Zealand, Jul 9-12
  9. Argentina, Aug 2-6
  10. Finland, Aug 26-28
  11. Ivory Coast, Sep 20-24
  12. Sanremo, Oct 10-14
  13. Great Britain, Nov 20-24

1989 (Champion: Miki Biasion)

  1. Sweden, Jan 6-8
  2. Monte Carlo, Jan 21-26
  3. Portugal, Feb 28-Mar 4
  4. Safari, Mar 23-27
  5. Corsica, Apr 23-26
  6. Greece, May 27-Jun 1
  7. New Zealand, Jul 15-18
  8. Argentina, Aug 1-5
  9. Finland, Aug 25-27
  10. Australia, Sep 14-17
  11. Sanremo, Oct 8-12
  12. Ivory Coast, Oct 29-Nov 2
  13. Great Britain, Nov 19-23

1990 (Champion: Carlos Sainz)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 19-25
  2. Portugal, Mar 6-10
  3. Safari, Apr 11-16
  4. Corsica, May 6-9
  5. Greece, Jun 3-6
  6. New Zealand, Jun 30-Jul 3
  7. Argentina, Jul 24-28
  8. Finland, Aug 23-26
  9. Australia, Sep 20-23
  10. Sanremo, Oct 14-18
  11. Ivory Coast, Oct 28-Nov 1
  12. Great Britain, Nov 25-28

1991 (Champion: Juha Kankkunen)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 24-30
  2. Sweden, Feb 16-18
  3. Portugal, Mar 5-9
  4. Safari, Mar 27-Apr 1
  5. Corsica, Apr 28-May 1
  6. Greece, Jun 2-5
  7. New Zealand, Jun 26-30
  8. Argentina, Jul 23-27
  9. Finland, Aug 22-25
  10. Australia, Sep 20-24
  11. Sanremo, Oct 13-17
  12. Ivory Coast, Oct 27-31
  13. Catalunya, Nov 10-13
  14. Great Britain, Nov 24-27

1992 (Champion: Carlos Sainz)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 23-29
  2. Sweden, Feb 13-16
  3. Portugal, Mar 3-7
  4. Safari, Mar 27-Apr 1
  5. Corsica, May 3-6
  6. Greece, May 31-Jun 3
  7. New Zealand, Jun 25-28
  8. Argentina, Jul 22-25
  9. Finland, Aug 27-30
  10. Australia, Sep 19-22
  11. Sanremo, Oct 12-14
  12. Ivory Coast, Oct 31-Nov 2
  13. Catalunya, Nov 9-11
  14. Great Britain, Nov 22-25

1993 (Champion: Juha Kankkunen)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 21-27
  2. Sweden, Feb 12-14
  3. Portugal, Mar 3-6
  4. Safari, Apr 8-12
  5. Corsica, May 2-4
  6. Greece, May 30-Jun 1
  7. Argentina, Jul 14-17
  8. New Zealand, Aug 5-8
  9. Finland, Aug 27-29
  10. Australia, Sep 18-21
  11. Sanremo, Oct 11-13
  12. Catalunya, Nov 2-4
  13. Great Britain, Nov 21-24

1994 (Champion: Didier Auriol)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 22-27
  2. Portugal, Mar 1-4
  3. Safari, Mar 31-Apr 3
  4. Corsica, May 5-7
  5. Greece, May 29-31
  6. Argentina, Jun 30-Jul 2
  7. New Zealand, Jul 29-31
  8. Finland, Aug 26-28
  9. Sanremo, Oct 9-12
  10. Great Britain, Nov 20-23

1995 (Champion: Colin McRae)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 22-26
  2. Sweden, Feb 10-12
  3. Portugal, Mar 8-10
  4. Corsica, May 3-5
  5. New Zealand, Jul 27-30
  6. Australia, Sep 15-18
  7. Catalunya, Oct 23-25
  8. Great Britain, Nov 19-22

1996 (Champion: Tommi Makinen)

  1. Sweden, Feb 9-11
  2. Safari, Apr 5-7
  3. Indonesia, May 10-12
  4. Greece, Jun 2-4
  5. Argentina, Jul 4-6
  6. Finland, Aug 23-26
  7. Australia, Sep 13-16
  8. Sanremo, Oct 13-15
  9. Catalunya, Nov 4-6

1997 (Champion: Tommi Makinen)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 19-22
  2. Sweden, Feb 7-10
  3. Safari, Mar 1-3
  4. Portugal, Mar 12-26
  5. Catalunya, Apr 14-16
  6. Corsica, May 5-7
  7. Argentina, May 22-24
  8. Greece, Jun 8-10
  9. New Zealand, Aug 2-5
  10. Finland, Aug 29-31
  11. Indonesia, Sep 19-21
  12. Sanremo, Oct 13-15
  13. Australia, Oct 30-Nov 2
  14. Great Britain, Nov 23-25

1998 (Champion: Tommi Makinen)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 19-21
  2. Sweden, Feb 6-8
  3. Safari, Feb 28-Mar 2
  4. Portugal, Mar 22-26
  5. Catalunya, Apr 19-22
  6. Corsica, May 4-6
  7. Argentina, May 20-23
  8. Greece, Jun 7-9
  9. New Zealand, Jul 24-27
  10. Finland, Aug 21-23
  11. Sanremo, Oct 12-14
  12. Australia, Nov 5-8
  13. Great Britain, Nov 22-24

1999 (Champion: Tommi Makinen)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 17-20
  2. Sweden, Feb 12-14
  3. Safari, Feb 26-28
  4. Portugal, Mar 21-24
  5. Catalunya, Apr 19-21
  6. Corsica, May 7-9
  7. Argentina, May 22-25
  8. Greece, Jun 6-9
  9. New Zealand, Jul 15-18
  10. Finland, Aug 20-22
  11. China, Sep 17-19
  12. Sanremo, Oct 11-13
  13. Australia, Nov 4-7
  14. Great Britain, Nov 21-23

2000 (Champion: Marcus Gronholm)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 21-23
  2. Sweden, Feb 11-13
  3. Safari, Feb 25-27
  4. Portugal, Mar 16-19
  5. Catalunya, Mar 31-Apr 2
  6. Argentina, May 11-14
  7. Greece, Jun 9-11
  8. New Zealand, Jul 13-16
  9. Finland, Aug 18-20
  10. Cyprus, Sep 8-10
  11. Corsica, Sep 29-Oct 1
  12. Sanremo, Oct 20-22
  13. Australia, Nov 9-12
  14. Great Britain, Nov 23-26

2001 (Champion: Richard Burns)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 19-21
  2. Sweden, Feb 9-11
  3. Portugal, Mar 8-11
  4. Catalunya, Mar 23-25
  5. Argentina, May 3-6
  6. Cyprus, Jun 1-3
  7. Greece, Jun 15-17
  8. Safari, Jul 20-22
  9. Finland, Aug 24-26
  10. New Zealand, Sep 21-23
  11. Sanremo, Oct 4-7
  12. Corsica, Oct 19-21
  13. Australia, Nov 1-4
  14. Great Britain, Nov 22-25

2002 (Champion: Marcus Gronholm)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 18-20
  2. Sweden, Feb 1-3
  3. Corsica, Mar 8-10
  4. Catalunya, Mar 22-24
  5. Cyprus, Apr 19-21
  6. Argentina, May 16-19
  7. Greece, Jun 13-16
  8. Safari, Jul 12-14
  9. Finland, Aug 8-11
  10. Germany, Aug 22-25
  11. Sanremo, Sep 19-22
  12. New Zealand, Oct 2-5
  13. Australia, Oct 31-Nov 3
  14. Great Britain, Nov 14-17

2003 (Champion: Petter Solberg)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 23-26
  2. Sweden, Feb 6-9
  3. Turkey, Feb 27-Mar 2
  4. New Zealand, Apr 10-13
  5. Argentina, May 8-11
  6. Greece, Jun 5-8
  7. Cyprus, Jun 19-22
  8. Germany, Jul 24-27
  9. Finland, Aug 7-10
  10. Australia, Sep 4-7
  11. Sanremo, Oct 2-5
  12. Corsica, Oct 16-19
  13. Catalunya, Oct 23-26
  14. Great Britain, Nov 6-9

2004 (Champion: Sebastien Loeb)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 22-25
  2. Sweden, Feb 5-8
  3. Mexico, Mar 11-14
  4. New Zealand, Apr 15-18
  5. Cyprus, May 13-16
  6. Greece, Jun 3-6
  7. Turkey, Jun 24-27
  8. Argentina, Jul 15-18
  9. Finland, Aug 5-8
  10. Germany, Aug 19-22
  11. Japan, Sep 2-5
  12. Great Britain, Sep 16-19
  13. Italy, Sep 30-Oct 3
  14. Corsica, Oct 15-17
  15. Catalunya, Oct 28-31
  16. Australia, Nov 11-14

2005 (Champion: Sebastien Loeb)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 20-23
  2. Sweden, Feb 10-13
  3. Mexico, Mar 10-13
  4. New Zealand, Apr 7-10
  5. Italy, Apr 28-May 1
  6. Cyprus, May 12-15
  7. Turkey, Jun 2-5
  8. Greece, Jun 23-26
  9. Argentina, July 14-17
  10. Finland, August 4-7
  11. Germany, Aug 25-28
  12. Great Britain, Sep 15-18
  13. Japan, Sep 29-Oct 2
  14. Corsica, Oct 20-23
  15. Catalunya, Oct 27-30
  16. Australia, Nov 10-13

2006 (Champion: Sebastien Loeb)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 19-22
  2. Sweden, Feb 2-5
  3. Mexico, Mar 2-5
  4. Catalunya, Mar 23-26
  5. Corsica, Apr 7-9
  6. Argentina, Apr 28-30
  7. Italy, May 19-21
  8. Greece, Jun 2-4
  9. Germany, Aug 11-13
  10. Finland, Aug 18-21
  11. Japan, Sep 1-3
  12. Cyprus, Sep 22-24
  13. Turkey, Oct 13-15
  14. Australia, Oct 27-29
  15. New Zealand, Nov 17-19
  16. Great Britain, Dec 1-3

2007 (Champion: Sebastien Loeb)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 18-21
  2. Sweden, Feb 9-11
  3. Norway, Feb 16-18
  4. Mexico, Mar 9-11
  5. Portugal, Mar 30-Apr 1
  6. Argentina, May 4-6
  7. Italy, May 18-20
  8. Greece, Jun 1-3
  9. Finland, Aug 3-5
  10. Germany, Aug 17-19
  11. New Zealand, Aug 31-Sep 2
  12. Catalunya, Oct 5-7
  13. Corsica, Oct 12-14
  14. Japan, Oct 26-28
  15. Ireland, Nov 16-18
  16. Great Britain, Nov 30-Dec 2

2008 (Champion: Sebastien Loeb)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 24-27
  2. Sweden, Feb 8-10
  3. Mexico, Feb 29-Mar 2
  4. Argentina, Mar 28-30
  5. Jordan, Apr 25-27
  6. Italy, May 16-18
  7. Greece, May 30-Jun 1
  8. Turkey, Jun 13-15
  9. Finland, Aug 1-3
  10. Germany, Aug 15-17
  11. New Zealand, Aug 29-31
  12. Catalunya, Oct 3-5
  13. Corsica, Oct 10-12
  14. Japan, Oct 31-Nov 2
  15. Great Britain, Dec 5-7

2009 (Champion: Sebastien Loeb)

  1. Ireland, Jan 30-Feb 1
  2. Norway, Feb 13-Feb 15
  3. Cyprus, Mar 13-15
  4. Portugal, Apr 3-5
  5. Argentina, Apr 24-26
  6. Italy, May 22-24
  7. Greece, Jun 12-14
  8. Poland, Jun 26-28
  9. Finland, Jul 31-Aug 2
  10. Australia, Sep 4-6
  11. Catalunya, Oct 2-4
  12. Great Britain, Oct 23-25

2010 (Champion: Sebastien Loeb)

  1. Sweden, Feb 12-14
  2. Mexico, Mar 5-7
  3. Jordan, Apr 1-3
  4. Turkey, Apr 16-18
  5. New Zealand, May 7-9
  6. Portugal, May 28-30
  7. Bulgaria, Jul 8-10
  8. Finland, Jul 30-31
  9. Germany, Aug 20-22
  10. Japan, Sep 10-12
  11. France, Oct 1-3
  12. Catalunya, Oct 22-24
  13. Great Britain, Nov 12-14

2011 (Champion: Sebastien Loeb)

  1. Sweden, Feb 10-13
  2. Mexico, Mar 4-6
  3. Portugal, Mar 25-27
  4. Jordan, Apr 14-16
  5. Italy, May 6-8
  6. Argentina, May 26-29
  7. Greece, Jun 12-14
  8. Finland, Jul 28-30
  9. Germany, Aug 19-21
  10. Australia, Sep 9-11
  11. France, Sep 30-Oct 2
  12. Catalunya, Oct 21-23
  13. Great Britain, Nov 11-13

2012 (Champion: Sebastien Loeb)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 17-22
  2. Sweden, Feb 9-12
  3. Mexico, Mar 8-11
  4. Portugal, Mar 29-Apr 1
  5. Argentina, Apr 27-29
  6. Greece, May 25-27
  7. New Zealand, Jun 22-24
  8. Finland, Aug 2-5
  9. Germany, Aug 24-26
  10. Great Britain, Sep 13-16
  11. France, Oct 4-7
  12. Italy, Oct 18-21
  13. Spain, Nov 8-11

2013 (Champion: Sebastien Ogier)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 16-19
  2. Sweden, Feb 7-10
  3. Mexico, Mar 7-10
  4. Portugal, Apr 11-14
  5. Argentina, May 2-5
  6. Greece, May 31-Jun 2
  7. Italy, Jun 20-23
  8. Finland, Aug 1-3
  9. Germany, Aug 22-25
  10. Australia, Sep 12-15
  11. France, Oct 3-6
  12. Spain, Oct 24-27
  13. Great Britain, Nov 13-17

2014 (Champion: Sebastien Ogier)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 16-18
  2. Sweden, Feb 5-8
  3. Mexico, Mar 6-9
  4. Portugal, Apr 3-6
  5. Argentina, May 8-11
  6. Italy, Jun 6-8
  7. Poland, Jun 27-29
  8. Finland, Aug 1-3
  9. Germany, Aug 22-24
  10. Australia, Sep 12-14
  11. France, Oct 3-5
  12. Spain, Oct 24-26
  13. Great Britain, Nov 14-16

2015 (Champion: Sebastien Ogier)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 22-25
  2. Sweden, Feb 12-15
  3. Mexico, Mar 5-8
  4. Argentina, Apr 23-26
  5. Portugal, May 21-24
  6. Italy, Jun 11-14
  7. Poland, Jul 2-5
  8. Finland, Jul 30-Aug 2
  9. Germany, Aug 20-23
  10. Australia, Sep 10-13
  11. Corsica, Oct 1-4
  12. Spain, Oct 22-25
  13. Great Britain, Nov 12-15

2016 (Champion: Sebastien Ogier)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 21-24
  2. Sweden, Feb 11-14
  3. Mexico, Mar 3-6
  4. Argentina, Apr 21-24
  5. Portugal, May 19-22
  6. Italy, Jun 9-12
  7. Poland, Jul 1-3
  8. Finland, Jul 28-Jul 31
  9. Germany, Aug 18-21
  10. Corsica, Sep 29-Oct 2
  11. Spain, Oct 13-16
  12. Great Britain, Oct 27-30
  13. Australia, Nov 17-20

2017 (Champion: Sebastien Ogier)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 18-22
  2. Sweden, Feb 9-12
  3. Mexico, Mar 9-12
  4. Corsica, Apr 6-9
  5. Argentina, Apr 27-30
  6. Portugal, May 18-21
  7. Italy, Jun 8-11
  8. Poland, Jun 29-Jul 2
  9. Finland, Jul 27-30
  10. Germany, Aug 17-20
  11. Spain, Oct 5-8
  12. Great Britain, Oct 26-29
  13. Australia, Nov 16-19

2018 (Champion: Sebastien Ogier)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 25-28
  2. Sweden, Feb 15-18
  3. Mexico, Mar 8-11
  4. Corsica, Apr 5-8
  5. Argentina, Apr 26-29
  6. Portugal, May 17-20
  7. Italy, Jun 7-10
  8. Finland, Jul 26-29
  9. Germany, Aug 16-19
  10. Turkey, Sep 13-16
  11. Great Britain, Oct 4-7
  12. Spain, Oct 25-28
  13. Australia, Nov 15-18

2019 (Champion: ott Tanak)

  1. Monte Carlo, Jan 24-27
  2. Sweden, Feb 11-17
  3. Mexico, Mar 7-10
  4. Corsica, Mar 28-31
  5. Argentina, Apr 25-28
  6. Chile, May 9-12
  7. Portugal, May 30-Jun 2
  8. Italy, Jun 13-16
  9. Finland, Aug 1-4
  10. Germany, Aug 22-25
  11. Turkey, Sep 12-15
  12. Great Britain, Oct 3-6
  13. Spain, Oct 24-27
  14. Australia, Nov 14-17
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