ERC Rally di Roma Capitale: the key numbers

ERC Rally di Roma Capitale: the key numbers

06/09/2017 at 06:00Updated 06/09/2017 at 06:10

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The FIA European Rally Championship heads to Italy next and a new event on the calendar, Rally di Roma Capitale.

14-17:Event runs over four days kicking off with the Qualifying Stage on 14 September and concluding in Pontile di Ostia on 17 September

12:The rally consists of 12 stages over a competitive distance of 203.08 kilometres

32.70:At 32.70 kilometres Cave-Rocca S.Stefano is the rally’s longest stage. It’s run twice on leg two

2.40:Meanwhile, the ACI Roma Arena stage is the shortest at 2.40 kilometres

23:Kajetan Kajetanowicz’s ERC title advantage stands at 23 points over Bruno Magalhães

3:It’s even closer in ERC Junior Under 27 with Aleks Zawada three points in front of Chris Ingram

54:Italian Tamara Molinaro tops the ERC Ladies’ Trophy standings by 54 points

43:Zelindo Melegari, also from Italy, leads the ERC2 division

23:Italy has celebrated 23 European championship triumphs with Giandomenico Basso and Luca Rossetti both three-time winners

10:Cars will take part in a tour of Rome in groups of 10 under police escort on 15 September. From the Ceremonial Start location in Bocca della Verità, the tour will pass several famous landmarks including Colosseum, Palazzo Venezia, Altare della Patria and Campidoglio and many more. The tour ends at the pre-start area for SS1.