Providing a clear path of progression from national level to the world stage, the ERC is also open to all-comers, meaning age and is no barrier to competing.
Run over eight action-packed weekends from March to October, events take place on asphalt roads and gravel tracks in all weathers. And with crews counting their best six scores only, the fight for glory is hugely intense.
Watch top drivers on Eurosport Player as they charge along the rim of a volcanic crater lake on the Azores Airlines Rallye, battle over the Acropolis Rally’s rocky terrain in Greece or tackle a street stage in central Rome. Drivers and co-drivers chase prestigious FIA titles in three distinctive divisions based on car performance: ERC1, ERC2 and ERC3. There is also the FIA European Rally Championship for Teams, the ERC Ladies’ Trophy and the new-for-2018 ERC Nations’ Cup.
For rising talents, the ERC Junior Under 27 and ERC Junior Under 28 championships offer career-progression opportunities and the chance to build experience against like-minded rivals. .