The FIA World Rally Championship 2019 is the forty-seventh season of the World Rally championship. It is an auto racing championship. It has gained so much popularity over the years and now it is recognized as the highest class of international rallying.
This year, the first rally started from January 25th till January 28th at the Rallye Monte-Carlo. The final race will take place on November 15th-18th at the Kennards Hire Rally in Australia.
There are 14 events in total for the World Rally Championship for Drivers, Co-drivers, and Manufactures. Teams and crews are free to compete in cars complying with World Rally Car and Group R regulations.
The series will be supported by the World Rally Championship-2 category at every round. The Junior World Rally Championship will support the series at selected events.
|1||24 January||27 January||Rallye Automobile Monte Carlo|
|2||14 February||17 February||Rally Sweden|
|3||7 March||10 March||Rally Guanajuato Mexico|
|4||28 March||31 March||Tour de Corse|
|5||25 April||28 April||Rally Argentina|
|6||9 May||12 May||Rally Chile|
|7||30 May||2 June||Rally de Portugal|
|8||13 June||16 June||Rally Italia Sardegna|
|9||1 August||4 August||Rally Finland|
|10||22 August||25 August||ADAC Rallye Deutschland|
|11||12 September||15 September||Rally of Turkey|
|12||3 October||6 October||Wales rally GB|
|13||24 October||27 October||RACC rally Catalunya de Espana|
|14||14 November||17 November||Rally Australia|
DRIVER’S CATEGORY – Ott Tanak
CO-DRIVER’S CATEGORY – Martin Jarveoja
MANUFACTURER’S CATEGORY – Hyundai
US: Eleven sports, ESPN3
UK and Ireland: BT Sport, Channel 5
Central and South America: Fox Sports
Hong Kong: beIN Sports
Australia: Fox Sports
New Zealand: TV3, TVNZ
Western Europe: motorsport.tv
Over time, things have improved for the fans of the World Rally Championship. WRC+ is the official broadcast and video channel of the World Rally Championship.
Through WRC+, you can watch all the events of the World Rally Championship live. The site also provides information on;
WRC+ all live
Listed below are the steps that you can follow to watch the World Rally Championship live using a VPN:
Purchase a VPN from a well-known and highly rated provider (don’t use a free VPN)
Download and install the VPN on your device
Clear your web browser’s cache
Connect to a server (Since the WRC streaming service has no region lock, choose the server closest to you, it will be the fastest.)
Go to the WRC website, or open the WRC+ app
Enjoy watching the World Rally Championship.
With the championship being so popular, there are many fans of the championship all around the world. If you are in the US and have access to ESPN3, you can enjoy the championship easily without using a VPN. The problem is for those fans who cannot watch the championship live due to geographical restrictions. So, here’s a guide to help you watch the World Rally Championship live with a VPN: