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Mexico - Event timetable

Rally Mexico itinerary.
Complete event timetable for Rally Mexico - the second round out of 13 in the 2011 FIA World Rally Championship.



Thursday 3 March: Day 1 León – León

Shakedown 5.13km stage (15.90km from the service park) 08.00 - 12.00
Start León 18.20
SS1 Guanjuato Street Stage 1.05km 20.06
Finish León 21.26


Friday 4 March: Day 1 (continued) León – León

Serv A León (15 mins) 08.00
SS2 Alfaro 1 26.01km 08.43
SS3 Ortega 1 23.83km 10.16
SS4 El Cubilete 1 18.87km 11.04
SS5 León Street Stage 1.33km 12.12
Serv B León (30 mins) 12.49
SS6 Alfaro 2 26.01km 13.47
SS7 Ortega 2 23.83km 15.20
SS8 El Cubilete 2 18.87km 16.08
Serv C León (45 mins) 17.13
SS9 Super Special 1 2.21km 19.45
SS10 Super Special 2 2.21km 19.50
Finish León 20.20

Total 143.17km competitive


Saturday 5 March: Day 2 León – León

Serv D León (15 mins) 08.00
SS11 Ibarrilla 1 29.90km 08.54
SS12 Duarte 1 23.27km 10.17
SS13 Derramadero 1 23.28km 11.08
SS14 León Street Stage 1.33km 12.11
Serv E León (30 mins) 12.48
SS15 Ibarrilla 2 29.90km 13.57
SS16 Duarte 2 23.27km 15.20
SS17 Derramadero 2 23.28km 16.11
Serv F León (45 mins) 17.11
SS18 Super Special 1 2.21km 19.43
SS19 Super Special 2 2.21km 19.48
Finish León 20.18

Total 158.65km competitive


Sunday 6 March: Day 3 León – León

Serv G León (15 mins) 07.30
SS20 Guanajuatito 29.13km 08.28
SS21 Comanjilla 24.59km 09.51
SS22 Guanajuato Power Stage 8.28km 11.06
Serv H León (10 mins) 12.21
Finish León Poliforum 13.00

Total 62.00km competitive

Rally total 1031.30km (364.87km competitive)


all times local


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Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) Kaj Lindstrom (FIN), Citroen C4 WRC, Citroen Junior Team
Jari-Matti Latvala (FIN) Miikka Anttila (FIN), Ford Focus RS WRC08, BP Ford Abu Dhabi World Rally Team
Jari-Matti Latvala (FIN) Miikka Anttila (FIN), Ford Focus RS WRC08, BP Ford Abu Dhabi World Rally Team
Sebastien Ogier (F) Julien Ingrassia (F) Citroen C4 WRC, Citroen Junior Team
Mikko Hirvonen (FIN) Jarmo Lehtinen (FIN), Ford Focus RS WRC08, BP Ford Abu Dhabi World Rally Team
Sebastien Loeb (FRA) Daniel Elena (MON), Citroën C4, Citroën Total World Rally Team
Dani Sordo (ESP) Marc Marti (ESP), Citroen C4 Citroën Total World Rally Team
Jari-Matti Latvala (FIN) Miikka Anttila (FIN), Ford Focus RS WRC08, BP Ford Abu Dhabi World Rally Team
Dani Sordo (ESP) Marc Marti (ESP), Citroen C4 Citroën Total World Rally Team
Petter Solberg (NOR) Philip Mills (GBR), Citroen C4 WRC, Petter Solberg Rallying

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Taz

February 27, 2011 10:33 PM

@Craig You can't see the problem ?? The less people the sport is exposed to will be to the sports detriment long term. Hell, touring cars is shown on ITV and it's pretty cr4p these days. You have to pay an extra cost for ESPN on sky even if you have the sports package. Would you be happy to pay to watch F1 ? And I'd actually like to watch it on a TV rather than having to squint at a laptop...unless I stream it to the TV and that's a hassle. It's not helping the sport, North one is ruining the sport....even more than Dave Richards did !

slightlysideways

February 27, 2011 3:43 PM

Mad mitch, Spot on there, also the WRC site is useless with poor daily round ups of the rally-that's after the site actually loads. I remember when North One took over they were talking about a new era for the sport and how they would do everything in their power to make it like the turn of the century. I actually thought they would make it much better. Bullsh1t, frankly



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