The second round of the FIA ​​European Rally Championship and second of the Spanish Super Championship includes a total of 13 special stages between May 2 and 4. One of the great novelties is in the start ceremony, which is moved to Wednesday, May 1 and changes its location without leaving Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

At 2:00 p.m. this Wednesday, March 6, the entries period opens for this event of the FIA ​​European Rally Championship (FIA ERC) and the Spanish Super Championship (S-CER). The period will end on Tuesday, April 16 at 8:00 p.m.

The FIA ​​World Council has published today, Wednesday, November 22, the official calendar of the FIA ​​European Rally Championship 2024. In a roadmap with eight appointments, the Gran Canaria event will be the second and at the same time the first on tarmac. It will be the ninth consecutive edition since the return to the continental calendar in 2016 and, in addition, it will be part of the FIA ​​Junior ERC roadmap.

El Consejo Mundial de la FIA ha publicado hoy miércoles 22 de noviembre el calendario oficial del FIA European Rally Championship 2024. En una hoja de ruta con ocho citas, la prueba grancanaria será la segunda y al mismo tiempo la primera sobre asfalto. Será la novena edición consecutiva desde el regreso al calendario continental en 2016 y, además, formará parte de la hoja de ruta del FIA Junior ERC.

The Frenchmen put their names down in the list of winners in the round valid for the FIA European Rally Championship for the first time. The Citroën C3 Rally2 team has been starring an outstanding weekend in which they have not given away any chance to their competitors. The New Zealanders Hayden Paddon-John Kennard, ranked second, have strengthen their leadership in the continental competition. Efrén Llarena and Sara Fernández got the third position.

The French driver, at the side of his countryman Banjamin Boulloud, closes the morning loop of the Saturday leg with a head-start of more than half a minute on the New Zealanders Hayden Paddon-John Kennard. The scratch of the leaders on the first run through the special stage ‘Moya-Valsequillo’ made the largest difference of the weekend. The best placed Spaniards are Jan Solans-Rodrigo Sanjuán, ranked third.

The French driver, at the side of his countryman Benjamin Boulloud, finished the first leg of the scoring round for the FIA European Rally Championship at the top of the ranking. The leader, behind the wheel of a Citroën C3 Rally2, will start the competition on Saturday with a head start of eleven seconds over the Hyundai i20 N Rally2 from Hayden Paddon-John Kennard.

The French driver, at the side of his countryman Benjamin Boulloud, climbs up to the first position in the general ranking after having achieved two half-time victories out of three in the morning loop this Friday. The Citroën C3 Rally2 team won an advantage of five seconds over Andrea Nucita-Rudy Bellot. The Spaniards Efrén Llarena-Sara Fernández, penalised, placed in the fourth position.

The New Zealander driver, together with his countryman John Kennard, scores the best time in the Super Special 'Las Palmas de Gran Canaria', the first of the thirteen stages that make up the itinerary of the 47th Rally Islas Canarias. Thousands of passionate fans enjoyed to the full the route through the arena.

The driver from Asturias and his wingman Alberto Iglesias achieved the best results in a session that will establish the start order of the leg which begins this evening with the Super Special Stage 'Las Palmas de Gran Canaria'. The French team Yoann Bonato-Benjamin Boulloud and the Hungarians Miklós Csomós-Attila Nagy finished second and third respectively completing the top three with a difference of just two tenths of a second.