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The second day of Vodafone Rally de Portugal takes competitors back to a trio of gravel stages in the Serra do Caldeirão hills, north of Faro.
After leaving the Service Park from 0810hrs, crews will tackle a loop of three speed tests before returning to Faro for a 30-minute service. In the afternoon crews will tackle the same loop before they return to the town for the final overnight halt at 1700hrs after 135km of competition.
Here are the wrc.com stage notes for Saturday’s stages. Under the summaries you’ll find our list of website links to help you follow the rally via our live results service. Continue reading “Vodafone Rally de Portugal stage guides – Saturday”
After a thrilling SSS last night to open the Vodafone Rallye de Portugal, here is the Day One itinerary. For LIVE stage times and news flashes, please click to http://www.wrc.com. SS1: Estadio Algarve 1 – 2,03km – COMPLETED. Service Park SS2: Santa Clara 1 – 22,72km – 09h30 – COMPLETED. SS3: Ourique 1 – 20,21km – 10h18 – COMPLETED. SS4: Silves 1 – 21,36km – 11h16 – COMPLETED. Service Park SS5: Santa Clara 2 – 22,72km – 14h10 SS6: Ourique 2 – 20,21km – 14h58 SS7: Silves 2 – 21,36km – 15h56 Service Park Parc Ferme Continue reading WRC Vodafone Rallye de Portugal: DAY ONE Itinerary