After nearly two decades away, the spectacular rally stages in the Arganil Hills region of central Portugal will make a comeback to the country’s WRC round this year.
As part of a route overhaul, Vodafone Rally de Portugal (30 May – 2 June) organisers have confirmed a return to the historic rallying region for three stages; Góis, Lousã and the iconic Arganil that was last included in 2001.
It will be first time the current crop of WRC drivers will compete on the classic gravel roads that were mainstays of the event in the 70s and 80s.
The championship’s seventh round features a number of changes compared to 2018.
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