The 2020 FIA World Rally Championship season got underway in January with Rally Monte Carlo which was won by Hyundai Motorsports Thierry Neuville taking victory. In Rally Sweden it was Elfyn Evans’ turn to take victory for Toyota Gazoo Racing.
In March we headed to Mexico which was won by Toyota Gazoo Racing’s Sebastien Ogier. Mexico was the final rally before the global COVID 19 pandemic hit the world and while it continues the WRC were able to safely get back on track in Estonia in September, an event that was won by Hyundai Motorsports Ott Tanak who was joined on the podium by his team mate Craig Breen who gave Hyundai a 1-2 finish.
Elfyn Evans took his second victory of the season in Turkey in September coming home just ahead of Thierry Neuville and Sebastian Loeb who came home in third place for Hyundai Motorsports.
In Italy, Dani Sordo took victory for Hyundai Motorsports just ahead of his team mate Thierry Neuville and Toyota Gazoo Racing’s Sebastien Ogier.
In the season ending ACI Rally Monza, Sebastien Ogier took victory and in doing so ensured that he claimed the 2020 FIA World Rally Championship from Elfyn Evans by eight points.
The 2021 FIA World Rally Championship is due to get underway from January 21-24 in Monte Carlo.