eSports WRC Championship 2022 Round 7 using Rally Japan stages from WRC 10 The Official Game.
Top sim racing talent from around the world compete for glory. WRC eSports rivals and former world champions Sami-Joe and Nexl battle with consistent points scorers Izamusing and Botti Jr along with new star of 2022, Kazunakota from Japan who won Monte-Carlo and Sweden. Plenty of action behind the leading drivers with many close battles for championship points.
The 2 stages used for the eSports WRC Round 6 Rally Japan were:
Shitara Reverse (22.63km)
Read our News Story about Rally Japan eSports WRC on the official WRC website: https://www.wrc.com/en/news/2022/esports-wrc/sami-joe-extends-winning-streak/
2022 Drivers Leaderboard : https://www.wrc.com/en/more/gaming/st…
Next event is Rally Portugal on the 13th to 16th of May 2022. Get practicing now! Upload your 5 best times during the contest dates to compete with WRC 10 players around the world for the 2022 eSports WRC Championship and get your name on the global leader board.
eSports WRC 2022 Season is open to all drivers using the WRC 10 The Official Game, available on PC, PlayStation, Xbox. The new NIntendo Switch version is now available, but does not feature participation in the eSports, but you can still practice the exact same stages used in the eSports challenges even in portable handheld mode.
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WRC is the FIA World Rally Championship, a tough motorsport using rally cars on real roads around the world. Watch the best rally drivers flat out on gravel and asphalt roads with mud, rain, dust, ice and heat. Power slides, drifts, big jumps, watersplashes, handbrake turns, hairpin bends, lucky escapes, big moments or a massive crash. Rally requires maximum attack and careful tactics to become world rally champion.
Rally drivers take turns to complete closed road “special stages” as quickly as possible, setting off a few minutes apart. A co-driver reads pace notes to describe the hazards ahead. The same rally car is used to travel to each stage on public roads following normal traffic regulations. The crew which completes all the stages in the shortest time is the rally winner. WRC is administered by the FIA Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile FIA, motorsport’s world governing body.
Some of the world’s greatest drivers have won the FIA World Rally Championship for Drivers : Colin McRae, Carlos Sainz, Walter Röhrl, Stig Blomqvist, Petter Solberg, Ott Tänak. Champions from Finland are Juha Kankkunen, Tommi Mäkinen, Ari Vatanen, Marcus Grönholm and Hannu Mikkola. French rally drivers have dominated 8 times with Sébastien Ogier, and 9 times with Sébastien Loeb. Famous motorsport drivers have attempted WRC like Robert Kubica and Kimi Räikkönen from F1 and Ken Block from Rallycross.
Car companies compete for the prestigious FIA World Rally Championship for Manufacturers. The 1980’s featured the iconic Group B rally cars like the Lancia 037 and Delta S4, Peugeot 205 T16, MG Metro 6R4, Ford RS200 and Audi Quattro.
Japan dominated the 1990s with the Mitsubishi Lancer, Subaru Impreza, and Toyota Celica and Toyota Corolla. Citroen and Volkswagen became champions in the 2000s along with M-Sport team using the Ford Focus and Ford Fiesta. Toyota returned to the WRC in 2017 with the Toyota Yaris WRC, winning in 2018 and 2021. Hyundai won in 2019 and 2020 with the Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC. Find out about the latest winners and champions at https://www.wrc.com