After winning three WRC 2 titles in previous years, ŠKODA Motorsport began the 2019 season as part of the new WRC 2 Pro category. This is reserved for works teams, while private teams can compete for titles in WRC 2. This makes the whole RC2 class a bit more diverse and gives more drivers a shot at podium glory.
The WRC 2 Pro titles will go to the team, driver and co-driver who score the highest number of points. Each of the entrants can fight for WRC 2 Pro in a maximum of seven rounds, with the six best results from the first seven events attended counting towards the final standings. Similar rules are in place for customer teams who compete in the ŠKODA FABIA R5 in the WRC 2 category.
Beginning at Rally de Portugal, the ŠKODA Motorsport crews entered the WRC 2 events in the revamped ŠKODA FABIA R5 evo. This model will start being delivered to customer teams as well, from the second half of 2019. The goal is to carry on the extraordinary success achieved by the FABIA R5 from 2015, not only in WRC 2, but also in regional and national championships.
- - January 10 months agoWRC 2 Pro
Rallye Monte CarloMonaco
- - February 10 months agoWRC 2 Pro
- - March 9 months agoWRC 2 Pro
- - March 8 months agoWRC 2 Pro
Tour de CorseFrance
- - April 7 months agoWRC 2 Pro
- - May 7 months agoWRC 2 Pro
- - May - Jun 6 months agoWRC 2 Pro
Rally de PortugalPortugal
- - June 6 months agoWRC 2 Pro
Rally Italia SardegnaItaly
- - August 4 months agoWRC 2 Pro
- - August 3 months agoWRC 2 Pro
- - September 3 months agoWRC 2 Pro
- - October 60 days agoWRC 2 Pro
Wales Rally GBUnited Kingdom
- - October 39 days agoWRC 2 Pro
- - November 18 days agoWRC 2 Pro