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For the second successive year, the final round of the FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) will take drivers to India. The headquarters of this rally is situated in the city of Chikmagalur, in the foothills of the world-famous Western Ghats. This round takes place on the tracks of local coffee plantations and will once again see big crowds turning out, particularly to support local drivers.

Surfaces are a mixture of gravel and dirt, and even at this time of year temperatures which often go over 30°C will add to the challenges for both drivers and cars. It is always a bright and colourful event and a fitting climax to the APRC season.

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