The Andalucia Rally for cars and motorbikes has taken place in May in Andalucia in 2020 and 2021. The Andalucia Rally is the opening event of the FIA World Cup for Cross-Country-Rallies.
Third edition 2022
18 to 23 October 2022
(Rescheduled from May)
Following a hot dry spell in the second half of May, local authorities have raised the level of bush fire alert to its maximum. On the 30-05-2022 the organisors decided and announced that the rally can not take place from 7th to 12th June as planned. This has obliged A.S.O., the FIA, the FIM and the organiser to postpone the Andalucía Rally until the autumn. On the 08-06-2022 the new date of 18th to 23 October 2022 was announced.
The Road to Dakar Challenge T4, open exclusively to pure amateurs who have never taken part in the Dakar (see the conditions of admission in the rules below), will give the best crew registered for the Challenge the opportunity to win a free entry for the 2023 Dakar in the T4 category.
Stage one: La Campiña area in Seville province
Stage 2 Sierra Sur area in Seville province
Stage 3 Antequera are to Valle de Guadalhorse area
Stage 4 Condado are of Huelva
Stage 5 LA Janda area of Cadiz
Second edition 2021
The Rally Andalucía was held for the second time and was part of the FIA World Cup for Cross-Country-Rallies for the first time. It took place from the 12th to 16 May 2021. A total of 1,583 km wasrun over the 5 days. All stages started and ended at the 'bivouac' set up at Hacienda el Rosalejo outside Villamartin, Cadiz Province. Terrain is classified as gravel.
May 11 and 12 was devoted to Shakedown, administrative and technical checks as well as the prologue short stage for all categories. Then, 4 days of competitive stages through the landscape of Cadiz and Seville provinces. The stages were from 200 to 300 km per day. In addition to the few arrows and ribbons distributed along the route, a colored electronic road-book was given to each team.
First edition 2020
Naasser Alattiya of Qatar won the first Andalucia Rally 20120 in a Toyota Hilux in 8hrs 54min 9sec. Carlos Sainz finished 2nd Mini John Cooper Works Buggy in 8hrs 57min 22 sec. 40 cars finished and 6 retired during the race.
Kevin Benavides of Argentina won on a Honda CRF 450 Rally in 10hrs 30min and 51 sec. Adrein Van Beveren of France was second ion a Yamaha WR450F Rally in 10 hrs 38min 33sec. there were 37 finishers.
The categories of the 2022 Andalucía Rally are:
- FIA World Cup T1, T3 and T4
- Open: for cars outside FIA and Dakar regulations
– Moto / Quad: for experienced pilots who are used to rally raids.
– Enduro Cup Moto / Quad: for those who are new to rally raid with a bike of a range of 90 km.
SIDE BY SIDE
- FIM RALLYGP World Championship: - experienced competitors accepted by the FIM Championship Committee. Range of 250 Km.
- FIM RALLY2 World Cup: riders not registered on the RALLYGP Riders list and riding a Rally Motorcycle (up to 450 cc). Range of 250 Km.
- FIM RALLY3 World Cup: riders not registered on the RALLYGP riders list and riding an Enduro motorcycle suitable for rally (up to 450 CC). Range of : 120 Km.
- Quad World Cup: category open to all. Range of 250 Km.
Doñana in 4x4 and Acantilados del Asperillo
In this visit we combine the entrance to the Doñana National Park in 4x4 with the guided tour of El Rocio by a local guide who knows the traditions and culture of the place. We close our experience with a visit to the beautiful beach of the Parador where we will know the geological secrets of the impressive cliffs of Asperillo. This visit also allows us to enjoy the waters of the Atlantic Ocean before returning to Seville.