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Because of the uncharacteristically warm winter months, which were the cause of cancellation for the two Latvian Rally Championship rounds, Rally Alūksne and Rally Sarma, the only national championship round taking place in Latvia will be the FIA European Rally Championship round Rally Liepāja, taking place from May 29 to 31, with the route going from Talsi to Liepāja.

On Saturday, January 11, 2020, Latvian Automobile Federation hosted the 2019 Gala, celebrating the champions, achievements, and life-time contribution. Among them all, the best rally of the 2019 was announced – with award being presented to Rally Liepāja.

One-make series for Abarth 124 rally returns in 2020 with six rounds contested alongside the 2020 FIA European Rally Championship. The series will see round-by-round prize fund of €30,000 plus €30,000 for end-of-season winner. Featuring four events on asphalt and two on gravel the Abarth Rally Cup will challenge drivers and their teams.

On Tuesday, November 5, the Latvian government finalized the decision to cover costs associated with the license for organizing FIA European Rally Championship round Rally Liepāja. With that, the Latvian event, which had been preliminarily included in the 2020 calendar, has confirmed its place in the FIA European Rally Championship, with the rally set to take place on May 29-31.

18.10.2019

The FIA European Rally Championship will continue to follow its successful format in 2020 with confirmation of an eight-event schedule including four rounds on asphalt and four on gravel. Made up of the same eight rallies that formed the 2019 calendar, the list of dates for next season has been approved by the FIA Rally Commission and was ratified by the FIA World Motor Sport Council during an electronic vote.

26.05.2019

Rally Liepāja, the third round of the 2019 FIA European Rally Championship, concluded today with stages in Aizpute, Durbe, Priekule, Skrunda, and Vaiņode. Swedish driver Oliver Solberg (Volkswagen Polo GTI R5) won both the overall classification and the ERC1 Junior class. Last year’s European champion Alexey Lukyanuk (Citroen C3 R5) came second, 22.7 seconds behind the winner. Mārtiņš Sesks (Škoda Fabia R5)thrilled the local fans by finishing third overall in his debut in an R5 class car, trailing Solberg by 57.4 seconds.