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Win 2016 Season Pass for WRC+

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The FIA World Rally Championship’s exciting WRC+ interactive digital fan service enters its second full season in 2016 ­– and has a special discount offer for you to follow the drama of the WRC across all 14 rounds, we also have three passes up for grabs in our competition below.

More than 30 stages will be streamed live during 2016 and fans can watch them on demand later if they miss the action. Daily highlights and a comprehensive post-event event report will also be available so there’s no excuse to miss any of the excitement.

Fans can stay up to date during the rally by using the Live Maps feature with real-time GPS tracking, WRC Live radio, minute-by-minute text updates and the fastest results service available including overall, stage and split times.

And don’t forget the dramatic onboard footage, offering a driver’s eye view of the stages via cockpit cameras. WRC+ will have onboards from each WRC car from every stage of every rally. Users have the option to choose from two angles and either single driver or comparison mode.

Thousands of onboard videos are available from the last seasons – even the WRC’s leading drivers use the onboard footage on WRC+ to prepare for forthcoming rallies.

WRC+ is accessible via website or the official WRC app (Android and iOS) across computer, smart phone or tablet, meaning fans can stay in touch with all the action and the latest news whenever, wherever and however they choose.

In the 14-event season 2016 WRC+ subscribers will receive an additional event for no extra costs – and you can take advantage of our special Season Opening Offer.

Just sign up now at with the promotion code WRC2016 and you will get the full 2016 season at 20% off!

Win a FREE season pass to WRC+

We have Three FREE season passes for WRC+ to give away, all you have to do to enter is answer the simple question below. (HINT: if you are unsure of the answer you can check here)

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Competition closes Midnight 5 February 2016

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