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WRC Promoter announces new Rally.TV platform for all series

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Rally.TV will be the WRC Promoter (which is basically Red Bull Media House) next venture. When they won the WRC contract, they quickly increased their popularity and launched massive TV projects where rallies can be followed stage by stage together inside cars, interviews, reports, and summaries.

When the same promoter also recruited the FIA European Rally Championship under its umbrella, that series was also quickly included in the WRC+ service – two championships on one subscription. Since late 2020, the FIA World Rallycross Championship has also been run under the same company, something that now means that Rally.TV is started where all three series will be included.

On the new platform, rally and rallycross will be broadcast around the clock, all year round. All series go into the package and form packed weekends with live competitions, then everything can be seen afterward together with magazines, reports, interviews, and summaries. In December, the service launches, and subscribers can buy packages for 2023 and be ready for Rallye Monte Carlo.

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