44. Vodafone Rally de Portugal 2010

WRC #6SWRC #5JWRC #2Portugal #3
26. 5. – 30. 5. 2010, Faro • Automóvel Club de Portugal • gravel 361.18 km • total distance including road sections - 1223.07 km • Other years

Itinerary

5.03 km
27. 5.
08:00
1. leg
SS1
2.21 km
27. 5.
19:29
Service A - Algarve Stadium
28. 5.
08:10
SS2
22.61 km
09:30
SS3
20.71 km
10:18
SS4
22.48 km
11:16
Service B - Algarve Stadium
12:35
SS5
22.61 km
14:10
SS6
20.71 km
14:58
SS7
22.48 km
15:56
Service C - Algarve Stadium
17:00
Leg total 133.81 km
2. leg
Service D - Algarve Stadium
29. 5.
08:10
SS8
26.66 km
09:27
SS9
25.21 km
10:20
Service E - Algarve Stadium
12:35
26.66 km
14:07
25.21 km
15:00
Service F - Algarve Stadium
17:00
Leg total 136.20 km
3. leg
Service G - Algarve Stadium
30. 5.
06:20
21.83 km
06:48
22.65 km
07:40
Service H - Algarve Stadium
09:35
21.83 km
10:48
22.65 km
11:39
Service I - Algarve Stadium
12:53
Leg total 91.17 km
Event total 361.18 km
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