|1.||Rallye Monte-Carlo||15-19 January|
|2.||Rally Sweden||7-10 February|
|3.||Rally México||7-10 March|
|4.||Rally de Portugal||J||11-14 April|
|5.||Rally Argentina||1-4 May|
|6.||Acropolis Rally of Greece||J||31 May-2 June|
|7.||Rally Italia - Sardegna||20-22 June|
|8.||Rally Finland||J||1-3 August|
|9.||Rallye Deutschland||J||22-25 August|
|10.||Rally Australia||12-15 September|
|11.||Rallye de France - Alsace||J||3-6 October|
|12.||Rally Catalunya Costa Daurada - Rally de España||J||24-27 October|
|13.||Wales Rally GB||14-17 November|
|WRC 2 replaces the former Super 2000 (SWRC) and Production (PWRC) championships • Requirements: All cars must comply with the regulations for Super 2000-Rally, Group R5 & R4 or four-wheel drive Group N cars • A Production Car Cup is awarded to drivers with cars eligible in Class 3 entered in the WRC 2 • WRC 3 is reserved for entrants using 2WD Group R cars.
Each round qualifies. Drivers and team entrants are required to specify whether they wish to nominate an event as a points-scoring round.
WRC 2 points: best 6 results from the first 7 rounds nominated • WRC 3 points: best 5 results from the first 6 rounds nominated.
|J = Junior World Rally Championship qualifying rounds.
J-WRC points: The 5 best results count. Stage points and ’Power Stage’ points, where applicable, may be scored on all 6 events.
For each stage of a Junior WRC Itinerary, one Stage Point will be awarded to the Junior WRC Driver who set the fastest stage time.
|Archive||2012 World Rally Championship||2012 Results|
|Archive||2011 World Rally Championship||2011 Results|