Saudi driver Rakan Al-Rashed kicks off his new 2023 season by competing in the WRC World Rally Championship. Run as many rounds as you can to gain value and achieve friction with world champions.
Al-Rashed said: “The WRC championship requires concentration and high physical fitness, despite the short distances. However, if you don’t pay attention to a single moment, it could cost you your elimination from the competition, but I’m looking forward to gaining experience in the upcoming competitions. “
Al-Rashed is competing in the championship with Australian co-driver Dale Mascott sitting next to him in the Rally2 category in his Skoda fabia rs rally 2, where Al-Rashed is the only Arab driver to have competed in the world’s most powerful rally championship. , as he will start his championship career starting with the Swedish Snow Rally next February 9-12, which is the second round of the World Rally Championship, hoping to increase his technical expertise through contact with the world championship’s biggest drivers , as well as develop their technical characteristics and experience in participation in major international forums.
Rally driver Rakan Al-Rashed has previously competed in snow rallies, in particular the snowy Rally Lapland, one of the stages of the Finnish Rally Championship, during which he achieved the best results and is looking forward to continuing his outstanding performances on snow tracks.
The championship calendar consists of 13 stages, starting with the Monte Carlo Rally, which took place between January 19-22, and the third stage will be held in Mexico between March 16-19 next year, so the championship will return to Europe again, starting from the fourth round, which will be held in Croatia from 20 to 23 April next year.