Rally Argentina

The Rally Argentina (Spanish: Rally de Argentina) is an Argentine rally competition that has been a round of the World Rally Championship, the Intercontinental Rally Challenge, the South American Rally Championship and the Argentine Rally Championship. It is held in the area around Villa Carlos Paz in Córdoba Province, on narrow gravel roads best known for their water-splashes.

Rally Argentina
Genremotorsporting event


The rally was first run in 1980, in Tucumán Province and organized by the Automovil Club Argentino. The winners of that first edition were Walter Röhrl and Christian Geistdörfer (Fiat 131 Abarth). In the 1981 season the rally took again place in Tucumán, but in 1982 was not held. In 1983 it was moved to San Carlos de Bariloche, but in 1984 was moved to Córdoba Province, where it has been held ever since.

In the 2006 season, the rally was held on April 28, 2006 through April 30, 2006 as the fifth rally on the World Rally Championship schedule for 2006. In order to attract more spectators, in 2007 one of the sections of the rally was run in Buenos Aires in the River Plate Football Stadium, and another section in the Chateau Carreras Stadium in Córdoba city.

In 2012, the route was expanded to include some 500 km (300 mi) of competitive stages, making it the longest rally in the modern era of the sport.[1] Famous stages include El Condor-Copina and Mina Clavero.

Winners since 1980

Pink background indicates that in that year the rally was not part of WRC calendar.

Season Driver Car Report
2019 Thierry NeuvilleHyundaiReport
2018 Ott TänakToyotaReport
2017 Thierry NeuvilleHyundaiReport
2016 Hayden PaddonHyundaiReport
2015 Kris MeekeCitroënReport
2014 Jari-Matti LatvalaVolkswagenReport
2013 Sébastien LoebCitroënReport
2012 Sébastien LoebCitroënReport
2011 Sébastien LoebCitroënReport
2010 Juho HänninenŠkodaReport
2009 Sébastien LoebCitroënReport
2008 Sébastien LoebCitroënReport
2007 Sébastien LoebCitroënReport
2006 Sébastien LoebCitroënReport
2005 Sébastien LoebCitroënReport
2004 Carlos SainzCitroënReport
2003 Marcus GrönholmPeugeotReport
2002 Carlos SainzFordReport
2001 Colin McRaeFord
2000 Richard BurnsSubaru
1999 Juha KankkunenSubaru
1998 Tommi MäkinenMitsubishi
1997 Tommi MäkinenMitsubishi
1996 Tommi MäkinenMitsubishi
1995 Jorge RecaldeLancia
1994 Didier AuriolToyota
1993 Juha KankkunenToyota
1992 Didier AuriolLancia
1991 Carlos SainzToyota
1990 Miki BiasionLancia
1989 Mikael EricssonLancia
1988 Jorge RecaldeLancia
1987 Miki BiasionLancia
1986 Miki BiasionLancia
1985 Timo SalonenPeugeot
1984 Stig BlomqvistAudi
1983 Hannu MikkolaAudi
1981 Guy FréquelinTalbot
1980 Walter RöhrlFiat

Multiple winners


  1. Watson, Tony; Evans, David (23 December 2011). "The 2012 WRC Rally Argentina will be the longest route in the sport's recent history". Autosport.com. Haymarket Publications. Retrieved 23 December 2011.
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