Rally Sweden in 2022
Photo: WRC

The 2022 Rally Sweden (also known as the Swedish Rally) is a motor racing event for rally cars. The event is held over four days between 24 and 27 February 2022. Keep reading this article to know the time, TV, and how to watch guidelines.

Event: Rally Sweden

Stages: 17 stages (264.81km)

Location: Umeå

TV: BT Sport 3

Live Stream: WRC+

Rally Sweden Entry List:

WRC1

M-Sport Ford WRT, Ford Puma Hybrid Rally1:

  • Craig Breen/Paul Nagle, Irland
  • Adrien Fourmaux/Alexandre Coria, Frankrike
  • Gus Greensmith/Jonas Andersson, Storbritannien/Sverige
    Lorenzo Bertelli/Simone Scattolin, Italien

Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT NG, Toyota GR Yaris Rally 1:

  • Takamoto Katsuta/Aaron Johnston, Japan/Irland
  • Elfy Evans/Scott Martin, Storbritannien
  • Kalle Rovanperä/Jonne Halttunen
  • Esapekka Lappi/Janne Ferm, Finland

Hyundai Shell Mobis WRT, Hyundai i20 N Rally 1:

  • Oliver Solberg/Elliott Edmondson, Sverige/Storbritannien
  • Ott Tänak/Martin Järveoja, Estland
  • Thierry Neuville/Martijn Wydaeghe, Belgien

WRC2

Toksport WRT:

Andreas Mikkelsen/Torstein Eriksson, Norge, Skoda Fabia Evo

Toksport WRT2:

Nikolay Gryazin/Konstantin Aleksandrov, Ryssland, Skoda Fabia Evo.

Toksport:

Marco Bulacia/Marcelo Der Ohannesian, Bolivia, Skoda Fabia Evo.

M-Sport Ford WRT:

Jari Huttunen/Mikka Lukka, Finland, Ford Fiesta, Mattias Adielsson/David Arhusiander, Sverige, Ford Fiesta.

ALM Motorsport:

Georg Linnamae/James Morgan, Estland/Storbritannien, Volkswagen Polo GTI.

RC2:

Stig Andervang/Robin Eriksson, Skoda Fabio Evo, Luca Hoelbling/Federico Fiorini, Italien, Hyundai i20 N, Daniel Alonso Villarón/Adrian Péres, Spanien, Citroën C3, Glenn Ström/Pierre Ellison, Sverige, Hyundai i20 N, GNM Sweden AB, Per-Gunnar Andersson/Anders Fredriksson, Ford Fiesta, Tuomas Skatnz/Kari Kallio, Skoda Fabia Evo.

WRC3: TBA

RC4: Isak Reiersen/Johan Johansson, Ford Fiesta.

Rally Sweden Historic

Klass 5 (-1965):

Martin Lindén/Mattias Lago, Team Skogsakarna, Volvo PV 544 Sport, Ted Malm/Katharina Malm, Arlövs MC, Volvo PV 544, Nils Bergqvist/Karl-Erik Magnusson, Västerås MS, Volvo Amazon

Klass 8 (-1975):

Kenth Bååth/Denso Melwinsson, SMK Vingåker/SMK Trollhättan, Volvo 164 E, Johnny Sundström/Anton Sundström, Vara MK, Opel Ascona A, Curt Jonsson/Lars-Erik Henriksson, Tväråns IF/Luleå MS, Volvo 142, Ulf Zetterström/Lars-Gunnar Karlsson, Vallentuna MK, Ford Escort RS 2000

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Klass 9 (-1981):

Stig Roar Holter/Alina Drazkowski, Norge, Volvo 240, Christer Hedlund/Ida Lidebjer Granberg, Lyksele MK/Asarums MS, Ford Escort RS 1800, Anton Mattsson/Erika Eriksson, Umeå AK, Volvo 242, Kjell Fransson/Peter Fansson, Vimmerby MS, Renault A310, Mathias Engh/Andreas Wilhelmsson, Grangärde RRC/Fredriksberg MK, Toyota Starlet, Peter Engström/Jonny Olofsson, NMS Boden/Umeå AK, Ford Escort RS 1800, Jonas Wallén/Mats Jägerhult, Vallentuna MK, Volvo 244, Pelle Palmqvist/TBA, SMK Gävle, Ford Escort RS, Arne Rådström/Thomas Nilsson, MK Ratten/NMS Boden, Volvo 262, Lars Wikman/Lennart Hasselgren, Sandviken MK, Ford Escort.

Klass 10 (-1990):

Ricardo Hillesjö/Petri Väätänen, Haninge MK, Suzuki Swift GTI, Seppo Raittila/Janne Karhunen, Finland, Toyota Corolla GT, Arne Bäckström/Björn Wessel, Haninge MK/Carlstad Rallyclub, Opel Kadett GSI, Anders Söderberg/Lotta Strand, Botkyrka MK/SMK Valdemarsvik, Opel Kadett GSI, Anders Nystedt/Björn Wulff, Vallentuna MK, Opel Kadett GSI 16v, Lar.

Stages:

After Thursday night’s start ceremony in Umeå, Friday’s leg journeys north for two loops of three-speed tests, split by service in the city. First up is Kroksjö, then Kamsjön, the rally’s most northerly stage and the longest of the event at 27.81km, and finally Sävar.

The day ends with the fan-friendly Umeå Sprint, which ends in The Red Barn Arena near the service park. The seven tests total 125.67km – the longest day of the event.

Saturday features two identical loops of three stages which are separated by service. The opener in Brattby is followed by Langed, which is the most southerly of the rally, and then Umeä, an elongated version of the previous night’s sprint stage which again ends in the arena. The six tests cover 82.30km.

Four stages north-west of Umeå form Sunday’s finale. Vindeln and Sarsjöliden are driven twice, with the closing test forming the bonus points-paying Wolf Power Stage. The quartet adds up to 56.84km.

The 17 stages cover 264.81km in a total route of 1223.22km.

When and Where is the 2022 Sweden Rally?

The rally will take place from 24th February, Thursday to 27th February Sunday.

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The event is taking place at the Umeå in Sweden.

Where to Watch the Rally Sweden Online in 2022?

The live stream of the Rally Sweden will be available on BT Sport 3 and on the WRC+ website. The coverage will begin at 6 a.m ET each day. BT Sport also has a TV channel. If you have a cable connection, tune into their TV channel to watch this rally event. If you don’t have a cable TV connection, you can watch through BT Sport’s website.

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