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The FIA Junior World Rally Championship (JWRC) serves as an invaluable platform for up-and-coming rally talents worldwide. Showcasing their prowess in identical one-litre EcoBoost Ford Fiesta Rally3 cars, crafted by M-Sport Poland, young drivers unleash their potential. These Rally3 cars, fitted exclusively with Pirelli tyres and Wolf Lubricants, ensure a level playing field for all competitors.

Operated by M-Sport Poland, the championship features five events with diverse surfaces, coinciding with the European rounds of the prestigious World Rally Championship (WRC) calendar. Points are allocated to the top ten finishers, with extra recognition for stage victories. The championship standings consider the best four performances, with the season finale offering double points to seasoned contenders.

In 2024, the JWRC witnessed its largest line-up in two decades, boasting an impressive 19 crews at the season opener in Rally Sweden. This edition marked a historic milestone as drivers from every continent participated in the field, representing 21 nationalities, reflecting the global appeal of the sport.

The winner of the JWRC series receives a life-changing prize, consisting of an arrive and drive package to contest in four European rounds of the FIA WRC piloting the Ford Fiesta Rally2 car, which shows the progression through the rally pyramid at M-Sport. The champion will also have the option to compete in two additional European rounds at a subsidised rate.

Noteworthy alumni of the FIA Junior WRC include rallying legends such as Sébastien Loeb, Dani Sordo, Sébastien Ogier, Craig Breen, and Elfyn Evans, all of whom ascended to the pinnacle of the sport. Reigning JWRC Champion William Creighton and co-driver Liam Regan clinched the title in 2023, joining the esteemed ranks of past champions.

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Michał Moździerz at

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