The Tour de Corse has attracted more entries than any other World Rally Championship event for four years, since their own event in 2015.
And this year no national category non-homologated cars are on the list.
With only two world championship entries from both Citroen and M-Sport there are 10 championship World Rally Cars, but there are also four privateer World Rally Cars (two old Citroens and two Fiestas) as well.
There are two WRC2 Pro entries (Rovanpera’s Skoda and Pieniazek’s Ford), 16 WRC2 amateurs, three R-GT cars (an Abarth 124, a Porsche 911 and a Porsche 997), while 13 Junior WRC cars have been entered.
Among the privateer entries, there are four R1 cars.
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