The WRC will face a long and tough finale when the series heads to Japan in November. Over three days, the all tarmac Rally Japan itinerary consists of over 300km of competitive stages, and on the first day alone, none of the six special stages are under 21km in length. Day one will see stages of 23, 21 and 32 kilometres in length, to be repeated twice, in a Leg 1 distance of over 153km. "In the year 2020, COVID-19 has forced many people’s dreams and hopes in a battle of anxiety and fear around the world," Rally Japan's Koji Takahashi said. "What we can do is to create new expectations and vitality through motorsport. By holding this event, we hope the people who love motorsport come together and focus our energies on delivering the excitement to the people." Rally headquarters will be based in Nagakute City in Aichi, with the event to be held from November 19 to 22 as the final round of the 2020 FIA World Rally Championship.

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