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The WRC's second rally since the COVID-19 break will see a reduced Rally of Turkey route, with just 25km of stages on the opening day.
Scheduled for September 18 to 20, the rally will be 95km shorter than it was in 2019, with 12 special stages covering a competitive distance of 223km.
Normally WRC rounds must be at least 300km in length, but in June the FIA announced that shorter events would be allowed in 2020, due to the Coronavirus pandemic effects.
The pre-event shakedown will be held on Friday morning, before the opening stages in the afternoon.
On Saturday, a 32km stage will be held twice, while a monster 38km test will feature twice on Sunday, meaning that Turkey's typically rough and rugged stages are still likely to have a profound affect on the results.
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