After two shortest events in croatian rally championship, third will be real rally event. There will be five different stages with total 151.54 kilometers of racing in two days:
1. leg – 09.06.2017
SS1 PBI INA Zagreb 1 (7.68 km) 17:14
SS2 Martin Breg 1 (12.94 km) 18:07
SS3 Martin Breg 2 (12.94 km) 19:40
SS4 PBI INA Zagreb 2 (7.68 km) 20:48
Service A (45min) 21:11
2. leg – 10.06.2017
Service B (15min) 09:01
SS5 Šestine 1 (20.81 km) 09:59
SS6 Laz 1 (10.56 km) 11:17
SS7 Sljeme 1 (23.78 km) 12:10
Service C (30min) 13:35
SS8 Šestine 2 (20.81 km) 14:58
SS9 Laz 2 (10.56 km) 16:16
SS10 Sljeme 2 (23.78 km) 17:09
Service D (10min) 18:12
Event total 151.54 km
Itinerary is maybe little less friendly for spectators, who could see just two stages in one day visit. But two more than 20 kilometers long stages will be real indicators for drivers and cars.
Organizators were also published entry list with five R5 cars. “New” in this specification of rally car is Juraj Šebalj, who will be driving first time Hyundai i20 R5. Because this event counts also for European Rally Trophy, there will be present also some crews from other countries. From Czech Republic are on entry list Ondrej Bisaha (Ford Fiesta R5), Vaclav Dunovsky (Peugeot 208 R2) and Vaclav Stejskal (Renault Clio R3T). From New Zealand is Peter Scharmach (Ford Fiesta R5) and from Poland Adrian Wronkowski (Peugeot 208 R2).
There will be also some slovenian drivers: Rok Turk with Peugeot 208 T16, Grega Premrl with Citroen DS3 R3T, Marko Grossi with Citroen C2 R2 Max and Daniel Trani with Peugeot 206 RC.
For highest places we can find also candidates from croatian rally championship: Viliam Prodan (Peugeot 208 T16), Krisztian Hideg and Janos Szilagyi (both with Lancer Evo IX) and Nenad Lončarić with Subaru Impreza STi.
With competitiors for Bosnia and Herzegovina rally championship and also cup, there are total 56 crews on entry list: