The 2021 edition of Rally Estonia will be a run as a 4-day event, one day longer than in 2020, with Start Podium and SS1 on Thursday evening and Finish on Sunday afternoon.
The basic locations will be the same as in 2020. The Rally HQ will be located in the Estonian National Museum and the Service Park next to it on Raadi airfield. The Start and Finish Podium will be on the airfield as last year.
The rally will comprise of 24 Special Stages with the SS distance of ca 320 km. The overall distance including the road sections will be close to 1300 km. Two Special Stages run on Saturday will be in a new region where Rally Estonia stages have never been driven before. The short Tartu Special Stage will be run again near the Service Park at Raadi on Thursday and Saturday evening, but in opposite direction compared to last year. The Power Stage (ca 7,5 km) will be run at Raadi as well, close to the Service Park, immediately followed by the podium.
No Special Stage will be 100% the same as last year.