While the Coronavirus pandemic has affected the rally racing world deeply, with several big events of the year either canceled or postponed, we might still get a chance to race. Here’s a list of the 2020 rally racing season events open to the amateur riders that are still being held:

Europe

The biggest hub of rally racing events, Europe refuses to give up. Here are the two biggest European rally events that will take place this fall:

Hellas Rally

Hellas Rally was supposed to take place in Greece this May, however, the event has been postponed and moved to October. Organizers are working hard to redesign the tracks, and competitors are still invited to register. This is a seven-day roadbook navigation rally race with a static bivouac open to bikes from 250 to 1200 CC.

What's Left of the 2020 Rally Racing Season

Date: October 11 – 17

Location: Greece
Entry Fee € 800

Bivouac: same throughout the race

Registration: open

Iberian Rally

A similar event to Hellas, the Iberian Rally promises varied Portuguese terrain. Open to pros and amateurs alike, Iberian Rally is a serious challenge; right days of racing is no joke, so if you’re looking for a test of endurance, Iberian is for you.

2020 rally racing season

Date November 7th-15th

Location: Portugal
Entry Fee: € 800

Bivouac: same throughout the race

Registration: open

North Africa: Panafrica Rally

Although getting into Africa might be a little tricky right now, the organizers of Panafrica Rally promise the event will take place. Recently, there seems to be a rift growing within the organization, but the official news is that Panafrica will go ahead as planned. This is the most affordable and amateur-friendly desert rally race, so if you’ve always dreamed about racing around Merzouga, this is your chance.

What's Left of the 2020 Rally Racing Season

Date September 26 – October 3

Location Morocco
Entry Fee € 1950

Bivouac: same throughout the race

Registration: open

North America: Baja Rally

If you’re based in the US, Mexico, or Canada, Baja Rally is the perfect event as it’s happening right here in Baja California. 5 days of racing with roadbook navigation, over a thousand kilometers of special stages, and the thrill of a Dakar-inspired race: according to Scotty Breauxman, organizer of Baja Rally, it’s an amateur-friendly event open to riders who want to test their mojo in a traditional rally setting.

What's Left of the 2020 Rally Racing Season

Date: September 28-October 3

Location: Baja California, Mexico
Entry Fee: $2,450

Bivouac: moving

Registration: open

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