How to follow the Monte Carlo Rally on DirtFish

The 2021 WRC season opener will be filled with action. Here's how to follow it all


Where can you follow the Monte Carlo Rally with DirtFish? Glad you asked, because there are a lot of options.

If you head over to the rally itinerary here, you can see when every stage is during the weekend and key info such as how long it is and where it’s running on the map. At each of those times, you can expect previews of the stages from WRC2 co-driver Alex Kihurani and the top stage times immediately after the finish on Twitter (@DirtFishRally), with full stage reports appearing on the website shortly after.

Any in-stage drama will be reported here first on the website as we speak to the World Rally Championship crews, their team bosses and the rally organizers, and all of our articles will be shared across the official DirtFish social media accounts.

Each day of the rally also features bespoke video content on the DirtFish YouTube channel, starting with onboard footage from pre-event testing (which you can watch below) and being followed by a rally preview, a review of each loop of stages, cuts of the rally action as well as interviews with drivers from the present and the past.

There’s also the opportunity for you to get involved on social media, as our team of journalists pose debate questions on the hot topics of the rally.

Once the action has wrapped up the coverage doesn’t stop there either, with post-event reaction and analysis starting on Sunday and heading into the next week, as well as a long report of the rally, a gallery of the top Monte Carlo Rally images from famed rally photographers McKlein Photographic and important news about the future of the WRC and wider world of rallying.

We’re all set to go for another World Rally Championship season!