It will include assistance with flights, hotels and logistics with full details published at www.yaltarally.com on or before 5 August. Alternatively email Kostyantyn Bevz, Managing Director, Chervonenko Racing, email@example.com.
The asphalt rally takes place in Ukraine’s spectacular Crimea region in the picturesque Black Sea resort of Yalta and proved a hugely popular addition to the IRC schedule in 2011.
Juho Hänninen and Mikko Markkula, in a factory ŠKODA Fabia S2000, won the event ahead of the Peugeot France-backed 207 Super 2000 of Bryan Bouffier and Xavier Panseri. Jan Kopecký and Petr Starý finished third in another factory Fabia with Andreas Mikkelsen and Ola Fløene, who would go on to win the IRC crown for ŠKODA UK Motorsport, claiming fourth overall.
Prior to the Prime Yalta Rally, the next stop on the IRC schedule is Barum Czech Rally Zlín from 31 August-2 September.