Five-time FIA World Rally Champion Sébastien Ogier is tearing up the tracks again this season, winning 3 out of the 4 events so far along with co-driver, Julien Ingrassia. It will be exciting to see if the Frenchman continues his historic run on top through the rest of the season’s 13 events, or whether he winds down and allows the competition to catch up. Regardless, it’s a great time to be a fan of rallying.

Historically, it has been difficult for rallying fans to find good coverage of events as they run quite long, the sport hasn’t achieved mainstream popularity in many countries, and the expense and technical difficulty of covering every section of the routes has proven challenging.

Yet, this year that has all changed. The unveiling of WRC Promoter’s WRC All Live service (which those with a  WRC+ subscription can upgrade to) has given World Rally Championship fans a reason to rejoice.

WRC All Live streams over 25 consecutive hours of live coverage during event weekends, including–for the first time in WRC history–the special stage from every round, utilizing a production team of nearly 100 people using state-of-the-art cameras, drones, helicopters, and other cutting-edge technology.

WRC All Live is available for 89.99 euros a month for an annual subscription, or 8.99 euros a month if you opt for a monthly subscription. The service offers support for just about all devices, including PCs and Macs, Android and iOS smartphones, tablets, and many smart tv platforms.

For casual fans, the basic version of WRC+–offering just two live stages per rally–is available for 4.99 euros a month, or 49.99 for 12 months.

Perhaps the best feature of both of these services is that there are no geographical restrictions, so subscribers can live stream all 13 annual World Rally Championship events from anywhere in the world.

For those who like to watch WRC without the funds or desire to invest in the WRC All Live service, but want to know where to find coverage and highlights on television, here’s a quick list of which networks broadcast and stream the World Rally Championship around the world.

If you don’t see your country listed here, the official World Rally Championship website has a more extensive list of WRC broadcasters around the globe for you to browse through.

Since the WRC All Live and WRC+ services do not have regional restrictions and can be used anywhere in the world, few people will need a VPN to stream World Rally Championship events, though there are a couple of instances where using a VPN might be beneficial:

  • Your school or employer blocks streaming services or heavily restricts bandwidth.
  • You spend a lot of time on public WiFi networks that don’t allow live streaming, cap your bandwidth, or may be populated with cybercriminals hoping to exploit your personal data.

If either of these situations applies to you, subscribing to a VPN service that routes your internet connection through servers across the world and encrypts your data will improve your WRC event streaming experience and overall internet use by:

  • Allowing you to bypass school or business censors and limits on bandwidth.
  • Anonymizing your internet connection, preventing hackers from accessing your personal data while you’re using public networks.
  1. Purchase a VPN from a high-rated provider. Free VPNs usually don’t allow for decent streaming speeds.
  2. Download and install the VPN client on your computer, or the mobile device best equipped for streaming live video.
  3. Clear your web browser’s cache.
  4. Connect to a server. Since the WRC streaming service we are looking to connect to has no region lock, just choose the one closest to you as it will be the fastest.
  5. Head to the WRC website, or open the WRC+ app and enjoy a live stream of an ongoing event without being blocked or having your bandwidth capped by your university or employer.

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