2010 Rally Bulgaria

The Rally Bulgaria 2010 ( Bulgarian Рали България 2010, officially 41st Rally Bulgaria) was the 7th round of the World Rally Championship in 2010.

The absorbed into the World Rally Championship calendar in 2010, in September 2009 event was previously held as a round of the FIA European Rally Championship several times and found in the year for the first time as the running of the World Rally Championship. It was conducted from 9 to 11 July 2010 in southeastern Bulgaria. At this event, the third of six races in the Rally World Youth Championship ( JWRC ) 2010 belonged.

Routing and conditions

The paddock was established in Borovets, where the ceremonial start took place. The stages consisted largely of narrow, winding, paved mountain roads. Thirteen of the fourteen planned stages were started in and around the winter sports resort in the Rila Mountains. The 24.86 km long special stage 7 had to be canceled for safety reasons due to large crowds. The total length including liaison stages was 1223.07 km and ended up at this rally at the finish line in Borovets.


The rally ended with a quadruple victory of Citroën. The reigning World Champion Sébastien Loeb Citroën C4 WRC scored his fourth win of the season and the 58th victory of his career. Second team-mate Dani Sordo finished the race, followed by the privateer Petter Solberg. The driver of the Citroën Junior Team Sébastien Ogier was fourth overall. This was the first brand to quadruple victory since the Safari Rally in the World Rally Championship in 1993.

Twenty-seven of forty launched vehicles crossed the finish line. The former Formula 1 World Champion Kimi Raikkonen finished in eleventh place in the overall standings.

Results of the points placed


Stages with bests