Rally Islas Canarias 2023
May 4 – May 6 all-day

The 47th Rally Islas Canarias take place between 4-6 May 2023.

The FIA ​​World Motor Sport Council has confirmed the calendar of the FIA ​​European Rally Championship (FIA ERC) for the 2023 season. This new chapter in the context of the continental event will again feature the Rally Islas Canarias, which for the eighth consecutive edition -which adds to which it celebrated since 1982- will continue to be part of the European championship, at least, until 2024, after signing a new agreement for two seasons.

This will be the second of an FIA European Rally Championship that will add new stages. The 47th Rally Islas Canarias will be the first stop on asphalt, a situation that mirrors recent chapters of the European calendar.


A total of 13 special tests and close to 200 km timed. The #GranCanaria Stadium and the Gran Canaria Arena remain as the headquarters of this international event.

On Thursday, May 4 the Qualifying Stage from midday, to continue at night with a new super special in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

On Friday, May 5. The first stage hosts three special tests that will be repeated twice. They have distances between 10 and 20 km, to complete a day with just over 90 km of timed route.

The second and final stage, on Saturday May 6, appears, a priori, as the toughest. At least it will be in terms of mileage since it will be the longest with close to 100 km against the clock. Three other special tests, to be repeated twice as the previous day, make up the group of sections for this day, one of them close to 30 km.