The Midnattssolsrallyt (Midnight Sun Rally) will be back on historic grounds in 2021 and 2022. Start, finish and service area will be at the Gellerasen racetrack, north of the city of Karlskoga.
Most of the preparations of the 2021 rally is already done, and the Gellerasen racetrack will be the central service area as well as start and finish.
In the early -60’s the Gellerasen racetrack were mentioned with the same respect as Monza or Silverstone. In almost every Midnattssolsrallyt from 1955 to 1964 the event had a special stage at the Gellerasen. The tradition continues in the 2021 event, but in a more modern shape with two Super Special Stages at the racetrack, one on Wednesday and one on Friday
As in previous years the rally will be held between Wednesday and Saturday, from July 7th to July 10th, and will have three legs. The race is open to historic rally cars pre 1990 with a maximum of 200 entrants. The 2021 event runs over three legs with approximately 20 Special Stages. The total course is approximately 560 miles (900 kilometers).
Capture: The Midnattssolsrallyt returns to historic grounds. In 2021 and 2022 the event will have the service area, start and finish at the Gellerasen racetrack north of the city of Karlskoga. Amongst other things we will have two Super Special Stages at the track, says Per Carlsson, Midnattssolsrallyt, and Richard Goransson, Manager of Gellerasen Arena.