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Posted: Nov 15, 2021 @ 07:48 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 02:38 pm GMT-0600
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After a little bit of speculation within the community that I have seen, I saw an answer today on social media from Kylotonn and figured I would share it:

As Rally Monza was added late in the 2021 WRC Calendar we cannot add it to WRC 10.

This is a bit of a disappointment for many, especially because this same location was missing from WRC 9 (based on 2020) and the location was used as a schedule filler for 2020 as well during the height of the pandemic. While I can understand the difficulties involved in getting something built like this, especially if your company isn’t huge, it’s still a bit sad that the season simulation is incomplete.

Kylotonn did have some other news, updating their roadmap information:
• The November Update will be live on November 25!
• The Teams Online is being delayed to January.
• The January Update will also include preparations for the next #esportsWRC Season.

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