WRC+ (also known as WRC plus) is the official premium media service provider of the FIA World Rally Championship, provided by WRC Promoter GmbH, distributed digitally on connected TVs, smartphones, tablets and on its website.
It is available globally and offers a subscription streaming service, with live coverage of every event in the World Rally Championship series, along with real-time GPS tracking, on-board video of each rally and 2.5 hours of video highlights. at the request of each rally. event. Four languages are available for comments.
Since 2014, the WRC+ subscription OTT service provided a couple of live stages per event, including the Power Stage at the end of each rally. With the introduction of WRC+ ALL Live in 2018, for the first time in the championship's history, each special stage of each round was shown as it happened, allowing fans to follow the FIA World Rally Championship much better. in 2018. The first rally that all stages were broadcast live at Rally Monte Carlo on January 25, 2018.
WRC plus service plans are divided into two price levels; the lower one includes limited access to live coverage and the higher one allows access to all live coverage produced during the rally event. Both are available on a monthly or yearly basis.
On January 19, 2019, WRC+ ALL LIVE, launched live coverage with live commentary in Spanish for all live stages. German and Japanese were available from the 2021 Rally Croatia.