The 2024 EKO Rally Acropolis has announced the route for this year’s race, according to reports at TO VIMA, and will reverse the order of the route in comparison to 2023.

In what is considered to be one of the classic events of the annual FIA World Rally Championship, a global motor racing event, the  is around 307 km long.

This year, the ceremonial start to the race will happen in the central Greece region of Lamia on Thursday evening, September 5 at 19:00.

Participants will travel through the Sterea Ellada (south-central mainland) region of Greece to the Peloponnese, through the Attica prefecture, and back to  the city of Lamia, which is the reverse order of 2023.

The award ceremony will be held on Sunday, Sept. 8 in Lamia in the afternoon.

This year is the 52nd round of the FIA World Rally Championship, which is organized by the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) and WRC Promoter GmbH.

Cars must compete in cars complying with Rally1- to Rally5 regulation but only Rally1 cars will score points in the championship.

The 2024 season is planned to have 13 rounds, held in Europe, Africa, South America and Asia.

The EKO Rally Acropolis is the 10th round of the race, which will ultimately conclude this year in late November in Japan.

The Acropolis Rally has been the focal point for motor sports racing in Greece for more than half a century.