The 2013 Junior World Rally Championship season is the twelfth season of the Junior World Rally Championship, an auto racing championship recognised by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile, running in support of the World Rally Championship. It was previously known as the WRC Academy.
The Junior World Rally Championship is open to drivers under the age of twenty-six. All teams will contest the same six events – with their best five results counting towards their final championship position – in identical Ford Fiesta R2 cars, prepared by M-Sport. Hankook supplies tyres for all competitors.
Pontus Tidemand secured the drivers' championship after winning at the Rallye de France-Alsace.
Teams and driversEdit
The following teams and drivers will take part in the 2013 Junior World Rally Championship season:
|Sander Pärn||100||Sander Pärn||Ken Järveoja||1–6|
|Pontus Tidemand||102||Pontus Tidemand||Ola Fløene||1–6|
|Styllex Motorsport||103||Martin Koči||Petr Starý||1–5|
|Andreas Amberg||104||Andreas Amberg||Mikko Lukka||1–3|
|ACSM Rallye Team||105||José Antonio Suárez||Cándido Carrera||1–6|
|Castrol Ford Team Türkiye||106||Murat Bostancı||Onur Vatansever||1–6|
|Michaël Burri||107||Michaël Burri||Gabin Moreau||1–6|
|Niko-Pekka Nieminen||108||Niko-Pekka Nieminen||Mikael Korhonen||1–2, 4–6|
|Marius Aasen||109||Marius Aasen||Marlene Engan||1–6|
|Yeray Lemes||110||Yeray Lemes||Rogelio Peñate||1–6|
|Pieter-Jan-Michiel Cracco||111||Pieter-Jan-Michiel Cracco||Frederic Miclotte||4|
|Hugo Arellano||112||Hugo Arellano||Gaëtan Houssin||5|