The FIA World Rally Championship-2 or WRC-2 (formerly known as Super 2000 World Rally Championship or S-WRC), is a companion rally series to the World Rally Championship, and is driven on the same stages. WRC-2 is limited to production-based cars homologated under the Super 2000, N4, R5 rules. The series began in 2010 and split the Production World Rally Championship (P-WRC), which was previously open to both Super 2000 and Group N4 cars, into two separate competitions, both of which received their own FIA titles. There was also a World Rally Championship Cup for Teams within the S-WRC but this was discontiniued after 2010.
|2014||Giovanni Bernacchini||Ford Fiesta RRC||Kaj Lindström||Ford Fiesta R5||Mitia Dotta||Ford Fiesta RRC|
|2013||Maciek Baran||Citroen DS3 RRC||Killian Duffy||Ford Fiesta RRC||Kuldar Sikk||Various ‡|
|2012||Emil Axelsson ‡||Proton Satria Neo S2000||Michael Orr||Ford Fiesta RRC||John Kennard||Škoda Fabia S2000|
|2011||Mikko Markkula||Škoda Fabia S2000||Kuldar Sikk||Ford Fiesta S2000||Jan Tománek||Ford Fiesta S2000|
|2010||Alex Haro||Ford Fiesta S2000||Emil Axelsson||Škoda Fabia S2000||Jan Tománek||Ford Fiesta S2000|
- ‡ Yuriy Protasov raced in 3 cars during the 2013 World Rally Championship-2 season: During the first races he raced with Subaru Impreza STi before switching to Ford Fiesta RRC and later to Ford Fiesta R5.
- ‡ Gareth Roberts, co-driver to Craig Breen was killed during a round of the IRC in June 2012. As his replacement Paul Nagle didn't score enough points, Emil Axelsson won the co-driver's title.