Most pro-level stage rallies you see nowadays take place off the pavement. Many of the World Rally Championship's events are on dirt roads, as are all of the major rallies in North America. Tarmac rallies, on the other hand, take place on nice sticky pavement, meaning more grip, and a lot more speed.
The Rallye de Wallonie, a regional event in Belgium, happened this weekend outside the city of Namur. The stages are full of nothing but gravel and asphalt, and there's barely any runoff.
That didn't stop this group of rally drivers from going flat-out through blind chicanes and cresting hills at fairly absurd speeds. Thanks to all that pavement, cars are able to pick up some real velocity, meaning more g-forces and a lot of faith in the pace notes.
The video below, filmed by YouTube channel , features a whole bunch of rally-ready hatchbacks of all shapes and sizes. And there's even a 911 GT3 for good measure.
Watch for yourself as they take on the stages.