ODC makes it a point of honor to give priority to Moroccan service providers for the construction and organisation of the event, in order to generate a direct economic return for the regions hosting the Rally, as well as employment:


  • Around 80% of the Rally budget invested in the territories.
  • Over 30 Moroccan companies involved in the bivouacs’ construction (400 people) and their day-to-day management (300 people).
  • Moroccan service providers and contributors integrated into the organisation team (logistics, media, etc.), a growing trend from edition to edition.

In addition, the rally caravan (competitors and their staffs, organisation), which numbers over 1,000 people, will spend a minimum of 10 days in the country (travel, accommodation, catering, shops, etc.).

Each edition gives us the opportunity to showcase local crafts and products, both in images in the various contents produced, and directly through the welcome packs made up of local products given to all participants.

The primary local economic impact of the Rallye du Maroc on the regions concerned, which varies from one event to another depending on the itinerant nature of the Rally, is estimated at around € 2 million.

In addition to the primary local economic impact, the region and the Kingdom of Morocco benefit from secondary spin-offs linked to the Rallye du Maroc’s status as a World Rally Championship event, bringing together motorcycles, quads, SSVs, cars and trucks:

  • Development of the “motor sport” economic activity, from team testing programs to themed tourist activities with the Rally generating many vocations.

In this way, the Rallye du Maroc helps to maintain economic activity and employment in the Moroccan territories, even beyond the event duration and perimeter.