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Marshal registration for the 2017 Roger Albert Clark Rally is now well underway and the event organisers are seeking volunteers for a wide range of duties as the route covers 300 competitive stage miles in four days from Friday 10 November to Monday 13 November.

The confirmed route will make the Roger Albert Clark the longest special stage rally in Britain for 22 years. Not since the 1995 Network Q RAC Rally, which featured 317 stage miles, has a UK special stage rally taken in 300 stage miles.

The 32-special stage four-day rally will feature legs in Wales, Kielder and Scotland from November 10-13. The breakdown of competitive mileage in the event includes 44 miles in Wales on Friday, 95 miles in Southern Kielder on Saturday, 94 miles in Scotland on Sunday and a final leg of 68 miles in the central block of Kielder on Monday morning.

As well as stage marshals, the event will need radio crews, stage start and finish crews, passage control marshals and service area teams. Anyone interested in registering for any role with the rally is asked to contact the event staffing officer Joy Hewson via e-mail to More details are at

Rally manager Colin Heppenstall said: “We have an incredible route and an overwhelming response from competitors. Now we want to attract as many marshals as possible to be a key part of what it going to be a truly memorable event. We will welcome anyone who is able to help in any way.”

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