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Competitors on the Trackrod Rally Yorkshire (September 29/30) will enjoy one of the highest percentages of single usage rallying on a UK forest event in 2017.

The route for Saturday’s Trackrod Forest Stages, for contenders in the RAVENOL BTRDA Rally Series and the Maxxis MSA English Rally Championship, contains no double-usage of forest roads as the event covers 45 miles of stages in the famous Yorkshire forests.

Meanwhile, the Trackrod Historic Cup will start with a 10-mile stage in the darkness of Friday evening before following the same 45-mile route on Saturday. This year’s rally will be based in the historic East Coast town of Filey with the two-day event finishing with a ceremonial awards presentation during Saturday afternoon.

Scrutineering will take place in Filey with Rally HQ and documentation located at the Evron Centre. The Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship cars will start late on Friday afternoon for a challenging forest stage in the Dalby complex.

On Saturday morning, the historic section of the field will be joined by competitors from the Trackrod Forest Stages for two sets of two different stages with central servicing, concluding with a final 10-mile stage.

Clerk of the Course Rod Parkin, from the organising Trackrod Motor Club, said: “Double usage of forest stages is common nowadays, but we remain committed to delivering the best roads possible for our competitors. I’m delighted to confirm that, once again, there will be no double use during Saturday as competitors tackle 45 miles of prime Yorkshire forest stages.”

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