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Spectator information for the 2017 Roger Albert Clark Rally has been announced, with extensive access for fans across most of the special stages on the 10-13 November rally.

With over 100 entries confirmed, including at least 15 from mainland Europe, the event is shaping up to be one of the most talked-about rallies on the year. Competitors will tackle 300 stage miles in Wales, England and Scotland, taking in many classic forest special stages. Final times for the special stages will be published on the event website: http://www.racrally.org

Spectator tickets are now available for advance purchase. The final date for ordering tickets is Friday 3 November and all passes will be despatched by Saturday 4 November.

Access All Areas Pass
The ‘Access All Areas’ pass is valid right through the event from Friday 10 November to Monday 13 November, giving access to all special stages as well as scrutineering and documentation on Thursday 9 November. It offers access to all car parks and the service areas each day for a total price of £80 per car.

The ‘access all areas’ package includes: event programme, two Personal IDs including two passes for Shelsley Walsh, two rally lanyards, rally sticker, full stage maps and entry list.

Friday 10 November
Passes for Friday are broken down into two types, the Shelsley Walsh pass and the Welsh Forest pass.

The Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb Pass admits to the event start, two special stages (both up and down the classic hill climb course), management service of the cars in the paddock area, merchandise stands, catering facilities and toilets. Entry is £5 per person and a wrist band will be issued to allow access to all spectator areas of the site. Children under 15 are free.

The Welsh Forest Pass incorporates access to the Radnor stage (three car park locations) and the Epynt stage (one car park). The Welsh Forest Pass is £20 per car.

Saturday 11 November
The Kielder Saturday Day Pass is £25 per car and can be used for all stages, including: Shepherdshield (one car park), Whitehill (one car park), Roughside (one car park) and Harwood (two car parks). The Kielder Greenside Service Area is free access.

Sunday 12 November
The Scotland Sunday Day Pass is £25 per car and can be used for all stages, including: Greskine (one car park), Ae East (two car parks), Twiglees (one car park), Castle O’er (one car park), and Craik (one car park). The Lockerbie Lorry Park Service Area is free access.

Monday 13 November
The Kielder Monday Day Pass is £20 per car and can be used for all stages, including: Newcastleton (one car park), Caplestone Fell (three car parks) and Falstone (two car parks).

Spectator programmes
TRMG is producing a 68-page full-colour souvenir programme which will be available from the start at Brightwells Auctions, Leominster and at every car park for £5. Programmes can be pre ordered for £7.50 including postage and packing.

How to buy tickets
Cheques should be made payable to Roger Albert Clark Rally Motor Club Ltd and sent to:

R.A.C. Rally
Spectator Packs
2 Monroe Avenue
Lindsayfield
East Kilbride
G75 8WA

Credit Card Payments can be taken prior to the event by e-mailing r.a.c.rally@btinternet.com. There will be a charge of £2 for this service.

All passes will be on sale at Brightwells Auctions in Leominster from 12noon on Wednesday 8 November. Payment for all car parks can be made on the relevant car park gate in cash only.

Tickets will be dispatched on Saturday 4 November 2017. No tickets will be posted out after this date; tickets can then only be purchased from Brightwells Auctions in Leominster or the car parks on route.

No refunds will be issued for any stages that are cancelled, whether in advance or on the day. Refunds equivalent to the price of the ticket and booking fees but excluding postage, will only be issued if the entire event is cancelled.

Should you require any advice about ticketing or information about the delivery of your tickets please email r.a.c.rally@btinternet.com

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