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The Roger Albert Clark Rally is set to have its most extensive media coverage so far when the 2019 edition runs from 21 to 25 November.

The current entry list stands at 150 cars for the five-day, 32-stage, 300-stage mile challenge and the level of live and on-event coverage has been significantly increased to meet demand for coverage from all over the world.

As for the 2017 event, Matt Cotton will be reporting live via the event’s Facebook page from a range of locations across five days, including stage starts, stage finishes, controls and service areas. The live feed will be at:

Meanwhile, a new feature for the event will be a live studio-style review programme at the end of each day, taking in action footage from that day’s stages filmed by the team at Special Stage and informed commentary from Paul Woodford and Matt Cotton. It is expected that the programme will start at around 7pm each evening.

The statistics from the 2017 event are impressive, with 150,000 video views, more than 50,000 viewers on some live broadcasts and a post reach of 33,000 across 12,500 followers. It is hoped to improve further on those figures in 2019.

“We want to re-create the period RAC Rally feel of William Woollard reporting on the day’s action,” said rally manager Colin Heppenstall. “The live Facebook coverage last time took the event across the world and allowed everyone to keep up to date. We want to take that to an even wider audience this time around.”

More details about the event can be found at the website:

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