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Exactly one year ahead of the start of the rally, the 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally has received an overwhelming response since outline details of the biennial rally were announced.

At 1500hrs on 25 November 2021, the first competitor will leave the start to head into five days of rallying across England, Scotland and Wales and there is every reason to expect very high demand for entries based on the feedback from the last few days.

The event will run from Thursday 25 to Monday 29 November and rally manager Colin Heppenstall is planning to make the 14th edition of the biennial rally at least as tough as the hugely successful 2019 event. Heppenstall is currently working on two separate routes depending on forestry allocations and will not be able to announce final details until early spring. At that point, entries will open for the rally.

“Since we announced outline details of the rally, we’ve been inundated with prospective competitors wanting to place a deposit to secure their place,” said Heppenstall. “However, we will not take any entries until we have confirmed the route and we will give everyone plenty of advance warning before we start accepting entries.”

Heppenstall also says that the response from organisers, marshals and spectators has been hugely positive. “We’ve had enquiries on behalf of one or two notable names, so we’ll just have to see how those plans develop!”

The event regulations will be published with a maximum entry of only 105 cars plus up to 20 foreign crews and a further 10 reserves. Entries will be taken on a first come, first served basis with an initial deposit payment of £1,000. While the main focus of the event is historic rally cars, two-wheel-drive cars of any age also have an important part in the concurrent Open Rally.

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