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+ Revised stage route for Monday’s leg
+ Elite sporting event status to help overseas crews
+ Capacity entry with reserves

The route for the final day of the 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally (25-29 November) has been amended and will now take in two 10-mile stages in Crychan, two seven-mile stages in Walters Arena and a new three-mile stage. Read More »

+ Draw for 50% refund of entry fee
+ Discounted entry fee offer ends on 30 June
+ First reserve moves up to entry list

With a capacity entry of 150 and a maximum permitted 45 reserves, the Roger Albert Clark Rally is approaching an important date in the entry process. Read More »

The biannual epic Roger Albert Clark was the longest, in terms of stage mileage, for its 13th edition. It’s overall stage mileage was just shy of 300 miles and was longer than Wales Rally GB. The opening pair of stages in Radnor were extreme due to fog and the 2nd stage was cancelled early on. The stage was then stopped after just over 20 cars in the main field following a fire and incident involving Alan Walker & John Connor, (Escort MkII). Whilst attending to the fire a following car unfortunately ran over Walker’s foot, requiring the paramedics to attend the scene. Read More »

The 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally (21-25 November) will be the best yet as a record entry tackles the 13th edition of this unique rally.

The 2019 event features more days, more stage miles and more competitors and has drawn its most competitive field ever, with at least six serious victory contenders and more than another dozen major contenders. Read More »

The Herefordshire town of Leominster is gearing up for the start of the Roger Albert Clark Rally when the longest and toughest special stage rally in Great Britain starts from the town on Thursday (21 November).

Over 130 cars from across the UK and Europe will gather at Brightwells on the edge of the town ahead of five days of timed competition on the forest tracks of Wales, Northumberland and southern Scotland before the rally finishes in Carlisle on Monday afternoon (25 November). Read More »

A final call has been issued for marshals for the 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally, Britain’s longest special stage rally, which runs from November 21-25.

The event organisers are still recruiting volunteers for a diverse range of roles as the rally covers 32 special stages across five days in Wales, Northumberland, Southern Scotland and Kielder. Plans are in place for all volunteers to receive a Roger Albert Clark Rally fleece as a thank you for their support. Read More »

Spectator tickets are now on sale for the Roger Albert Clark Rally, which will feature a record entry of up to 150 cars when it runs from 21 to 25 November.

The five-day, 32-stage, 300-stage mile event has generated unprecedented competitor support and many spectators are expected to watch the event as it covers forest special stages in Wales, the north of England and the south of Scotland. Read More »

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. Read More »

The Roger Albert Clark Rally is set to have the biggest entry of any UK rally this year after a capacity entry of 165 plus nine reserves was confirmed when the second phase of the entry process closed last night.

A field of 165 cars will start the five-day, 32-stage, 300-stage mile challenge, which will run from 21 to 25 November 2019. It is a record entry for the rally, which first ran in 2004, and is expected to be easily the biggest UK stage rally entry of the year. Read More »

The number of confirmed entries for the 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally has now gone past the 100-mark as the next entry deadline approaches on 30 April.

A record-breaking total of 193 deposits have been lodged for the 21-25 November event and prospective competitors are now required to pay a further amount of £500 and complete the entry form in order to retain their place on the list. Read More »