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The provisional entry list for November’s Roger Albert Clark Rally has been unveiled and features a total of 186 entries. The rally runs from November 23 to 27, covering around 350 stage miles in the forests of England, Scotland and Wales.

The entry list is made up of 180 accepted entries plus six reserves as an outstanding demand for entries on the five-day rally ensured that every available place was taken by an entry with a full deposit paid. However, entries remain open and any more that are received will be added to the existing reserve list. Read More »


Entries for the 2023 Roger Albert Clark Rally will open on Wednesday 1 March, with a new system designed to remove the initial rush for places and reward those who have supported the event over previous years.

The event regulations are due to be published on Saturday 18 February and entries will open 11 days later at 6pm on March 1. This year, there will not be a time pressure on placing entries. Competitors will have until March 19 to complete the on-line entry form and pay a deposit of £1000. Read More »

The provisional route for this year’s Roger Albert Clark Rally has been revealed with the event starting in Carmarthen and finishing in Carlisle five days later.

The November 23-27 event will feature as many as 150 special stage miles not previously used on the rally, as it ventures into new regions of Wales and further into south-west Scotland than ever before. Read More »

A detailed route outline for this year’s Roger Albert Clark Rally will be unveiled at the annual RACRMC awards night on February 4.
Rally manager Colin Heppenstall plans to detail the route for the November 23-27 event, including overnight halts, key service areas and start and finish venues, and will make the announcement during the awards’ night when the prizes from the 2022 British Historic Rally Championship are presented.

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The countdown to the 2023 Roger Albert Clark Rally has begun with one year to go until the rally runs from November 23 to November 27, 2023. Read More »

The date for the next edition of the Roger Albert Clark Rally has been confirmed as Thursday 23 to Monday 27 November 2023.

Rally manager Colin Heppenstall has announced that the next edition will cover a full five days of forest rallying, with stages planned in England, Scotland and Wales for what will be the 20th anniversary edition of the longest and toughest special stage rally in the UK. Read More »

The biannual epic that is the Raoger Albert Clark Rally saw a superb event with twists and turns throughout. Just over a week before it started 2019 winner Marty McCormack withdrew due to business commitments. On the opening stage Jason Pritchard & Phil Clarke (Escort MkII) were joint fastest, with Paul Barrett & Gordon Noble (Escort MkII), before going fastest on stage 2. They then held the lead through the opening night and the crazy Friday in Kielder, which saw Storm Arwen play havoc with the event. Several crews, many marshals and some fans were all left trapped by fallen trees and frozen conditions. Those that did get back to their digs also had the variable of power cuts which would take over a week to fully resolve. Read More »

Osian Pryce will bounce straight back from finishing runner-up in the British Rally Championship by aiming for victory on the Roger Albert Clark Rally.

This year’s five-day and 351 stage mile event will be the longest special stage rally in Great Britain for 30 years (since the 1991 Lombard RAC Rally in fact) and Osian will contest the event for the first time in a RallyXtreme Ford Escort Mk2.

He gave the car a shakedown run on the recent Rallynuts Stages and finished ninth overall and won the historic class by 38 seconds. Read More »

• NET-HERO carbon offset rally team to set a green standard in UK’s forests
• In a rallying first, entire team movements will be carbon neutral, blazing a trail for rallying to follow

The entire NET-HERO Rally Team of driver Tony Jardine and co-driver Allan Harryman’s car, plus all its support vehicles, including team travel emissions, will be carbon neutral for the biggest rally of 2021, the Roger Albert Clark Rally. Read More »

The 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally (25-29 November) will have extensive media coverage, with considerable emphasis placed on live broadcasts to capture the action, drama and unique atmosphere of this epic rally.

For anyone following the rally, whether it is from the forests and service areas or from the armchair at home, as it covers England, Scotland and Wales there are lots of ways to keep up with the rally over five days of flat-out competition. Read More »