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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 »

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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 »

The event regulations and entry forms for the 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally have been published. This is the catalyst for payment of the next instalment of the entry fee for the 165 crews who currently have reserved places for the 21-25 November event. Read More »

The organisers of the 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally have now received 184 entry deposits as interest in the event continues unabated.

To cope with demand, the entry total has been extended to 160 cars as well as 10 reserves for the five-day, 32-stage, 300-stage mile challenge, which will run from 21 to 25 November 2019. Read More »

A drive to recruit marshals for the 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally is underway ahead of Britain’s longest special stage rally (November 21-25).

The event organisers are aiming to recruit a wide range of volunteers for a diverse range of roles as the rally covers 32 special stages across five days in Wales, Northumberland, Southern Scotland and Kielder. Read More »

The unveiling of the route for the 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally at Autosport International (10-13 January) met with widespread approval from competitors, fans and officials alike.

Rally manager Colin Heppenstall, from the Roger Albert Clark Rally Motor Club, took the wraps off a five-day, 32-stage, 300-stage mile route for the 13th edition of the rally on 21 to 25 November 2019. The route has created a real buzz across the rallying fraternity and the RACRMC stand at the NEC was a hive of activity as the team dealt with a constant stream of visitors. Read More »

The wraps have come off the route for the 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally, with full details of the 32 special stages planned over five days of rallying when the 13th edition of the rally runs from 21 to 25 November 2019.

With 300 gravel special stage miles across Wales, Northumberland and Southern Scotland, the 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally will be the longest and toughest UK special stage rally for more than two decades. Read More »

The Roger Albert Clark Rally Motor Club will officially unveil its 2019 programme at Autosport International at the Birmingham NEC (10-13 January).

There will be five major elements to the Club’s 2019 rallying programme and more details about all of them will be available from stand 3725 at the NEC. On hand throughout the show will be Colin and Nicola Heppenstall as well as eligibility scrutineer John Cooper. Read More »

Overseas interest is building for the 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally and up to 20 foreign crews are expected to contest the November 21-25 event. Read More »

Category 1 historic cars and all up to 1600cc entries will run at the head of the field on the 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally. Read More »