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The 2017 Roger Albert Clark Rally will be based at Brightwells in Leominster for pre-event documentation and scrutineering as well as service at the end of the event’s inaugural Welsh leg. Read More »

The maximum entry for the Roger Albert Clark Rally has been increased to 120 cars following an overwhelming demand for places on the 10-13 November rally.

When the entry deposit system was announced in mid-February, the plan was to cap the field at 100 cars. However, the response from prospective competitors has far exceeded even the most ambitious expectations and so the rally will now run up to 120 cars. Read More »

rac12 (20)The organisers of the Roger Albert Clark Rally have been amazed at the response to the opening of a deposit system for prospective competitors for the 2017 event (10-13 November).

In just 12 days since the initial announcement, 55 deposits have been placed against the 100 available places on the entry list. With at least five more deposits due in the next 48 hours, there are now just 40 confirmed places left. The organisers plan to accept 120 deposits in total, and those between 101 and 120 will be placed on the reserve list. Read More »

rac14 (58)The organisers of the Roger Albert Clark Rally have created a deposit system for prospective competitors for the 2017 event (10-13 November). The entry for the rally will be capped at 100 cars to help with event logistics.

From 1 March, intending competitors can reserve an entry on the event with a deposit of £300. Read More »

jordan-rac17One historic rally crew will win a free entry for the Roger Albert Clark Rally in a prize presented by regular competitor Barry Jordan and his businesses, Jordan Road Surfacing and BRM Competitions Dept Ltd.

The winning crew in this year’s Northern Historic Rally Championship will receive the award, worth around £3000, in time to compete on the re-launched Roger Albert Clark Rally (10-13 November). The unique prize is one of the biggest in UK stage rallying. Read More »

rac17-previewThe organisers of the Roger Albert Clark Rally have revealed an outline route that includes a leg in Wales as part of a 280-stage mile route for the 10-13 November event.

The Roger Albert Clark Rally Motor Club Ltd has unveiled the most extensive and far-reaching route in the event’s history, starting with around 40 stage miles in Wales on Friday (10 November) from a start venue in the Welsh borders. Read More »

rallyisleofman16-52The 2017 Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship and the 2017 Fuchs Lubricants R.A.C. Historic Asphalt Rally Championship will be unveiled to the public at Autosport International at the Birmingham NEC (12-15 January). Details of the 2017 DMACK Carlisle Stages will also be announced along with early route details of the 2017 Roger Albert Clark Rally. Read More »

The Roger Albert Clark Rally Motor Club Ltd has taken the decision not to organise an alternative event in November 2016.

The response to the initial announcement about a 100-stage mile event took the club by surprise with the amount of positive feedback from more than 50 people who took the time to write in and I would like to thank each and every one of them. All the comments are read to gauge what the feeling is for the future of the Roger Albert Clark Rally. Read More »

Statement from Colin Heppenstall, rally manager:

The Roger Albert Clark Rally Motor Club Ltd and De Lacy Motor Club Ltd are very sad to announce that the 2015 Roger Albert Clark Rally has been cancelled due to the lower than expected level of entries received at the closing date for initial entries.

The event is unique in the motor sport calendar and has run for the past 12 years with varying degrees of success. Read More »

The final route survey for the 12th Roger Albert Clark Rally has just been completed and rally manager Colin Heppenstall reports that the stages are in prime condition ahead of the 27-29 November event.RAC15 prime Read More »