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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 »

The 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally has received fabulous support from marshals but more volunteers can be accommodated as planning for the 25-29 November event continues.

With just over six months to go to the start of one of the most eagerly awaited rallies of the year, Rally Manager Colin Heppenstall says that the response from marshals has been outstanding. 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 »

+ 197 entry applications now received
+ Full 150-car entry list published
+ Other entries now on a reserve list

The first provisional entry list for the 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally (25-29 November) has been published after the event organisers received an unrivalled response when entries opened on Friday (30 April). Read More »

+ 180 entry applications received in two hours
+ Clear indication of the demand for UK forest rallying
+ Draft unseeded entry list to be published on Tuesday 4 May

The organisers of the 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally (25-29 November) were completely overwhelmed by the demand for places when the entry list opened at 0900 today (Friday 30 April). Read More »

+ Classic Welsh stages confirmed
+ Entries open at 0900 on Friday 30 April
+ Event regulations now published

The classic Mid-Wales forest special stages of Dyfnant, Gartheiniog and Dyfi will be used on the Roger Albert Clark Rally for the first time this November in the event’s most ambitious Welsh leg to date. Read More »

+ Regulations now available for download
+ Entries will open at 0900 on Friday 30 April
+ Entry capped at 135 cars, including 20 places for foreign crews

The event regulations for the 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally (25-29 November) have been published ahead of the entry list opening at 0900 on Friday 30 April. Read More »

+ Entries will open at 0900 on Friday 30 April
+ Entry capped at 135 cars, including 20 places for foreign crews
+ Event regulations to be published on Sunday 25 April
The organisers of the 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally (25-29 November) are gearing up for a rush of entries when the event entry list is opened at 0900 on Friday 30 April.
With 350 forest stage miles in five days across England, Scotland and Wales, the biennial event will be a massive boost for UK rallying after two years heavily impacted by the COVID pandemic. Teams, engineers, preparers, component suppliers and fuel and tyre companies will all benefit from the event after around 18 months with very little forest rallying in the UK.

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Some of the best-known Welsh forest special stages will be a key part of a major Welsh leg of the 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally (25-29 November).

After three days in the north of England and southern Scotland, the epic five-day rally will move to Wales for Sunday and Monday (28/29 November) and the outline route for Wales has been confirmed to help intending competitors plan logistics and accommodation. Read More »

More route information for the 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally (25-29 November) has been confirmed as organisation pushes ahead for the longest and toughest special stage rally on the UK calendar.

Carlisle has been confirmed as the host city for the event, which will be based at H&H Auctions close to junction 43 of the M6. The rally will be based at H&H until it transfers to Wales on Saturday night. Scrutineering will start at mid-day on Wednesday and continue on Thursday morning. Read More »