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Exactly one year ahead of the start of the rally, the 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally has received an overwhelming response since outline details of the biennial rally were announced.

At 1500hrs on 25 November 2021, the first competitor will leave the start to head into five days of rallying across England, Scotland and Wales and there is every reason to expect very high demand for entries based on the feedback from the last few days. Read More »

Outline details of the 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally have been announced and planning is underway for another epic stage rallying challenge over five days in November.

The event will run from Thursday 25 to Monday 29 November and rally manager Colin Heppenstall is planning to make the 14th edition of the biennial rally at least as tough as the hugely successful 2019 event. A year on from the 2019 rally and a year ahead of the next edition, Heppenstall has two outline routes under development. Read More »

Welcome to the final Race and Rally – Rally2 Championship Update and points tables after round 5, The Roger Albert Clark Rally.

A gruelling five-day, 300 mile test across three countries were on offer to crews in the main event, whilst Rally 2 crews were able to sample classic Scottish stages with the RAC Clubmans event on Sunday as only that leg would count for points. Read More »

Marty McCormack stamped his name on the winner’s trophy of the gruelling Roger Albert Clark Rally for a third time, as he and co-driver Barney Mitchell stormed to victory at the unique five-day and three country event in their Ford Escort Mk2.

The Draperstown driver added to his 2012 and 2017 victories to emerge from the 300-mile extraordinary rally with a 52 second lead over his nearest rival, winning 17 out of the 32 stages in the process. Read More »

Marty McCormack and Barney Mitchell won the 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally (21-25 November) after a fabulous battle with Jason Pritchard and Phil Clarke on the 13th edition of this unique rally.

During four and a half days, covering 300 stage miles in 31 special stages, McCormack drove faultlessly to take a 52-second victory after over five hours of flat out rallying. Read More »

Draperstown ace Marty McCormack will be on the hunt for his third outright victory at the iconic Roger Albert Clark Rally this week (21-25 November) as he tackles the gruelling five-day event behind the wheel of his Tiger Risk Partners-backed Ford Escort Mk2. 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 »