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RALLY NORTH WALES 2018

Organised by the Wolverhampton & Staffs car club, Rally North Wales which is now in its 60th year signified the beginning of the start in recovery for British gravel rallying, it was the first event to adopt the bold new initiative of the Rally2WD format; which is an attempt to rekindle support  for gravel rallying for both historic and two wheel drive cars. “We are very proud to be the first event in the country to utilise the Rally 2WD event format and we are very excited to see how…

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RALLY NORTH WALES 2017

Rally North Wales as it is currently known as; is Wolverhampton & South Staffs Car Club’s headline event and has always carried the title of its main sponsor, which in 1958 the year of its first inception (six years after the club was formed) was known as the Express & Star. Over the years the event has attracted many big motoring related sponsors such as Good Year Tyres, Castrol Oil and Pace Petroleum to name but a few, however we first started attending the event in the days when it…

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RALLY NORTH WALES 2016

Rally North Wales takes the competitors of the Mintex British Historic Rally Championships (BHRC) and Pirelli MSA Welsh National Rally Championships (WNRC) to Mid Wales for round 2 for some of the iconic stages as used in recent years of Britain’s round of the World Rally Championships (WRC). Wolverhampton & South Staff car club run this compact event (previously known as The Bulldog Rally) based in around the Dyfi Forest complex near Dolgellau, providing approx of 45 gravel stage miles of action across Dyfi & Gartheiniog for this National A &…

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MID WALES STAGES 2015

And so we move to Mid Wales for the second round in the 2015 BHRC & RAC Rally Championships and on to one of our favourite stages in all of the UK, the infamous Pikes Peak & Myherin Stage. “It all started so well with what was reasonable weather for a bit of this old rallying game” It all started off so well with what was reasonable weather for a bit of this old rallying game, the spectators flocked to the twisty uphill climb for the first stage of the…

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