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Spectator tickets unveiled for Roger Albert Clark Rally

[Photo by Roger Albert Clark Rally]

Details of spectator ticketing for the 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally (25-29 November) have been revealed and the booking system has now opened.

Great news for rally fans is that spectators will be admitted to nearly all of the 31 special stages as the rally covers England, Scotland and Wales in the course of five days. With a capacity entry of 150 cars, this year’s edition of the biennial event promises to be the best yet.

The gold standard spectator ticket is the ‘access all area’ pass, which covers all spectator car parks across the five days, service areas, scrutineering and documentation on Thursday (25 November), event programme and access to the full set of special stage maps for a price of £100 per car.

Car parking passes for individual days are priced at £25 per car and include access to the service area on that day. On Thursday there will be two car park locations, on Friday there will be seven car parks, on Saturday there will be three car parks, on Sunday there will be five car parks and on Monday there will be two car parks. The locations and access details for all car parks will soon be published on the event web site. Each day ticket will allow access to all car parks for that day.

The event souvenir programme, running to 68 pages in full colour, is priced at £5 and can be ordered in advance or bought from the rally start at H&H Auctions in Carlisle and at all car parks.

The closing date for ordering tickets is Thursday 18 November. In addition, all passes and programmes will be on sale at H&H Auctions Carlisle from 12noon on Wednesday 24 November.

Full details on how to order spectator tickets are here:

Rally manager Colin Heppenstall said:

“We’re delighted to be able to welcome spectators to the 2021 Roger Albert Clark Rally. We simply ask three things of our spectators: please follow the marshals’ instructions, please take your litter home and please drive carefully and respectfully through the communities that we visit.”

Please follow the event web site for up to date information or Facebook


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