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    Roger Albert Clark Rally 21st to 25th November 2019

    http://racrmc.org/roger-albert-clark-rally/index

    Now settled in it's bi-annual format looks like being another cracker. Longer section in Wales this time followed by the cars being transported up to the borders for runs in the Keilder complex and Sth West Scotland. Sadly no Yorkshire again but other than that really looking forward to this one as usual

    Provisional entry list here:

    https://www.rallies.info/webentry/20...ies.php?type=u

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    Looking forward to it; will probably go to Radnor & Epynt. Then do Sunday & Monday; may give the Saturday a miss.

    I'm not optimistic about Yorkshire ever being available; the Trackrod, Riponian & Malton I think are the only events allowed in the Yorkshire forests; which is pretty sad. How many events have been lost from Yorkshire?

    Is there a better sound than that of Porsche engined Flat-6 ???

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    Regards forest events back in the good old days the season kicked off with the Mintex/National Breakdown then we had the Riponian however that only moved into the woods in the mid 90s. Then there was the Quip/North Humberside which was a round of the BTRDA. Then a bit of gap to the York National which was an ANCRO/National Championship round then possibly the RAC. Usually a couple of more "clubby" events like the Crystal/David Brown and even the Dalby rallysprint later on. You are right there are far fewer allocations but also far fewer woods as we have lost the classics like Wykeham and its famous bowl amphitheatre and several others. As the woods on the eastern side fall within the National Park there is a lot of environmental pressure as well as the use by the mountainbikers and go-apers.

    I think we were lucky to have the event on our doorstep in the early days however tend to agree that its unlikely to be back anytime soon

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