Spectator Information available soon


Crews assemble around the Famers Mart in Dolgellau during the late afternoon (2PM onwards).
Spectators will be able to enter the market on foot during the event but must take extreme care and keep well away from cars and mechanics (spectators are not permitted at scrutineering).

Rally2WD event: First car leaves at 07:30 Gwyndaf Evans Motors, Dolgellau

Rally4WD event: First car leaves at 13:20 Farmers Market, Dolgellau

The first car in the Rally 2WD event will leave the start line on Saturday morning from Gwyndaf Evans Motors in Dolgellau with the rest of the crews flagged away at minute intervals thereafter, introduced by a commentator.
The Rally 4WD event will start from the Farmers Market.

Rally2WD event: First car is due at SS2 08.30 & SS5 11:25

Rally4WD event: First car is due at SS2 14:25 & SS5 16:25

Rally2WD event: First car is due at SS3 08.55 & SS6 11:45

Rally4WD event: First car is due at SS3 14:45 & SS6 16:40

Rally2WD event ONLY – Service Park, the Farmers Mart, Bala Road, Dolgellau – 09:30 – 12:00
Enter on foot from the Bala Road next to Eurospar down the concrete ramp. Please take care and observe the Warning signs. When on site please stand well back from the cars and the Service crews. No access to the far end of the Park beyond the HELP DESK Trailer. Catering facilities and toilets are available. Cars return from the first leg of stages to be readied for the second loop of stages.

Rally4WD event ONLY –Service Park – Corris Craft Centre, Corris, Machynlleth SY20 9RF – 15:20 -16:00
Please take care and observe the Warning signs. When on site please stand well back from the cars and the Service crews. Catering facilities and toilets are available during the day. Cars return from the first leg of stages to be readied for the second loop of stages.

 

Rally2WD event: First car is due at 12:30

Rally4WD event: First car is due at 17:30

Crews who have successfully completed the route will arrive at Gwyndaf Evans Motors to be interviewed and photographed as they cross the finish line. For a few lucky crews they will get the chance to spray the champagne too.