Spectator Information is now available to download below.
Rally cars can do the unexpected so, for your own safety and that of others, please:
- Respect the marshals and follow their instructions
- Observe the colour coded tape and all signage
- Use the natural environment to protect yourself
- Don’t walk on the rally stage
- Stay standing and remain alert
- Remember that alcohol and drugs can impair your responses and threaten your safety
- Spectators who are asked to move and refuse to do so are putting their own safety and that of others at risk. Where this happens, a rally marshal has authority to notify the stage commander that the stage may have to be delayed and the stage commander will immediately take the appropriate action which may include stopping the stage.
2023 RALLY NORTH WALES SPECTATOR INFORMATION
Access to each Spectator Stage costs £10 per car, per location and includes an event programme.
PAYMENT IS CASH ONLY – TICKETS AVAILABLE ON THE GATE ONLY
If you wish to visit another location during the day but return to the same spectator location later in the day, you must ask for a ticket on exit which will allow you re-admittance free of charge.
50% of the car park proceeds are donated to local charitable organisation.
Car parks open approx 2 hours before first car due time.
There is an opportunity to spectate at three locations, each one run twice. Plus the all new Welshpool Town Centre start & finish ceremonies.
Click below to download the spectator information pack.
SS3 & SS6 – BIG RAY
IMPORTANT ACCESS INFORMATION: Due to recent harvesting works in the forests, the access road to the spectator point on this stage is rougher than expected. It is passable, with care in normal cars but we would advise anyone with low or lowered ground clearance to select another stage to view.
- Always keep your own safety in mind
- Follow marshals’ instructions
- Observe and obey all event signs
- Stay within the official spectator areas
- Do not enter any prohibited areas
- Keep off the road
- Expect the unexpected
- Cars may throw up stones
- Cars may overshoot junctions
- Cars may leave the road
- Cars may run wide on corners
- Cars may cut corners