Wales Rally GB

Rally of Legends

13-16 November 2014

The final round of the FIA World Rally Championship

Hafren

The Hafren stage has reverted back to a separate stage this year after joining up with the Sweet Lamb stage in 2012. At around 35km, it is the first and longest stage of the day so could play a major part over its two runs in the outcome of the event. It is characterised by very long corners and at its highest point passes close to the source of the River Severn.

Directions

From the South and Midlands: Travelling along the A44, turn off the Llanidloes bypass and travel towards the town centre. Pick up the B4518 and head north-west out of Llanidloes on the B4518 for two miles. Turn left (signposted Clywedog Reservoir) and follow the road alongside the reservoir for approximately six miles. The road is narrow and twisty with some steep sections so please drive carefully. Please also respect the homes of local residents by keeping noise down on the route.

From North Wales: Follow the A470 to Llanbrynmair. Take the B4518 south for 13 miles. Turn right (signposted Clywedog Reservoir) and follow the road alongside the reservoir for approximately six miles. The road is narrow and twisty with some steep sections so please drive carefully. Please also respect the homes of local residents by keeping noise down on the route.

Car Park F satellite navigation co-ordinates: N52 48.961 W3 66.878

Car Park

Opens at midnight on Thursday 14th November.

Consisting of a gravel track, the car park gives access to two viewing areas. Viewing area 1 is located approx 200m from the head of the car park on a slight downhill gravel track with a walking time of about 5 minutes. Viewing area 2 is about 1 mile from the head of the car park on a steep uphill gravel track, about a 30 minute walk. There are no handrails and the viewing areas will be signposted from the car park.

Stage Viewing

The rally route is the same as in 2012, fast and flowing with many long bends. Viewing area 1 is at a fast downhill approach to a very sharp hairpin at a junction with some cover from trees on sloping ground. Viewing area 2 is on sloped grassed exposed, open moorland with good distant views of the cars as they approach. Spectators will be able to move between the viewing areas.

Facilities

There will be toilets and catering at this location.

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