6 Jul, 08:55
Sébastien Ogier repelled team-mate Andreas Mikkelsen's fierce challenge to secure his second consecutive LOTOS Rally Poland victory yesterday and net his fifth FIA World Rally Championship success in seven rounds.
From all directions: Take the A44 to Ponterwyd and then the A4120 south to Devils Bridge. Turn left alongside the Hafod Hotel onto the B4574. The entrance to the car park will be on your left after approximately two miles - near the historic stone "Arch".
Car Park H Sat Nav coordinates: N52° 21.848 W3° 48.875
Opens at midnight on Thursday 14th November
The surface in the car park is a gravel track which extends slightly uphill for 300m to the stage from the head of the car park (approx 5 minute walk).
There are three legs to this car park all of which feed onto the stage and are linked together by a 1km long walkway which joins all the legs together. Each leg will be filled first before opening a further part of the car park.
A 1km long walkway will link together all three branches of the car park and the viewing areas will be signposted so spectators can choose from the many different vantage points.
The twisty and narrow parts of the stage have limited distance viewing although in some places it is possible to see across corners. The open clear felled area is on open hillside at an altitude of 5oom so is liable to misty conditions - there is no tree cover here. The stage terrain is a mix of flat grassed areas and raised slope grassed areas,
There will be toilets and catering at this location.