WRGB National

Dayinsure Wales Rally GB

Rally of Legends

4-7 October 2018

The penultimate round of the FIA World Rally Championship
  • "Absolutely love Rally Wales GB, brought my girlfriend along for the first time last year and now she's hooked too!" Mr R, spectator
  • "World class event right on the doorstep. Well organised. Safe." Mr H, spectator
  • "We LOOOOOOOVEEEE Wales Rally GB, really! Great scenery, good organisation, wonderful tracks." Mr D, spectator
  • "We came as a family for my father's birthday. To be honest I wasn't expecting it to be as exciting as it was and even my teenage daughters really enjoyed it!" Mrs L, spectator
  • "One word - AWESOME" Mr N, spectator
  • "FANTASTIC day out for all the family whatever the weather." Mr G, spectator

WRGB National Rally

The 2018 itinerary will include a lengthened WRGB National Rally which will run to a longer two-day format and will include all of the special stages on both Friday and Saturday. The National winners will be crowned on their return to the busy WRGB Rally Village late on Saturday afternoon.
Friday's schedule switches to north Wales, with sections of closed road helping to create new challenges in the classic Brenig, Alwen and Penmachno forests. Friday also sees the introduction of a new double-header stage at Slate Mountain, home to Zip World.

A gruelling 'Super Saturday' schedule will move the battle-ground to mid Wales and the legendary forests such as Myherin, Sweet Lamb, Hafren, Dyfi and Gartheiniog. These forests offer plenty of capacity for the large numbers of spectators that will be drawn by the latest generation of WRC cars and the presence of two proven British winners - Evans and Kris Meeke.

As in 2017, those amateur crews wanting to compete in the full four-day WRC event will be able to do so in non-homologated machinery. Visit the Competitors WRC Rally page for more details.


Updated 27 April 2018