Roger Albert Clark Rally
When16 - 19 November 2007 (4 days) 


A change of start venue to the city of Leeds brings the event back to one of the more traditional start venues of the RAC Rallies of days gone by.  The whole purpose of the event, since it’s inception, has been to re-create the atmosphere and of these classic events of the 60’s and 70’s, and it has quickly become the event to compete, watch and marshal on since those heady days.

Starting with signing on and documentation at Elland Road in Leeds on Friday the 16th  November, the event starts for real on the following morning with a lovely special stage through nearby local Temple Newsam, which has been designed to appeal to competitors and spectators alike. The event then winds its way through the classic Yorkshire forests, before crossing the Pennines to Carlisle via one stage in the Lake District. From there to the finish two days later the event will be based in Carlisle for better access to the Scottish and Keilder forest complexes, before the finish in the afternoon of Monday 19th November.