Posted: Wed 11th Jun 2014

Organisers ‘determined to build on the success of last year’ Wales Rally GB details announced.

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Jun 11th, 2014

Organisers of this years Wales Rally GB are promising an even better event than last years highly acclaimed Rally which saw record number attend the stages in north Wales.


Winners podium 2013 Image:

This year’s Wales Rally GB will again be based at the new service park in Deeside

November’s revised route – announced today (11 June) – features a more compact and ‘fan-friendly’ three-day schedule and will be a fitting finale to the season-long FIA World Rally Championship organisers say.

There will be 23 competitive special stages totalling 191.27 miles (307.82 km) and as with 2013 the Rally will be based out of the widely-praised Deeside service park.

The itinerary on both Saturday and Sunday includes a family-friendly RallyFest event designed to provide families and casual rally fans with the opportunity to experience the excitement of world championship.

With building works underway on Conwy Quay, the Thursday evening Ceremonial Start has moved to the Eirias Park Stadium in Colwyn Bay.

Orgainsers say Saturday’s action, 15th November, is closer to Deeside providing easier access for weekend fans travelling from Liverpool, Manchester and the Midlands.

Like last year, the winners will be crowned on Mostyn Street in Llandudno.

Access to both official Start and Finish Ceremonies will be open to the public and free, as is admittance to the Service Park in Deeside.

Ben Taylor, Managing Director of Wales Rally GB:

Wales Rally GB is one of the truly great rounds on the world championship calendar,We are determined to build on the success of last year and ensure that this year’s rally brings the excitement to even more people. The 2014 event has been put together with the interests of both competitors and spectators in mind. We believe that this will provide a challenging test for the drivers and some fantastic viewing opportunities for the fans,”

Welsh Government Minister for the Economy, Science and Transport, Edwina Hart, said:

“We look forward to building on the success of last year’s revitalised event which provided the region with a multi-million pound boost, attracted thousands of spectators and was watched by 600 million viewers world wide. I’m delighted that the return of the Rally to north Wales was such a success with both spectators and competitors alike. 

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Screenshot from 2014-06-11 10:55:21

Thursday 13 November:
18:30 Ceremonial Start: Eirias Park, Colwyn Bay
Overnight Deeside Service Park

Friday 14 November:
07:44 SS1: Gartheiniog 1 (same route as 2013)
08:14 SS2: Dyfi 1 (same route as 2013)
09:26 SS3: Hafren Sweet Lamb 1 (similar to 2012)
09:59 SS4: Maesnant 1 (new stage using parts of 2013 Hafren stage)
11:23 Remote service: Newtown
13:07 SS5: Gartheiniog 2
13:37 SS6: Dyfi 2
14:49 SS7: Hafren Sweet Lamb 2
15:22 SS8: Maesnant 2
18:35 Service: Deeside Service Park
Overnight Deeside Service Park

Saturday 15 November:
07:48 SS9: Clocaenog East 1 (revised route and reversed from 2013)
08:05 SS10: Clocaenog Main 1 (new stage)
09:13 SS11: Aberhirnant 1 (revised route and reverse direction of 2013 Penllyn stage)
10:09 SS12: Dyfnant 1 (reverse direction of 2013)
11:59 SS13: Chirk Castle (same as 2013)
13:32 Service: Deeside Service Park
15:05 SS14: Clocaenog East 2
15:22 SS15: Clocaenog Main 2
16:30 SS16: Aberhirnant 2
17:26 SS17: Dyfnant 2
20:11 Service: Deeside Service Park
Overnight: Deeside Service Park

Sunday 16 November:
08:35 SS18: Brenig 1 (new stage)
09:02 SS19: Alwen 1 (new stage using tracks last used on the 1993 Network Q RAC Rally)
09:57 SS20: Kinmel Park 1 (similar to 2013)
10:05 SS21: Kinmel Park 2
10:55 SS22: Alwen 2
12:00 SS23: Brenig 2 (Power Stage)
13:20 Ceremonial Finish: Mostyn Street, Llandudno.

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