From Thursday 11 November
You can see rally cars literally fly in Wales this November when the FIA World Rally Championship reaches its climax on the 4-day Wales Rally GB which starts in Cardiff on Thursday 11 November.
From Friday 12 through to Sunday 14, the 90 plus professional and amateur rally teams race against the clock in ‘special stages’ over closed Forestry Commission and remote military roads in Mid and South Wales before the winners and this seasons World Champions reach the Podium - adjacent to The Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay - on Sunday afternoon.
To get your pass for all the ‘special stages’, go to Wales Rally GB - buy tickets, or call +44 (0)844 8472251.
Day Passes start at £20 for adults. Tickets for children aged 9-15 are just £1. And Children under eight go free. Access to the Cardiff Bay Service Area is free for everyone!
The 2 special stages in Cardiff Bay run along the coastal barrage are perfect if you’re planning to bring the family and for newcomers to rallying.
If you’re a bit more adventurous, head to the more remote special stages in Mid and South Wales, which you can find via your rally planner which is part of the ticket information package and official programme.
And if you want to get up close to the amazing 300-horsepower cars, star drivers and their back-up teams, head to the Roald Dhal Plas each evening from Thursday onwards.
For more information on the event, route and service areas, and to buy passes, go to Wales Rally GB.
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