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The McRaes are coming to Rallyday
One name, one word means everything to rally fans around the world. McRae.
Rallying’s most famous family has won everything worth winning as well as the hearts of spectators from the earth’s four corners.
Breen brings on the Rallyday Legends
World Rally Championship star Craig Breen will make his Rallyday debut on September 21.
The Irishman, who will drive his own MG Metro 6R4 on September 21, is the first of a host of legends to be named for the Castle Combe event.
Rallyday rewinds to 1983
Hawaiian shirts and shoulder pads at the ready (leg warmers not compulsory), mix tape – complete with Spandau Ballet and Kajagoogoo – sorted and, most importantly, all eyes on Stig and Hannu as they make their Castle Combe debut. That was 1983. And that’s where Rallyday’s headed in September.
Champion, champions and superstars line up at Rallyday
This Saturday’s Rallyday is shaping up to be one of the best in the event’s 18-year history, with British rally heroes David Llewellin, David Bogie and Ryan Champion all confirmed and looking forward to an action-packed day at Castle Combe.
Elfyn looking forward to Rallyday outing
M-Sport World Rally Team driver and last year’s Dayinsure Wales Rally GB winner Elfyn Evans has confirmed his attendance at Rallyday later this month.
A month out and Rallyday’s ready to rock
In one month’s time, Europe’s biggest one-day rally show will be up and running. Here are 10 reasons to look forward to Saturday September 22 and Rallyday. (And they’re in no particular order – they’re all as hugely exciting as the other.)
Rallyday debut for double world champion Biasion
The Italian star, who won both of his drivers’ titles with Lancia, will drive one of the Turin manufacturer’s finest ever rally cars: the Super Delta HF Integrale.
Rallyday continues its unbeatable Clubman commitment
The organisers of Rallyday, Europe’s biggest one-day rally show, will deliver the best possible value for national and grassroots-level competitors at the Castle Combe event in September.
Rallyday and Prestone BRC join forces for a diamond event
No celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Prestone British Rally Championship would be complete without… the Prestone British Rally Championship.
The battle of the British Rally Championship revisited… (sort of)
In a year when Rallyday is celebrating the 60th anniversary of the British Rally Championship, two vital ingredients are needed.
Rally legend Roger Clark remembered at Rallyday
He salvaged British pride; staved off the Swedes; fought the Finns and won at home. Twice. And the British Rally Championship four times.
Roger Clark: two words that mean so much to rally fans throughout Britain
Make a Rallyday date for September 22, 2018
Following a hugely successful Rallyday 2017, the organisers of the Castle Combe event have confirmed next year’s Rallyday will run on September 22.
Rallyday rocks in September sunshine
Thousands of fans turned out to watch some of the world’s fastest drivers and the fastest rally car in history – M-Sport’s Ford Fiesta WRC – put on an unforgettable display on an unforgettable day.
Tom Davis… the local who brings the world to Wiltshire
Tom Davis is the organiser of Rallyday. As a local, Tom watched the event evolve and is now thrilled to be working on Europe’s biggest one-day rally show from the inside.
British Rally Champion Cronin joins stunning Rallyday entry
One week to the day after being crowned British Rally Champion for the third time, Keith Cronin will be back aboard a Ford Fiesta R5 at Saturday’s Rallyday.
Local rally heroes ready to shine on Saturday
Motorsport’s fastest and most famous will descend on Chippenham’s Castle Combe circuit for Rallyday on Saturday and joining them will be some of the south-west’s highest profile drivers.
Rallycross superstar Bakkerud is Rallyday’s latest recruit
Norwegian driver Andreas Bakkerud will drive M-Sport’s Ford Fiesta R5 in a rare rally outing at Saturday’s (September 23) Rallyday at Castle Combe.
Rallyday: the perfect Saturday for rally fans
When Saturday (September 23) comes… Rallyday will be here and Wiltshire’s Castle Combe circuit will echo the beat of the world’s fastest ever rally car.
10 really good reasons to come to Rallyday
There’s no shortage of reasons to attend Rallyday at Castle Combe on September 23. Here are 10 we’ve come up with – and they’re in no particular order!
M-Sport’s 2017 Ford Fiesta WRC confirmed for Rallyday
It’s the news rally fans up and down Britain have been waiting for: a 2017-specification Ford Fiesta WRC will be driven at speed at Rallyday on September 23.
Welsh World Rally Championship wonder Evans returns to Rallyday
Wales’ finest and fastest rally driver Elfyn Evans will make the short trip across the Severn Bridge for Rallyday at Castle Combe on September 23.
Tänak wins in Germany, then signs up for Rallyday
Just hours after winning the latest round of the FIA World Rally Championship – Rallye Deutschland – Estonian star Ott Tänak has confirmed he will attend Rallyday at Castle Combe on September 23.
Rallyday puts Chippenham at the centre of the world in September
The World Rally Championship (WRC) is an annual, 13-stop tour of planet earth, visiting 15 countries and four continents. This September there’s a gap in the calendar and, for rally fans from around the world, that gap will be filled by Chippenham’s Castle Combe race circuit.
Finnish hero Latvala to star at Rallyday
World Rally Championship superstar Jari-Matti Latvala will return to thrill Rallyday fans at Castle Combe on Saturday September 23.
Rallyday: Toivonen’s coming to town
The Toivonen name remains one of the most evocative and emotional names in world rallying – not to mention being one of Finland’s fastest. It’s for that reason that Rallyday is delighted to announce Harri Toivonen’s third visit to September’s Castle Combe event.
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