Denbighshire County Council is gearing up to welcome the sights and sounds of rally cars as the Dayinsure Wales Rally GB returns to the county for the third year running.
Two of the stages of this year’s Rally of Legends – the penultimate round of the FIA World Rally Championship, will be staged in the Clocaenog Forest on Sunday morning, October 30th.
Rally cars will be visiting Ruthin on Thursday 27th and Sunday 30th of October 2016 for servicing and refuelling purposes.
As a result, the car park on Park Road, Ruthin will be closed to the public, except permit holders from Wednesday October 26th 2016 to Sunday October 30th 2016 at 5pm.
Permit holders will be permitted to use the car park outside the following hours; Wednesday October 26th 6pm to 3pm Thursday October 27th 2016 and Saturday October 29th 3pm to 3pm Sunday October 30th 2016. On Sunday, 30th October , rally cars will refuel between 8.30am and 2pm.
Leader of Denbighshire, Councillor Hugh Evans OBE said:
“We are delighted to see the return of Wales Rally GB to the county.
“The commitment of Wales Rally GB organisers to return shows that Denbighshire and North Wales as a region is a great place to host major events of this kind. It is one of the key highlights of rallying calendar with thousands of spectators visiting the stages to see the action and others taking to the streets to show their support to passing vehicles.
“We have a wealth of fantastic scenery and forest locations that are ideal for the sport and we are delighted to be working with organisers to help facilitate another successful event in Denbighshire”.
Dayinsure Wales Rally GB comes to the historic town of Ruthin on Sunday, 30thOctober. Live coverage of the Brenig Stage will also be screened at Park Road car park on Sunday, 30 October. The live broadcast begins at 9am , cars are expected to arrive in Ruthin at 9.50am, the refuelling will be completed by 12.15pm and the live broadcast comes to an end at 1pm.
For further information about the rally can be found on Wales Rally GB’s website