Sunday’s concluding day of the Wales GB Rally on 29 October is set entirely in north Wales. The well-known Brenig and Alwen stages introduced in recent years feature again as well as the Gwydyr Forest in Snowdonia which returns to the route for the first time since 2013. All three stages will be run twice with the second run through Brenig being the event’s concluding ‘Power Stage’, screened live to TV audiences around the globe.
As in 2016, the first half of the Brenig stage is set alongside the picturesque reservoir, however the final few miles have been revised to provide even better viewing areas below the dam and close to the Brenig Visitor Centre for those wishing to witness the gruelling event’s grand finale and TV podium presentations.
Alwen will be the location for Stage 17 (first car due 08:34), Brenig Stage 18 (09:08) and Gwydyr for Stage 19 (10:07); Stage 20 will be a re-run of Alwen at 11:10. After a regroup at Brenig, the final stage (Stage 21 - Power Stage) will then start from here at 12:18. The Ceremonial Finish will be in Llandudno.