WALES RALLY GB is under way. If you’re keen to catch the conclusion of the world rally championship on TV, the good news is that both live and edited shows will be screened on no fewer than four channels in Britain. Official info:
BT Sport will air daily highlights plus live coverage of Sunday’s concluding iRobot Brenig power stage. The station is also following the fortunes of the former England cricketer Graeme Swann each evening and will screen an hour-long documentary of his exploits after the event. ITV4 and Motors TV will both be screening daily highlights, and the Welsh-language station S4C’s dedicated motor sport programme Ralio will be broadcasting daily. Ralio will also be showing the power stage ‘as live’ later on Sunday afternoon.
Wales Rally GB ticket info
Bobble hats and vacuum flasks at the ready: don’t forget you can still get tickets to catch the muddy action at the stages themselves via the official walesrallygb.com website or the ticket hotline on 0844 847 2251. RallyFest tickets (£25 for adults) – which must be bought in advance – can be booked up to midnight on the preceding evening via the same two outlets.
Wales Rally GB schedule
Friday, November 14
07:30 1st car leaves Service Park (Deeside) 09:44 Gartheiniog (Stage 1) 10:14 Dyfi (Stage 2) 11:24 Hafren Sweet Lamb (Stage 3) 11:58 Maesnant (Stage 4) 15:02 1st car arrives in Service Park (Deeside)
Saturday, November 15
09:00 1st car leaves Service Park (Deeside) 09:57 Clocaenog East (Stage 9) 10:13 Clocaenog Main (Stage 10) 11:23 Aberhirnant (Stage 11) 12:15 Dyfnant (Stage 12) 14:05 Chirk Castle (Stage 13) 15:08 1st car arrives in Service Park (Deeside)
Sunday, November 16
11:00 1st car leaves Service Park (Deeside) 12:03 Kinmel Park 1 (Stage 20) 12:12 Kinmel Park 2 (Stage 21) 12:59 Alwen (Stage 22) 13:38 iRobot Brenig (Stage 23) 14:57 Ceremonial Finish – Mostyn Street, Llandudno