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It’s the fi­nal count­down to the Dayin­sure­wales Rally GB, Bri­tain’s ea­gerly an­tic­i­pated round of the 2016 Fi­a­world Rally Cham­pi­onship.

This month’s award-win­ning event (27-30 Oc­to­ber) is all set to be an un­miss­able thriller.the new date at the end of Oc­to­ber not only prom­ises drier and faster con­di­tions but the route it­self is also the long­est and most chal­leng­ing since the world class event moved to its new home in North­wales.

Tick­ets are al­ready sell­ing fast with fans tak­ing full ad­van­tage of the sig­nif­i­cant dis­counts avail­able for those book­ing right now. Adult prices start from just £20 with ac­com­pa­nied kids aged 15 and un­der ad­mit­ted free – a real boon for those al­ready en­joy­ing half-term.

This year’s stand­out high­lights will in­clude three days of epic ac­tion in the leg­endary­welsh forests, the fam­ily friendly Ral­lyfest, which has now moved to Chol­monde­ley Cas­tle in Cheshire, plus a spe­cial trib­ute to the fear­some Group B gen­er­a­tion of mon­strous rally cars, which were out­lawed ex­actly 30 years ago in 1986.

The first nine rounds of this sea­son’s fiercely foughtwrc pro­duced no fewer than six dif­fer­ent win­ners with Bri­tain’s new hero Kris Meeke tak­ing fa­mous vic­to­ries in both Por­tu­gal and Fin­land.

For more in­for­ma­tion on where to catch the dra­matic WRC ac­tion and how to book dis­counted ad­vance tick­ets, visit the web­site www.walesral­

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