The Trackrod Rally returns to Filey this weekend. On Friday evening at 6pm the ceremonial start will take place on Filey seafront. The drivers will then be flagged away by the Mayor of Filey at 7pm. Rally fans can take photographs with the cars, get autographs and speak with the crews before the event. The cars then travel to Dalby Forest for what is described as ‘eleven blistering miles’ in the Forest.
On Saturday, after twenty-two stage miles and forty road miles the cars will arrive at Filey Brigg Country Park to service the cars. They will then return to the Forest for a further twenty-two miles of competitive action before returning to Filey from around 3pm for the finish.
The two-day event, which is the fourth round of the British Rally Championship, is a points scoring round for the British Historic Championship and BTRDA series.
Trackrod Rally Yorkshire comprises of four separate sections, running concurrently with one another
TRACKROD RALLY YORKSHIRE comprising round four of the UK’s premier rally series.
TRACKROD HISTORIC CUP comprising the Fuchs Lubricants Motorsport UK British Historic Rally Championship and Northern Historic Gravel Rally Championship, open to cars built between 1967 and 1990. This events take place on the Friday night and Saturday.
TRACKROD FOREST STAGES comprising the final round of the MRF BTRDA Rally Series, Motorsport UK 2020 English Rally Championship and various local championships, open to any car. This event takes place on the Saturday only and follows the same route as the Historic event.
TRACKROD LANDROVER CHALLENGE open to the Armed Forces and Landrovers. This event runs at the end of the rally and follows the same route as the Historic Competitors on Friday and Saturday.