Tickets will be available on Friday at Yorkshire Coast College, and at the West Pier in Scarborough ,or at the Dalby Forest Drive Toll Booth (Thornton Dale end) on Saturday.
The main spectator area will still be the famous Dalby Woodyard, which as last year will see cars coming into view, disappearing for a short while, and then re-appearing to double the enjoyment of the spectators. There will also be another viewing area in Dalby Forest, known as Housedale, about 2 miles away from the Woodyard, which will provide a different place to watch within Dalby Forest.
The exciting news is that the rally is returning to Cropton Forest this year, and spectators will be welcomed in the area near the campsite at Spiers House.
The whole event is running on the Saturday this year, and will see the full range of cars including Historics, Clubmen, BRC Challenge and of course the British Rally Championship event, the Internationals.
The first car will be in Dalby Forest at 7:38am and the action will continue until around 5pm, depending on the number of entries received. Cropton Forest will see cars from 9am to 12:45pm.
Spectator tickets will cost the same as last year, and pre-purchased passes with lanyards’ at only £10 will allow you full access to all the different spectator venues. Tickets sold on the day (£12.50 each) will only be valid for the forest where they were purchased. As usual, children under 16 will be free providing they are accompanied by an adult.
Picture is Copywright 2010 Chris Horner