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2010 Roger Albert Clark Rally details announced

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Early details for the 2010 Roger Albert Clark Rally have been revealed by organisers for the event that is due to take place 26-29 November.

Colin Heppenstall, rally manager, revealed the date and initial route details for this years event which sees it take place for the seventh time, re-creating the RAC rallies of the 60s and 70s.

Although the start of the rally will not be announced until early June, details of two overnight stops in Carlisle have been revealed.

“We’ll announce the start venue and opening legs when we release the regulations at the Chatsworth Rally Show on 5/6 June,” said Heppenstall. “We’re planning an increase in forest mileage and want to run some longer stages.” Current plans include a 13/14-mile stage in the Ae and Hope House complex and a 20-mile stage in Kielder to finish the rally in style. A long stage in Kershope is likely, as the rally will again spend Sunday and Monday in the Scottish borders and Kielder.

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