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Agreement reached for rallying to continue in Wales until 2023

An agreement has been reached between Motorsport UK and Natural Resources Wales (NRW) to allow competitive four-wheeled rallying to continue on NRW-managed land until 2023. Wales has played host to Britain's round of the World Rally Championship since 2000, whilst grassroots rallying has been held in NRW managed forests for many decades and will continue to do so under this new agreement. 'We are delighted to announce a new agreement with Natural Resources Wales which will allow rallying to take place in the Welsh forests for at least the next three years,' commented Motorsport UK CEO, Hugh Chambers. 'Rallying is an important discipline for Motorsport UK, and Wales offers the perfect...
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