Round 1: Myherin/Pikes Peak
Located in mid-Wales, between Llangurig and Aberystwyth, the Myherin venue is the setting for one of the stages of Rally GB, Britain's round of the World Rally Championship. The BCCC course usually uses a mix of the gravel rally tracks mixed with some testing off-road sections.
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Ryan Cooke at Myherin
Radnor can be used in various configurations and it's normally a favourite with the drivers. It's another site that is regularly used for rallying. The forest is located near Monaughty in Wales.
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Andi Skelley at Radnor
Forrest Estate is in South West Scotland to the north of Castle Douglas. It's been a regular feature on the BCCC calendar for many years with the forest offering several different course layouts. Beware of the midges!
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Martin Gould at Forrest Estate
Round 4: CeriCeri is another forest venue, this time to the east of Newtown. It was used for the first time in 2016 with a course that used several sections of fast gravel tracks.
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Phil Ibbotson at Ceri
Round 5: Bovington SouthBovington South is a MoD site usually used for tank driving training so it provides a real test for BCCC crews and their cars. The course has a mix of various road surfaces and terrain. As a live MoD site this venue is not open to spectators.
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Richard Wynne-Williams at Bovington
The season ends with a trip to the old mining site of Walters near Glynneath in South Wales. This venue is used as a test site for rally teams as well as hosting rallies and offroad events.
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Jon Damrel at Walters