Unlike most years there will not be an individual host club; instead the event will be managed centrally with different member clubs supporting the seven disciplines over the weekend. The event director will be ALRC Chairman, Paul Barton.
Clubs have been recruited to run most of the events with the current exception of the key Comp Safari and Cross Country Vehicle Trial competitions, which remain to be confirmed.
Entries opened for the rally on December 16th, you can access the booking form and conditions of entry at - alrc.co.uk/NationalRallies/2014/booking_start.html
There is also a new family-orientated trophy at this year’s event to encourage family team participation across three key National events; Bike trial, Tyro and either RTVT or CCVT. You can see the rules and scoring system at - alrc.co.uk/NationalRallies/2014/A_new_family_orientated_National_trophy.pdf
For all other info regarding the national rally including supplementary regulations please visit - alrc.co.uk/NationalRallies/2014/2014index.html