Legend Fires North West Stages Rally

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Legend Fires North West Stages Rally

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Rally Overview

In 2019, the Legend Fires North West Stages was only the second car rally in England to take advantage of updated Road Traffic Act legislation which allows Councils to close public roads for motor sport events. Due to Covid restrictions the rally did not run in either 2020 or 2021 but came back in 2022 even bigger and better.

The 2024 event will take place on  for the 22nd and 23rd March with documentation and ceremonial start in Garstang Town centre on Friday 22nd and the competitive stages on Saturday 23rd.

Following its huge success in 2019 and 2022, this year’s event has been invited to be the opening round of both the Probite British Rally Championship and the Motorsport UK Protyre Asphalt Championship, raising the event profile to an even higher level and attracting top drivers from all over the UK and Ireland.

The rally offers a real challenge to the competitor, an action-packed day for spectators and raises a significant amount of money for a number of charities.

The rally is run with the full support and agreement of Wyre, Lancaster, Ribble Valley and Preston City Councils, Lancashire Highways, the emergency services and the governing body for four-wheel motorsport in the UK, “Motorsport UK”.

Motorsport should and can create a positive impact and the organisers are committed to mitigating the environmental impact from our activities and are engaging with local councils to financially support local projects. 

The Legend Fires North West Stages brings hi-tech motorsport right into the heart of the North West’s population, injecting many 1000s of pounds into the local economy and attracting a spectator footfall envied by many other events.

To summarise

  • Approximately 60 closed road special stage miles in a 140-mile total route
  • Five different closed road stages based in the Wyre, Ribble Valley and Preston districts
  • Ceremonial start in Garstang Town Centre
  • Scrutineering, Start, Central servicing and Rally HQ based at Myerscough College
  • Spectator viewing areas on four closed road stages 
  • Fundraising for nominated charities
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