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FIA delay leads to concerns over Rally GB future

There are concerns for the future of Britain’s round of the World Rally Championship after the FIA delayed its decision to give this year’s route a green light. The governing body has objected to the use of the Great Orme/Llandudno stage as the bonus point-paying Power Stage on the final day of the October event. Current WRC sporting regulations state the Power Stage should “be representative of the rally.” The FIA feels the all-asphalt Orme and Llandudno town stage fails to meet this criteria. Using Llandudno would bring world championship competition to closed roads in a British town for the first time ever – and deliver significant benefit to Wales. Wales has invested political...
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