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Autumn wouldn’t be autumn without Rallyday and we’re delighted to confirm a September date for Europe’s biggest single-day rally show in 2021.

And, being 2021, there’s an awful lot to talk about.

The Rallyday 2021 headlines will be a celebration and commemoration of three of British rallying’s most celebrated seasons – and two of those came in 1981.

In the World Rally Championship Ari Vatanen and David Richards were crowned winners in their David Sutton-run, Rothmans-backed Ford Escort RS1800. A month or so earlier, Jimmy McRae and Ian Grindrod celebrated a maiden British Rally Championship title in their Opel Ascona 400.

And yes, we’re aware that Ari Vatanen might be a little more Finnish than he is British, but we also know that everybody coming to Rallyday supports the man who invented sideways like he’s one of our own.

The other championship success is, of course, Richard Burns and Robert Reid winning the 2001 World Rally Championship.

Rallyday will place those three magnificent moments at the heart of next year’s event. As well as the cars, we will bring together the best collection of stories from around those times from many of those involved.

Rallyday organiser Tom Davis said: “To be able to put together a day involving the best of those three championships is really something special for us. Remembering those great days from 20 and 40 years ago will help to make the 2021 Rallyday one to remember.

“But beyond those celebrations, we’re working closely with M-Sport, with Prodrive and, of course, BGMsport to make sure we have the best and most relevant rally cars out there on display and being driven – and being driven in the spirit in which they were made.

“Last time out we ran the Rally Legends stage which was an absolute highlight – that will be back with refinements and improvements to make it an even bigger hit and we’ll have the usual clubman packages available to make Rallyday an unmissable day’s entertainment whatever your involvement in the sport.”

As well as the on-track action, Rallyday will deliver plenty of shopping opportunities where you can buy anything from a ratchet strap to a trailer – and even a rally car that you can ratchet strap to your trailer.

“The last year has been pretty miserable regardless of where you’ve been in the world,” continued Davis, “but starting to plan events like Rallyday has brought a real ray of sunshine into this corner of Wiltshire.

“We know rally fans have had it tough and we’re determined to give everybody something to smile about with an absolutely amazing show on a September date which sits well away from any round of the World Rally Championship.”





PRESS RELEASE 24th September 2018


Rallyday took some of the rarest cars in the sport’s history and put World Rally Champions and heroes behind the wheel to make Saturday’s event one of the most spectacular in its 19-year history.

With Group 4, Group B and Group A machinery worth in excess of £10m in attendance at Castle Combe, rally fans were treated to an extraordinary display of cars which surprised even the likes of Hyundai Motorsport WRC star Craig Breen and 1994 world champion Didier Auriol.

Having arrived with his own MG Metro 6R4 and appreciated cars like the ex-Tony Pond 1985 RAC Metro parked alongside, Craig said: “It’s something very rare to get a collection of cars together like these here at Rallyday and to get them out on the track is even more special.

“I’m delighted to have been here and I’ll definitely be back to have another snoop around some more of these cars.”

As the new-for-2019 Legend Stage began at lunchtime, fans packed the side of the stage to watch as the history of the sport unfolded before them. As well as a fleet of ex-McRae machinery, there was the stunning sight of a Lancia Delta S4, driven by Edoardo Bresolin.

Another Rallyday debutant, Bresolin said: “It’s so nice to bring this car to show the people. I think they feel the same about the S4 like me, it’s magic.”

Auriol starred in slightly younger Deltas, driving the beautiful HF Integrale, Lancia’s last ever rally car in the WRC.

“I knew the reputation of Rallyday,” Auriol said. “And Miki [Biasion, former Lancia team-mate and fellow world champion] came here last year and told me it’s a really friendly event – but it’s so nice. Fantastic cars and so many people. I want to come back.”

This year’s Rallyday featured more headline-grabbing cars from the WRC than ever before and supporting them were some of the sport’s finest examples of clubmen-spec machinery.

Rallyday was delighted to welcome three generations of McRaes for the first time, as Jimmy, his son Alister and his son Max lined up to enjoy themselves. Predictably, rallying’s most famous family went down a storm – with five-time British Rally Champion Jimmy delighted to be the McRae busiest at the family autograph session.

Alister said: “I’ve been here a couple of times before, but not for about 10 years. It’s really impressive how it’s grown and to see so many great cars out here is amazing. It’s been fantastic to get out in a car like a proper Prodrive BMW M3 and to be told there’s nothing below 4,000rpm and you can take it up to 9,000!”

Alister’s son Max loved his first taste of Rallyday too. He added: “It’s been amazing. I’ve never seen anything like it. I got to go around with Craig in his Metro – that’s a fast car! I didn’t expect it to be so quick and he certainly knows how to drive it; he was faster than the car!”

Ian Gwynne’s BGMsport firm was at the heart of the event, bringing 23 vehicles, many of which belonged to DirtFish owner and American-based rally enthusiast Steve Rimmer.

Rallyday organiser Tom Davis said: “The idea behind the Legend Stage was to take the best of the best in the sport and put it in front of the people on a stage designed around the route the RAC Rally took when it came here in 1983. That has gone better than I could possibly have ever imagined.

“There are a lot of people to thank for this year’s event, not least our sponsors VP Racing Fuels and SuperPro. And the McRae family, Craig, Didier, Rally Replay for bringing so many Lancias – including that beautiful Delta S4 – and, of course, BGMsport and Steve Rimmer for his amazing cars. Steve talks about wanting to share his collection with like-minded folk and he’s certainly put a smile on thousands of faces today.

“As well as those guys, there are a whole lot more clubs and clubmen who come here and make this whole day possible. As much as we love the stars and their cars, we have to thank everybody for their efforts.”

- Keep your eyes peeled over at Rallyday's website – – for news on 2020's instalment of the event.