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The Wales Rally GB is the penultimate round of the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) and one of the oldest on the calendar having been first run in 1932. Since 2010, it has been based in Wales, with occasional forays across the English border, and sees drivers take on fast tree-lined forest tracks. These are quick but often made technically difficult by wet and muddy conditions.

Trees and log piles along the course create hazards, whilst the unpredictable British weather can see rain and fog, as well as snow and ice on occasions, thrown into the mix too. With studded tyres banned – even in extreme winter conditions – the Wales Rally GB is one of the most unpredictable of the year and is where title dreams can be won or lost.

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