After being forced to cancel the previous two years due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Manx Rally to Isle of man in the UK is now set to make a comeback and see rally cars on the narrow roads of the islands with the event taking place on May 13-14.
Last week it was confirmed that the rally would go ahead as planned with driver registration opening; the team behind the event worked hard for weeks to make this rally happen.
As restrictions on the island end after April 1, the rally is set to host a new qualifying round for 2022 from FIA ERC Celtic Trophy which allows foreign drivers to participate.
The base of the rally will be at Grandstand TT in Douglas and the rally will feature 14 stages taking place over the two days as well as a pre-event shakedown on Friday morning, six of the stages will be run in the dark.
Some of the classic steps such as Little London, Tholt-e-Will, Druidal and Baudouin will be presented as part of the 100-mile stage on Friday and Saturday.
The rally will also count as a round for these series; HRCR Stage Masters Historic Stage Rally Challengethe Welsh Historic Rally Championshipand the ANWCC Rally Championship.