Mull Car Club tried to resurrect the Argyll Rally eight years ago and despite attracting quite a bit of interest, insufficient competing crews came forward to maintain the event without the support of a major championship.
Thanks to the perseverance of the club, the event blasted back onto the British rally calendar in 2017 with a new name, new challenge and classic stages. The Dunoon Presents Argyll Rally was re-born thanks to the invaluable support of the local folk and businesses.
Euan Thorburn and Paul Beaton took a well-deserved win in their Ford Fiesta R5 and return of the KNC Groundworks Scottish Rally Championship in 2018, will ensure some of the best drivers in Scotland and beyond will head to Dunoon this summer.
This years’ event will move from the forests to closed public roads. It will be run over two days, Friday 25th and Saturday 26th June 2021, and will be based at Dunoon Stadium.
The event will consist of 13 stages on public road, with five stages on the Friday Night, and 8 stages on the Saturday. The first two stages on the Friday night will be around Dunoon Town Centre, with first car due at 18:30. The remaining 3 stages on Friday night will around the Cowal Peninsular.
The Saturday stages will consist of four stages double run around the Cowal Peninsular. First cars on the Saturday will depart Dunoon Stadium at 09:00, returning back at Dunoon Stadium around 16:30.
The event will form a round of the KNC Groundworks Scottish Rally Championship, and the North England Tarmacadam Rally Championship. Rally HQ, Scrutineering and Service Park all based in Dunoon Stadium.
Organisers of the Dunoon Presents Argyll Rally have been overwhelmed at the response for the 2021 event which sees a thrilling change of format for the event from the forests to the closed public roads of the Argyll and Bute peninsula on 25/26 June. Despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, the event is […]
Download Regulations at: Dunoon Presents Argyll Rally 2021 Regulations