Rally the Globe is now gearing up for the return of competitive adventure and convivial camaraderie for teams crewing evocative vintage and classic cars with a revised calendar of much-needed, inspirational events confirmed for this year and over the next two years.
The action recommences in the UK swiftly after the lifting of national lockdown protocols, before the reintroduction of international fixtures in the autumn. Initially these overseas events will be based in Europe before once again venturing further afield in early 2023.
“So much has changed in the 12 months since the conclusion of our extraordinary Southern Cross Safari in East Africa last March, but the fantastic Rally the Globe team is primed and ready for a very welcome resumption just as soon as governments give us the go-ahead,” confirmed Graham Goodwin, Rally the Globe’s Chairman.
“The last year has obviously been extremely challenging but, through diligence and design, Rally the Globe had the best insurance in place to cover the cost of events that had to be cancelled. As a result our hugely experienced team, expertly led by Fred Gallagher and Mark Appleton, has been working throughout the hiatus to counter all the unprecedented challenges. Now – like the rest of us – they cannot wait to get back on the open road.”
The new programme has been meticulously planned to deliver an exhilarating – yet viable – roster of memorable driving experiences as the increasing spread of vaccines reopens the world to travel.
To restore spirits, refresh navigational skills and revitalise both cars and drivers, a series of short, single-venue accomodation ‘Cloverleaf’ rallies have been introduced to herald in the resumption.
More details from: www.rallytheglobe.com