Epynt

Class 1 Records

2010
Ian Keen
66.16
2014
Steffan Eldredd
66.06s

Class 2 Records

2010
Chris Bramall
72.28s
2011
Paul Collins
68.23s
2012
Jon Ward
64.88s
2015
Mike Cocker
64.18s

Class 3 Records

2010
Michael Calvert
61.34s
2012
Tom Price
60.94s

Class 4 Records

2010
Chris Howard-Harris
58.07s
2015
Jeremy Davies
59.74s

Class 5 Records

2010
Adrian Williams
57.30s
2014
Shaun Elwell
55.57s

Class 6 Records

2012
Simon Rogers
56.45s

Class 7 Records

2010
Graham Ford
61.08s
2012
Adrian Williams
58.09s
2014
Simon Rogers
54.99s

Historical Results

GPS 52.020626,-3.594848 or follow A40 west from Trecastle ,LD3 8UH to Llywel

Deep within the Brecon Beacons National Park, on roads which are normally part of a military training ground. This is a venue well known to the Welsh Rally fraternity, the track having formed part of Rally GB, International Rally of Wales and many other events.

The chicanes carry time penalties and the return road is long so bring plenty of fuel.

Section

Description

Start

You’ll line up on the road and go over the bridge to the start line. Tyre warming is allowed over the bridge. It is uphill from the start, so get your foot down.

Turn 1

Stay over to the right, brake on the straight before the first left hand bend.  Once round get your foot straight back down for the uphill straight.

Turn 2

Keep over to the left and leave it as late as possible before braking into this long right hander. Keep your speed up, you need it for the steep hill ahead of you.

Chicane 1

Keep you foot down until you can see the chicane in front of you, then brake quickly before swerving to the the right to get round the barrier. Stay on the tarmac.

Chicane 2

Any speed you kept through the chicanes will pay dividends now, this is a long full throttle straight. Count the boards on the left hand side to know when to brake

Final Turn

Brake as late as you can. (If you leave it too late go straight on).Go deep before turning, the sharp right hairpin almost turns you back on yourself.  Get your foot down as soon as you can;  it is only a short distance to the finish line, but stay on the tarmac as the road falls away to either side.