Ilkley Jubilee Historic Rally and Run
About 85 are vehicles from the 50s through to the early 80s, most being from the 60s and 70s will be taking part. Click here for entry list
We have compiled a list of some of the Public Houses along the route that will hopefully give a great vantage point for watching the event. We cannot promise they will all be open at the time the rally passes, however, but some certainly will. Please park carefully so as not to impede the rally, customers nor members of the general public. The rally will take about 1½ hours to pass.
Most of the other locations which the cars visit are private and unfortunately spectators cannot be admitted. Times below are approximate for the first cars. Note in the event of bad weather or other problems the route and times may have to be altered at the last minute.
The winning navigator from the North Yorkshire Classic Rally, Les McGuffog, is the Assistant Clerk of Course on the Ilkley Jubilee and will be partnering the 2015 HRCR Clubmans Championship driver, Steve Entwistle, in Paddy Hopkirk’s Mini Cooper (6 EMO) as Car 0, so if you are out spectating keep an eye out for them.
All spectator points shown are on road sections, much of the route is secret to the competitors.
8:30 Start Millstones Restaurant, Skipton Road, Harrogate HG3 2LT
9:00 The Old Spring Well, Roundabout A61 and B6161
10:25 Sawley – please be courteous, the local churches are holding their Palm Sunday parade in the morning.
Please do not park on the green outside the village hall or in the pub car park.
10:40 The Stonehouse Inn, Greenhow Hill Rd, Thruscross, Harrogate HG3 4AH
12:00 Lunch Tea Cups, Pateley Bridge Auction Centre, Pateley Bridge HG3 5HN
13:40 Ripon Race Course, B6265
14:10 Three Horse Shoes, Bridge St, Boroughbridge, York YO51 9LF
14:30 A658 travelling from the east to west between the A1 and A661
16:30 Finish Approximate time for the first cars back at the Millstones.
Unfortunately, in order to ensure the safety on the event, there are NO places where public access is available. The special tests are all held on private land with no general public access.
Please remember that all Motorsport is potentially dangerous. If you attend a Motorsport event, such as this one, you are responsible for your own safety and those of any others in your party. Please ensure you take notice of any requests of officials concerning your location – those requests will be for your safety.