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I have listed below the early Hillrally history up to 2006.

This website is only the archive of those early events.
For up to date and current information, please follow the links below

http://thewelshhillrally.com

http://scottish-hillrally.co.uk/


 

1971.
1-2 May. The Senior Service Hillrally was the first Hillrally, its HQ was in Llangollen, North Wales and it was organised by Peak & Dukeries Land Rover Club and the Rover Owners Association.
25-26 September. The Senior Service International Hillrally at Llandrindod Wells, Mid Wales was organised by the Royal Automobile Club Motor Sports Association Ltd.

1973.
21-22 October. The Welsh Hillrally at Llandrindod Wells organised by the Cross Country Vehicle Club.
7-8-9 May The Hillrally at Rushmoor Arena Hampshire organised by the All Wheel Drive Club
7-8 May The Hillrally on at Aldershot Hampshire.

1991.
The Hillrally Club was formed to revive the Hillrallys of the 1970s

1992.
16-17-18 October it ran the Clubmans Hillrally from Clyro with Dave Mitchell as C of C and John Horton as Rally Director.
From 44 starters 21 finished and the winner was Stephanie Simmonite

1993.
15-16-17 October it ran The Superwinch National B Hillrally and again David Mitchell was C of C.
There were 57 starters and 24 finishers and the event was won by Robin Clarkson .

1994.
21-22-23 October it ran The Superwinch Hillrally at National A at RWAS showground Builth Wells , Dave Mitchell was C of C and Denis Cardell was Rally Director.
Out of 75 starters there were 38 finishers and the winners were Stephanie & Rachael Simmonite.

1995.
There were two Hillrallies,
On 18-19-20 August 1995 the AWDC put on the Sames Southern Hillrally at Brighton.
On 20-21-23 October the Hillrally Club Ltd put on the Superwinch & Safety Devices Hillrally at Builth Wells.
David Mitchell was C of C
Out of 77 National A Starters & 7 Clubman Starters there were 60 finishers the National A winners were Tim Marsh & Chris Lawther & the Clubman winners Adrian Longstaff & Jeffrey Balshaw.

1996.
Saw the first Scottish Hillrally The Glenvarigill Demon Scottish Hillrally on 12-13 July organised by the RSAC Ltd at Perth the C of C was Jonathan Lord .
The AWDC put on the Southern Hillrally on 16 / 17 / 18 August on Salisbury Plain.
On 11-12-13 October The Hillrally Club Ltd put on The Hillrally supported by Goodyear at Builth Wells, the C of C was John Williams and Rally Director David Mitchell.
Out of 88 National A Competitors and 18 Clubman there were 76 finishers.
The National A event was won by Tim Marsh & Chris Cooke and the Clubman winners were Darryl J Key & Helen Medlicott.
The Safety Devices National Hillrally Championship organised by Chris & Wendy Tomley in 1996 had 39 Championship contenders.
The Winners were Stephanie & Rachael Simmonite.

1997.
10-11 July the GKN Scottish Hillrally organised by the RSAC Ltd at Perth with Jonathan Lord as C of C.
15-16-17 August was the Carriageways Southern Hillrally organised by the AWDC on Salisbury Plain the C of C was Mark Bullen and Rally Director John Hilton.
There were 76 starters and 52 finishers, the winners were Tim Marsh & Chris Cooke National A and Wayne Windebank & Zandra Windebank Clubman.
10-11-12 October The Hillrally Club Ltd put on The Safety Devices Hillrally at Builth Wells.
Out of 112 starters there were 57 finishers and the National A winners were Gordon Monaghan & Karl Gudgeon & Clubman Mark & Helen Phillips.
The Safety Devices National Hillrally Championship had 69 championship contenders and it was won by Gordon Monaghan and Jeff Balshaw.
There was a Championship Stand at the Autosport Show at the NEC in January 1998 displaying 4 of the competing vehicles.
129 attended the Championship Awards Dinner at the Arden Hotel Birmingham.

1998.
10/11 July was the GKN Scottish Hillrally organised by RSAC Ltd at Perth with Jonathan Lord as C of C
9-10-11 October was The Hillrally supported by Goodyear at Builth Wells. The C of C was Chris Tomley
out of 97 starters there were 64 finishers. The National A winners were Tim Marsh & Doug Devonald Batt and the Clubman winners Peter Roberts & Amanda Dimmock.
Out of 55 Championship contenders The 1998 Safety Devices National Hillrally Championship was won by Dave Marsh & Dave Arnold.
134 attended the Championship Awards Dinner at the Manor Hotel Meriden.

1999.
10-11 April Chandlers Tour of Lincs organised by the Lincolnshire & Louth Motor Club with Lincolnshire Landrover Club at Market Rasen Racecourse Lincs.
9-10 July was the GKN & Demon Scottish Hillrally organised by the RSAC Ltd at Perth with Jonathan Lord as C of C.
8-9-10 October was The Hillrally supported by Goodyear organised by The Hillrally Club Ltd at Builth Wells. The C of C was Chris Tomley
Out of 83 starters there were 61 finishers with the National A winners being Tim Marsh & Doug Devonald Batt and Clubman winners Scott Walker & Val Roberts.
The C E Crossley Evans Ltd National Hillrally Championship was won by Stephanie & Rachael Simmonite.
159 attended the Championship Awards Dinner at The Manor Hotel Meriden.

2000.
13-14 May Y Rali Bryn Cymru was organised by The Hillrally Club Ltd at Glynneath. C of C was Selwyn Kendrick.
7-8 July 2000 The GKN Driveline Scottish Hillrally was organised by the RSAC Ltd at Perth and the C o C was Jonathan Lord.
6-7-8 October was The Hillrally supported by Goodyear at Builth Wells Chris Tomley was C of C
Out of 74 starters there were 53 finishers and the winners were National A Andy Davis & Mark Egginton & Clubmans Richard Gore & Karen Whiting.
The C E Crossley Evans Ltd National Hillrally Championship National A was won by Andy Davis & Mark Egginton & National B Scott Walker & Paul Richardson.
152 attended the Championship Awards Dinner at The Manor Hotel Meriden.

2001.
All events were cancelled due to regard for the Foot & Mouth Epidemic.

2002.
The Championship Dinner took place at the Arden Hotel with 67 attending.
4-5 May was Y Rali Bryn Cymru organised by Marches 4x4 Motorsport Management Ltd at Glynneath. Selwyn Kendrick was C of C with 27 starters and 18 finishers.
The National A event was won by Russel Ridley & Andrew West and the Clubman by Alex Day and Jeremy Tonks.
19-10 July The Scottish Hillrally organised by RSAC Ltd at Perth with Jonathan Lord as C of C.
The Hillrally was held on 4-5-6 October organised by The Hillrally Club Ltd at Baskerville Hall Hotel Clyro the C of C was Chris Tomley
With 50 starters and 36 finishers the National A event was won by Andy Davis & Mark Egginton and the Clubmans by Brian Farmer and Jonny Koonja.
The Goodyear National Hillrally Championship had 33 contenders and the National A winners were Julian Mendelsohn & Paul Richardson and the Clubman winners Tom Twomey and Stephen Davis.
149 attended the Championship Awards Dinner at the Moor Hall Hotel Solihull.

2003.
3-4 May. Y Rali Bryn Cymru organised by Marches 4x4 Motorsport Management Ltd at Glynneath. C of C was Selwyn Kendrick
Out of 27 starters 21 finished and the overall winners were Tim Dilworth & Anthony Brinkman.
3-4 July The Scottish Hillrally organised by RSAC Ltd at Perth . C of C was Jonathan Lord.
The National A winners were Tim Dilworth & Anthony Brinkman.
6-7 September The Marches Hillrally was organised by Marches 4x4 Motorsport Management Ltd at Baskerville Hall Hotel Clyro. C of C was Chris Tomley
The National A winner was Hugh Haines & Clubman winner Andrew Walton.
4-5 October 2003 The Hillrally organised by The Hillrally Club Ltd at Llysfasi Ruthin, C of C was Phil Turley.
The 2003 Goodyear National Hillrally Championshp was won by Tim Dilworth & Anthony Brinkman and Clubman Julia Haines & Huw Bunn.
146 attended the Championship Awards Dinner at Moor Hall Hotel Solihull.

2004.
3-4 July The Scottish Hillrally organised by RSAC Ltd at Perth with Jonathan Lord as C of C.
14-15 August 2004 Y Rali Bryn Cymru was organised by Marches 4x4 Motorsport Management Ltd at Baskerville Hall Hotel Clyro. Selwyn Kendrick was C of C.
Out of 32 starters 18 finished, the National A winners were Hugh Haines & Peter Phillips and Clubman winners Darren Mountford & Sean Devlin.
16-17 October The Welsh Hillrally was organised by Marches 4x4 Motorsport Management Ltd at Llysfasi Ruthin.
Out of 40 starters there were 31 finishers
The National A winners were Tim Dilworth & Anthony Brinkman & Clubman winners Dave Hughes & Chris Hughes.
The Goodyear National Hillrally Championship had 35 contenders
The National A winners were Hugh Haines & Peter Phillips and Clubman winners Simon Smith & Sean Devlin.
154 attended the Championship Awards Dinner at the Windmill Village Hotel Coventry.

2005.
22-23 July The Scottish Hillrally organised by the RSAC Ltd at Perth . C of C was Jonathan Lord
The National A winners were Hugh Haines & Gary Torosyan & Clubman winners Ted Leahy & Matt Brookes.
15-16 October The Hillrally organised by Marches 4x4 Motorsport Management Ltd at Llysfasi Ruthin C of C Phil Turley & Selwyn Kendrick.
Out of 26 starters 20 finished.
The National A Winners were Hugh Haines & Gary Torosyan.
The Clubman winners were Hefin Owen & Adrian Jones.
The Hi-Q National Hillrally Championship had 21 contenders The National A winners were Hugh Haines & Gary Torosyan.
150 attended the Championship Awards Dinner at the Windmill Village Hotel Coventry.

2006
May 6 -7 Y Rali Bryn Cymru organised by Marches 4x4 Motorsport Management Ltd at Baskerville Hall Hotel Clyro. Selwyn Kendrick was C of C
Out of 30 starters 15 finished, the National A winners were Dan Lofthouse and Sally Lewis and the Clubman winners were Andy Mackie & Nic Blundell