Rallying shouldn't be a fair weather sport

Rallying shouldn't be a fair weather sport

As the British Rally Championship postpones its season-opener due to wintry conditions, David Evans asks whether rallying is getting too timid about adverse weather

Too much snow? It's not possible is it? I thought not. But now I'm thinking again. Now, you see, our elongated winter – which I see as a good thing – has cost me the chance to watch rally cars in Wales this weekend. And that's a bad thing.

Rally North Wales is one of my favourite events of the season and always has been and I really felt for the Wolverhampton and South Staffs Car Club when it made the decision it had to make earlier this week and postponed what should have been the 2013 British Rally Championship opener.

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