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Britain's round of the WRC has been based in Wales for the past 17 years and faithfully follows the series' Friday-Sunday format. But what if it didn't have to? And what if Wales was the starting point for a revolutionary route?
The chatter about the route for this year's Rally GB raised a thought: what good is a visionary without a clean sheet of paper? And if supplied with paper, could the vision be found?
It could, thanks to Rally GB route co-ordinator Andrew Kellitt.
It's worth noting that while thinking towards blue skies, Kellitt has been rather tethered to current World Rally Championship regulations.
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