Spectator Information

Live results will be available for the Old Forge Garage Mewla Rally at

We expect first stage times (for SS1 & SS2) to be coming in around 10am.

Live results for the Mini Mewla Rally will be available at

Again first stage times going to be coming in at around 10am.


The main spectator areas will be in Builth Wells on the Royal Welsh Showground as the action will be all day long. Please follow all signage, safety information and marshals instructions. 

We also have live commentary for those watching the Builth Wells stages and various trade stands, catering facilities, bouncy castle & our own Club stand where you can find out how to get involved either competing or marshalling.

For those watching on the Epynt Ranges there will be one main spectator entrance, which must be accessed from the A40 via Llywel to Dixies Corner. From here spectators will be able to access a choice of viewing points and action. There will be toilet and catering facilities available. The use of these spectator areas is strongly recommended by the organising committee for safe viewing and to avoid causing obstructions to the running of the event. Please note that there will be no access onto the Epynt Ranges via Sennybridge and the surrounding villages due to PR problems. Spectators will not be allowed into FIBUA (The German Village) by order of the military.

Spectator programmes will be sold for £10 per car

The event will finish at approximately 4.30pm at the Royal Welsh Showground where the awards presentations and champagne celebrations will be held.


Spectator Video - Please Don't Be Like Bill!!

Club History

The Eppynt Motor Club was originally formed during the late 1950’s in Llangammarch Wells and brought together those in the area interested in four-wheel motor sport. Early activities included meetings, social events and what today we would call auto tests and treasure hunts. The club ran for approx 10 years before being dissolved in 1968.
The Club reformed in 1970 as The Epynt Motor Club and was based in Llanwrtyd Wells at The Askomel Hotel. With MSA affiliation it was not long until the Club progressed from running club auto tests and 12 car rallies to promoting both night and stage rallies. The Mewla Stages still run over the Epynt Ranges, and the Powys Lanes was resurrected in 2011 after a 25 year break since the Powys Factors. The Coracle stages last ran in 2013 after being cancelled in 2014. The Wye Valley Stages last ran in 2007, but we remain hopefully it will one day return! 

Over the years the club has been successful in wining several best event awards and has had numerous members achieve Welsh National championship titles in both road and stage rallying.

Today the Club has monthly business meetings at the Institute, Llanwrtyd Wells. It has a membership in excess of 100. The Club holds regular Navigational Scatters and auto tests, it also assists in marshalling on events throughout Wales and the Borders.

Policies & Club Rules Can be found under Club Minutes

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