Covering the pre-WRC golden years, Rally of the Forests period; An incredibly detailed and highly illustrated review; Contains over 250 photographs, most of which are published for the first time; Features reproductions of rally documents, including regulations, programmes, road books, and crew notes Starting at a time when rallying was becoming increasingly competitive, when it started to have forest stages, this detailed review takes the reader into the heart of this thrilling event. Following the rallies round their entire routes in a Mini Cooper, Vauxhall Magnum and a Leyland 1800, and assisted by the press office of the Royal Automobile Club, this book gives a real fly on the wall perspective. All aspects of these events are covered; rare photos from manufacturers archives, plus the authors own, paint a vivid picture. Rally documents, including regulations, programmes, road books, and crew notes make this book one of the most detailed in its genre. This publication has full approval of the Royal Automobile Club and the Motor Sports Association.