by Rob Wilkins.

Rallying legend, Gwyndaf Evans has revealed that he might be forced to sit out the Wales Rally GB next month, after losing a major sponsor in recent weeks.

Speaking to Crash.net Radio at the recent Rallyday event, the Welshman added that while it will be 'tough' to plug the gap now, he isn't giving up and would welcome any firms interested in backing him as he bids to strut his stuff in the Group N class and show up some of the regulars in the Production Car WRC - something he is probably more than capable of doing.

"We are very proud of our events and I have done it for 16 years consecutively," he replied when asked about Rally GB.

"I have got an entry again in it this year although, unfortunately, I've lost a major sponsor this week, and so I am trying to put a deal together in the next couple of weeks, but that is gong to be tough.

"I think the rally itself is a big attraction, especially this year with going to the [Millennium] stadium as well.

"It offers such classic stages at the end of day and this year there is a good chance it will be dry, so the speeds will inevitably be very, very fast and it always draws a fantastic following, which gives it an incredible atmosphere."

Any serious backers/sponsors should contact Gwyndaf directly.

 

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