Itsmy motorsport Cefn stage guide
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Cefn rally stage, South Wales Cefn rally stage
Cefn stage is located between Llandovery and Builth Wells within Mynydd Eppynt
On a map look for - Llandovery, Carmarthenshire

From Llandovery take the A483 NE through Llanwrtyd Wells. Check entrance with organisers as two options are available. 1. At Cynghordy turn West onto the unclassified road. The entrance is about 2 miles along there.
2. If Cynghordy is closed off use the A483 NE through Beulah to Garth. Take the B4519 South then unclassified road West to Llangammarch Wells then South to the stage.

previously / currently used for
Mutiny Rally
Location and routes are a guide only. Check before travelling.

When approaching the general area of the rally always look for and follow the
GREEN or ORANGE ARROWS.
They will guide you to stage parking or access points.

Spectators
Always follow the arrows and any directions given by marshals. They are trying to save you time and keep you safe. Motor sport is fun but dangerous.

Drivers/Co-Drivers/Teams
Always use the OS reference and/or maps supplied by the event organisers to ensure the correct event/stage start access point. If you require fuel, in particular Shell optimax visit the Shell filling station locator website for the nearest supplier.









IMPORTANT NOTE
The Itsmy Stage guide provides information on some stages used for rallying within the UK. It is impossible to show every rally stage as they are subject to regular change. Spectator access points are also subject to change. Please ensure you contact the rally organisers for details before travelling. Any maps are sketches and not to scale. They offer a representation and you should use them as a guide only. For detailed information on locations please contact organisers or use a facility such as multimap, or ordnance survey.