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This highlights how sloppy I've been before, and the whole process feels like spinning plates — the more I concentrate on the throttle, the further from the apex I stray; the more I think about the clutch, the less accurate I am with my braking. Less weight, more speed. In a front-wheel-drive car, you need to be more purposeful. T he car in front of me squeals off, leaving me thirty seconds to collect my thoughts before embarking on my first rally stage. More details can be found in sections R and K of the MSA Yearbook, the document that outlines the regulatory requirements of rallying. Bill replaces the sheared control arm in about fifteen minutes, giving me plenty of time before SS3.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Rallying is an unusual motorsport in that two people must be in the car. B ut around half way through the second stage, both Andrew and I feel something amiss. Adjusting first to gravel, then to front-wheel-drive, laid bare my sloppiness and forced me to address some bad habits. H aving not sat an exam for a decade, and not passed one for longer, I'm more nervous about the written component of the BARS exam than the practical driving. I meet up with Bill and Paul, who have agreed to lend me a car and support, and Andrew, who has, for reasons unknown, agreed to be my co-driver. These venerable machines — introduced fifteen years before I was born, incidentally — are so numerous in rallying as to be something of a default. B ill is a five-times National Rally Champion who set up his driving school in the Eighties. You'll need a co-driver, and as a beginner you'd benefit from the services of someone who knows what they're doing. In a rear-wheel-drive car like the Ford, the accelerator pedal can be used to solve a lot of problems. But I've never truly tried to become competent at it. I'm utterly thrilled to have even completed the first stage, and somewhat relieved not to have embarrassed myself on turn one. E very turn gets a little bit faster and a little bit easier. This will include an application form for a National B rallying licence, which is the first rung on the stage rallying ladder. There's a degree of satisfaction to be had from starting the day in a cloud of gravel, dust and confusion, and finishing it with something resembling an approximate success. To read it, click here. As it turns out, a great deal of the exam is common sense mixed with the kind of knowledge you accrue from simply being interested in motorsport. The atmosphere is cheerful; a generator drones in the background and the smell of high-octane race fuel wafts across the landscape. How much does rally driving cost? I can understand the importance of accuracy — any errors at mph in a forest are likely to result in more than a bad grade — but it's still stressful. As the clock counts down to my time, I remember that I'm at the end of a runway, in a Nissan Micra, with a challenging course marked out for me in cones. A bingdon CAR-nival takes place almost entirely on runway and hardstanding. The cars, the drivers, the scenery — everything about rallying involves brave humans piloting phenomenal machines through the world's most beautiful, treacherous places. There are some serious teams here, with commensurate hardware. Using a car on normal roads is a complex task in itself, but this wholly new type of driving demanded that I un-learn a great deal of motoring muscle memory. Andrew is giving me directions as well as continued tuition, invariably encouraging me to carry more speed into the corners. While you're learning, there's little need to buy a car of your own, as schools will let you use theirs, but when you start competing seriously you'll need to buy some wheels. Some of your most significant capital outlay will be on personal safety equipment. I pass, which means I can apply for my National B rally licence. For a long-time rally fan, this feels like real progress. The car is terrifically obedient, especially in contrast to the Land Rover Discovery I arrived in, and Bill gradually encourages me to introduce more throttle and more decisive steering movements. If I get an answer wrong in the first couple of pages, it's an instant fail. I t's hard to think of a more spectacular sport than stage rallying. Of all four-wheeled disciplines, it's by far my favourite. There, Bill diagnoses it. T here's a lot to take in, and on a couple of occasions I grind to a halt to parse all the new information. Bill smiles politely and instructs me towards the start of the course. Many groups have opted to camp, though from the stories told of the previous evening, I'm pleased I opted for a hotel. There's a pronounced wobble. You'll need to be a member of a club in order to compete in many rallies anyway, but more importantly you'll be able to speak to other members about rallying, events, and how best to get involved. Nearly all of my driving tuition has taken place at the hands of some men in a shed near a disused runway. A n official Motor Club will be your first port of call for almost all motorsports, including rallying. T hankfully, it's relatively straightforward. The most challenging parts are where National B rallying differs from WRC-level rallying which is most of what you see on TV and YouTube and remembering the penalties in seconds or minutes for various rallying misdemeanours. Even the best-equipped, talented and enthusiastic rally driver is going to struggle to be competitive without a car. Inside the car, Bill asks me what rally experience I already have. Some of it is pitted, crumbling tarmac, other parts relatively smooth. By the end of the first stage I'm much more comfortable with how the Micra works on tarmac compared to the gravel back at Turweston, and I'm optimistic about stage two. T he following week I returned to Turweston for the second, more important session. This will be the first time he's seen me driving on concrete, and he's reminded me more than once about the 'blast walls' — huge, apparently explosion-proof chunks of concrete left around the site by the RAF when they departed in Hitting one of these would be game over, possibly complemented by a free helicopter ride. We fear it could be a drive shaft, so we limp the car to the end of the stage and gingerly return it to the service park. I n our final session of the morning, I drive the course with confidence and something approaching skill. This would include my BARS test, both practical and written, as well as my first stint in a front-wheel-drive rally car. I turn the front wheels with the steering wheel, but the accelerator pedal can be used to twist the car in a far more complex set of directions. For more information, visit the MSA website here. Building one according to the regulations will normally cost much more. The late Richard Burns used to be an instructor here, which makes me extremely happy. The practical element goes without a hitch, and although I'm not thrilled with my performance in the front-wheel-drive Micra, I'm competent enough to get a signature in the box. A well-worn track weaves between cones and tyres, simulating an infinite loop of twisty rally circuit, essentially a compressed stage. Afterwards, and following a restorative tea, I sit down to take the written element of the test. It's a demanding process, not helped by the fact that I'd driven to Turweston in a Porsche Cayman. Both he and the MSA think I'm competent enough to take part in a competitive stage rally, in a real car, which is a big endorsement of my skill. Having attended plenty of rally events in the past, I'm not surprised to find a MkII Escort parked outside, ready for me to clamber into. To be following even close to the tyre tracks of one of my childhood heroes. A ndrew talks me through the complex timekeeping procedures involved with rallying, as well as calmly explaining what I need to do in order to remain on the stage. But I still have niggling doubts. I find that giving the front tyres enough grip to do their job of steering the car becomes a full-time job, requiring more of my conscious thought than I'm able to give it. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Please refresh the page and retry. Motorsport can be expensive. In front of me is an impossible haze of cones, a blur of orange across the runway like a high-vis heat haze. We drive it once, slowly, then again a little faster. It's all been tremendous fun thus far. How do I take a rally test? It's this organisation that will grant you a licence to compete, and will remain a large part of your rallying career. Minor setback on stage two. All that's left for me to do now is wait for my licence to arrive. The paddock contains a truly eclectic mixture of people and cars. Buoyed by the fun I'd had in the rear-wheel-drive Escort, I was quietly confident in my ability to adapt to a much smaller, less powerful car. Tremendous things can be done to and with this car, given the right amount of money and technical know-how, to make them rally-spec. With a modest power output and those cutesy Nineties looks, it seemed very approachable. I've driven rally cars, sure, and I've thrown old bangers around in farmyards. M y instructor today is Andrew Bayliss, a rally instructor and co-founder of Spinal Track , a charity that helps people with spinal injuries take part in motorsport. Ask your Motor Club for recommendations. Front-wheel-drive cars behave very differently to rear-wheel-drive ones when there's no grip, though. It's what's known as a single-venue event — all the driving happens on-site, with no public road sections between timed stages. At the very least, your minimum safety equipment will cost:. Inexpert driving can be mitigated with the judicious application of throttle, and it wouldn't be impossible to complete a course in a permanent state of wheelspin. I'm rallying this weekend, but I'm navigating and coaching a first timer! This guide is for anybody seriously considering rally driving as a hobby — it's easier to get into than you'd think. I can reliably perform the tasks that Bill had taught me and while the 'stage' is a simple one, it had been hours since I'd lost control. So earlier in , I decided to rectify this situation by becoming a licence-holding rally driver. I don a helmet, open-faced and equipped with an intercom. This is going to be a hoot.