WORCESTER co-driver Steve Link pairs up again with Guy Anderson in the Talbot Sunbeam Lotus for the Roger Albert Clark Rally.

The Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship event starts at Shelsley Walsh hill climb course in Worcestershire tomorrow and runs until Monday.

England's longest stage rally in 15 years starts with a blast up the iconic hill before returning down competitively for the first time in the course's long history.

Once the spectator-friendly stages are complete, the rally heads to The Marches and forests of the Brecon Beacons before returning to Leominster for a quick service.

The event then moves up to Carlisle for three more days and nights of flat-out action.

Middlesex's Anderson and Link are in car 40 out of 98 starters and will be looking to at least half their seeding come the end of the event.

The big challenge involves 310 competitive miles in the day and night in the woods over four days plus hundreds of road miles.

Link said: “I am looking forward to taking on this challenge, especially with the event starting in my home town and at a place where I spent many weekends as a child watching the hill climb.

"We of course want to get to the end and enjoy the adventure but we are setting our sights on at least a top-20 finish."

More information on the competition can be found at racrally.org.

The first car leaves the start at Shelsley Walsh at 9.46am.