The Promenade Stages is held on the closed roads that form King’s Parade at New Brighton Promenade in Wirral.
New Brighton Promenade is situated at the top of the Wirral Peninsula. Access is easily gained via Junction 1 of the M53 Motorway or from Liverpool via the Wallasey Tunnel. The venue is approximately 5 minutes from the motorway. Click on the map for further detailed directions.
Spectator Car Parking will be arrowed on the day of the event.



Stage Layout

King’s Parade at New Brighton is a public road open all year round with the exception of when the venue is in use for special events. These events include Sprinting, The Wirral Show and of course Rallying. The road surface is therefore typical of what you drive on day to day – real tarmacadam !The road system around the Promenade is varied, with the width of road ranging from single carriageway to dual carriageway width, natural corners include fast and open bends to hairpin and tight hairpins. Throw in seven roundabouts, which are used on the rally in many different ways and a couple of chicanes and it all adds up to a real challenge.
Stage length ranges from 3.5 miles for the shorter stages to 4.5 miles for the majority of stages.



Spectator Access and Viewing

The New Brighton venue provides excellent spectator access, parking, safe viewing and spectator facilities include catering services, running commentary and toilets.