The first ever winners of the Galloway Hills Rally, Ivor Clark and Keith McCleary, are reuniting to take part in the 40th event.
They crew will run with number one on their car door to mark the special occasion.
Drivers will have two runs through the super special stage at Auchenlosh Quarry, near Dalbeattie.
Spectators will have access to toilet facilities, catering and car parking, which is £10 per car.
To find out more about when the cars are due in each stage, and for more spectator information, click here.
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