Fresh off becoming the first Welsh Driver to take out the Dayinsure Wales Rally GB in 2017, Elfyn Evans, took to the streets of Llandudno to promote the 2018 event.

The 2018 Wales Rally GB will include a "history-making" new Great Orme Llandudno street stage which will conclude a big weekend of racing.

Evans has featured in a special video to promote the event driving through the streets of Llandudno receiving special instructions from Welsh television personalities Emyr ‘RoboNavo’ Penlan and Howard ‘Foodie’ Davies.

Both Penlan and Davies are presenters on S4C’s Ralio+ programme – Davies is the popular show’s pundit having won the 1996 MSA British Rally Championship as co-driver to Elfyn’s father Gwyndaf Evans.

Attempting to give Evans junior a sneak preview of the street stage climax, the hapless Penlan turns up with a bundle of Llandudno maps but clearly possesses precious few orienteering skills.

The pair jump aboard a sporty Ford Focus RS and get hopelessly lost on the seaside resort’s roads. They end up lapping the same roundabout, driving onto Llandudno’s Grade II listed pier and even into a McDonald’s drive thru.

All those wishing to see whether the efforts of our two jolly jesters can help Evans to back-to-back victories are offered free admission to Llandudno’s historic street stage with upgrades available for both grandstand seating and hospitality.

The spectacular finale to this year’s Wales Rally GB on the streets of Llandudno will be a British first as the public roads will be closed for FIA World Championship motor sport for the first time ever.

Tickets for the other 21 speed tests are now on sale with significant savings for those buying in advance.

Adult admission starts at just £15 for the Thursday evening opener at Tir Prince Raceway with the premium four-day event pass remaining at £99 for the ninth successive year. Accompanied children aged 15 and under are admitted free to general admission areas.

Full information can be found on the official website and via the event’s social media channels.