Rally of Scotland clerk of the course Iain Campbell said the route for this week's penultimate Intercontinental Rally Challenge round of the year has not been adversely affected by recent heavy rain in the area.
There had been concern over the state of tomorrow's Perthshire stages, which were used by the Colin McRae Forest Stages Rally last Saturday, but Campbell said the roads are in good condition.
"I have driven the route since the McRae Stages went through them," said Campbell. "Craigvinean and Errochty are very good, but Drummond Hill will be quite slippery. The roads in the Trossachs, which weren't used at the weekend are obviously in great shape.
"There has been quite a lot of rain, but we've had a couple of beautiful days up here in God's own country and the everything is looking very good."
The outlook for the weekend is not looking so good, with persistent rain forecast for both days of the Perth-based event.