3rd
eRallye

24 - 28 October 2018

3rd eRallye Monte-Carlo (24-28 October 2018) - In the spirit of his famous elders!

Published on 10 October 2018

For this 3rd eRallye Monte-Carlo, the Organizing Committee of the Automobile Club de Monaco has once again demonstrated originality by proposing a route composed of mythical events that made the heyday of its elders (Rallyes Monte-Carlo WRC and History). Introduction of this unpublished 2018 edition, which attracted 40 competitors (33 electric vehicles / 7 Hydrogen cars), and whose departure will be given this year from Nevers, Nièvre, Wednesday, October 24 at 2:30 pm.

 

Since its new designation in 2016, succeeding the Rallye Monte-Carlo des Véhicules Electriques (1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999), the Rallye Monte-Carlo Fuel Cell & Hybrids (2005, 2006), the Rallye Monte-Carlo des Véhicules à Energie Alternative (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011) and the Rallye Monte-Carlo des Energies Nouvelles / Rallye Monte-Carlo ZENN (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015), this third chapter of the eRallye Monte-Carlo counts this year for the 9th and penultimate round of the eRally Regularity Cup of the Electric and New Energy Championship of the Federation Internationale Automobile (FIA).

 

By definition, eRallys aim to promote new car technologies designed to save energy and emit the lowest possible quantities of pollutants and CO2. They also aim to encourage drivers to change their driving habits, with priority being given to environmental protection and the sustainability of the transport sector through the use of electricity as a source of vehicle propulsion energy. And that is exactly what the Automobile Club de Monaco has been striving to demonstrate for more than 20 years, pursuing with insistence and conviction its role as precursor and commitment in the new energy and development sustainable sector. “The Automobile Club de Monaco is a strong proponent in this area. This test dedicated to new generation vehicles has evolved constantly over the years, to always correspond a little more modernism inspired by the car manufacturers.” said Christian Tornatore, General Commissioner of the ACM and Director of the Event.

 

Real competition, reserved for vehicles 100% Electric, without use of extender, and 100% Hydrogen cars, this regularity event is very appreciated by the car manufacturers and automotive preparers, come to demonstrate for the occasion and in real conditions, the technological and avant-garde potential of their vehicles. “For this third edition of the eRallye Monte-Carlo, wished even cleaner and without any emission of CO2, we are satisfied to have attracted a number of competitors including the main protagonists of the eRallye Regularity Cup of the Electric Championship and New Energy of the FIA 2018 “, continues Christian Tornatore. “The 2018 list of entries brings up new generation cars, representing a dozen of manufacturers. There are electric models, mostly represented by market leaders such as Renault ZOE, Nissan Leaf, BMW I3, Jaguar I-Pace, Kia Soul, Tesla S, VW e-Golf, Tesla X or the Opel Ampera- e. We also have two types of fuel cell cars: six Toyota Mirai and one Hyundai IX35…”

 

Monaco , October 9, 2018

 

2018 Program

 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2018 – LEG 1: NEVERS – NEVERS

2.30 pm – Departure from NEVERS

Calibration area

4.00 pm – Regrouping MAGNY-COURS Circuit

5.00 pm – Briefing

5.30 pm – ZR 1: MAGNY COURS Circuit

6:40 pm – Arrival in NEVERS

Parc Fermé and recharge

 

THURSDAY 25 OCTOBER 2018 – LEG 2: NEVERS – VALENCE

(Time allowed: 11H00)

7.00 am – Departure from NEVERS

1.00 pm – ZR 2: Lalouvesc – Labatie d’Andaure

3.00 pm – ZR 3: Lamastre – Alboussière

6.00 pm – Arrival in VALENCE

Parc Fermé and recharge

 

FRIDAY 26 OCTOBER 2018 – LEG 3: VALENCE – LARAGNE MONTEGLIN

(Time allowed: 11H00)

6.30 am – Departure from VALENCE

8.00 am – ZR 4: Saint Jean en Royans – Vassieux en Vercors

10.30 am – ZR 5: Saint Nazaire le Desert – La Motte Chalancon

2.30 pm – ZR 6: Montauban sur Ouvèze – Villebois les Pins

5.30 pm – Arrival in LARAGNE MONTEGLIN

Parc Fermé and recharge

 

SATURDAY 27 OCTOBER 2018 – LEG 4: LARAGNE – MONACO

(Time allowed: 8H00)

7.00 am – Departure from LARAGNE

8.00 am – ZR 7: Sisteron – Thoard

10.00 am – ZR 8: Andon – Gourdon

3.00 pm – Arrival in MONACO

Put in Parc Fermé and recharge

 

SATURDAY 27 – SUNDAY 28 OCTOBER 2018 – LEG 5: MONACO – MONACO

(Time allowed: 4H30)

9.00 pm – Departure from MONACO

10.00 pm – ZR 9: Coaraze – Lantosque

10.30 pm – ZR 10: La Bollène-Vésubie – Sospel

1.30 am – Arrival in MONACO

 

NB: The times indicated are subject to modification by the Organization Committee of the ACM