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6e E-Rallye Monte-Carlo
26 - 30 October 2022
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E-Rallye 2022: Get ready!

6e E-RALLYE MONTE-CARLO (OCTOBER 26-30, 2022)

22th RALLY MONTE-CARLO ZENN / ZERO EMISSION NO NOISE

This 2022 edition of the 100% electric & hydrogen version of Rally Monte-Carlo makes another step forward by adopting a new philosophy with regards to power charging points. So that a strong recommendation of the Organizing Committee is validated: nightly charging parks are replaced by daily mobile charging points – in partnership with the LS Services company and the ISIOHM brand – in addition to fixed eborn network charging points all along the itinerary and Monaco On in Principality. This is another way to challenge the clearsightedness and wit of the crews, in order to face this brand new challenge.

The « Great Start » will be given this year from Valence, the emblematic city in the Drôme department and long-time partner of Automobile Club de Monaco over the past few years. The meeting point is set for Wednesday October 26 at 2 pm on the Champ de Mars Esplanade, where the first crews will be sent off for a first leg with 100% Drôme roads, including three regularity stages (SR) in the Vercors mountains, a real monument to start with!

Destination Ardèche for the 2nd leg and heading for Privas, the prefecture of the department, on Thursday October 27. It will be a day of contrasts, with four regularity stages and a whole lot of new features, as well as a bit of tradition in Antraigues-sur-Volane: a sweet stop in front of the famous Remise, still managed by the Jouanny family who will provide delicious apple tarts to the crews heading back to Valence via Privas.

The next day, Friday October 28, the 3rd leg will be 500-km long heading South to  Monte-Carlo and will probably be a memorable one with four regularity stages on the menu, over three departments (Drôme, Vaucluse and Var), including Mont-Ventoux, the mythical giant of Provence.

The 4th and last leg, on Saturday October 29, will have a definite WRC tone, with a series of former traditional stages of Rally Monte-Carlo, in the departments of Alpes-de-Haute-Provence and Alpes-Maritimes, including famous passes such as Col de Bleine as a conclusion…

Provisional schedule

Publication of the Supplementary Regulation & Opening of entries: Friday August 26, 2022
Closing of the entries: Monday September 26, 2022
Publication of the Entry ListFriday October 7, 2022

 

LEG 1 : VALENCE / VALENCE – Wednesday October 26, 2022 – 180km

Start VALENCE, 2 pm  – Esplanade du Champ de Mars
SR1 – Barbières / Bouvante – 36.03km – via Cols de Tourniol (1145m) and de la Bataille (1313m)
SR2 – Sainte-Croix / Beaufort-sur-Gervanne – 21.64km – via Col de la Croix (745m)
SR 3 – Gigors-et-Lozeron / Combovin – 16.78km – via Col Jérôme Cavalli (842m)
Arrival VALENCE – Esplanade du Champ de Mars

LEG 2 : VALENCE / VALENCE – Thursday October 27, 2022 – 300km

Start VALENCE, 7 am – Esplanade du Champ de Mars
Check Point PRIVAS – Parc Centre Aquatique Cap’Azur (Ardèche)
SR4 – Saint-Priest / Mirabel – 21.52km – via Col du Benas (795m)
SR5 – Seyras (Les Salelles) / Le Grimaldes – 16.57km – via Col de la Croix Blanche (890m)
SR6 – Sablières / Rocles – 21.90km
SR7 – Antraigues-sur-Volane / Saint-Andéol-de-Vals – 18,17 km – via Col de Genestelle (648m)
Check Point PRIVAS – Parc Centre Aquatique Cap’Azur (Ardèche)
Arrival VALENCE – Esplanade du Champ de Mars

LEG 3 : VALENCE / MONACO – Friday October 28, 2022 – 490km

Start VALENCE, 6 am – Esplanade du Champ de Mars
SR8 – Chastel-Arnaud / Crupies – 20.13km – via Col de la Chaudière (1047m)
SR9 – Beaumont-du-Ventoux / Sault – 29.96km – via Col des Tempêtes (1830m)
SR10 – Aiguines / Trigance – 29.21km – via Col d’Illoire (967m)
SR11 – Montauroux / Tanneron – 13.46km
Arrival MONACO – Terrasses du Solei

 

LEG 4 : MONACO / MONACO – Saturday October 29, 2022 – 320km

Start MONACO, 7:30 am – Les Terrasses du Soleil
SR12 – Le Fugeret / Thorame-Haute – 17.99km – via la Colle-Saint-Michel
SR13 – Lambruisse / Barrême – 23.44km – via Col du Défens (1230m)
SR14 – Ubraye / Briançonnet – 20.19km – via Cols de Laval (1100m) and du Buis (1196m)
SR15 – Saint-Auban / Andon – 15.03km – via Col de Bleine (1439 km)
Arrival MONACO – Les Terrasses du Soleil

Provisional schedule, stages and lengths until the official route is published.

 

About Monte-Carlo E-Rally

This authentic road regularity competition, reserved to 100% Electric or Hydrogen propelled vehicles, is now very appreciated by constructors and other major players of the auto industry who wish to demonstrate, in the real world, the innovative and technological potential of their latest products. A new name was adopted in 2016, after Rally Monte-Carlo for Electric Vehicles (1995-1999), followed by Rally Monte-Carlo Fuel Cell & Hybrids (2005-2006), then Rally Monte-Carlo for Alternative Energy Vehicles (2007-2011) and Rally Monte-Carlo for New Energies / Rally Monte-Carlo ZENN (2012-2015). This is the 6th edition of E-Rally Monte-Carlo and it will count for the FIA Eco Rally Cup 2022.

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