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Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo

The Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo, the inaugural round of the 2022 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC), is temporarily leaving Gap - a stage town in the Haut-Alpes since 2014 - to take up residence in Monaco for the winter. The Organising Committee of the Automobile Club de Monaco has decided to refocus on the Principality in order to orchestrate the festivities for this 90th edition. More than 95% modified compared to last year, the course combines conservatism and originality, with highly competitive time trials, drawn for the occasion in the Alpes-Maritimes and Alpes-de-Haute-Provence departments.

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Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique

The 24th edition of Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique will mark the return of concentration legs, with three emblematic cities on the starting list: Bad Homburg, Milan and Reims. And three different routes… to the same destination: Monte-Carlo. This move was wished by the Organizing Committee at Automobile Club de Monaco (ACM)  in order to boost the economy of the Principality and to welcome again crews coming from all over Europe ! The route for this edition – with a record number of 17 regularity stages (SR) – will be a cocktail of diversity and difficulties. The stages on the menu will all be remarkable, just because whole pages of the legend of Rally Monte-Carlo were written on these roads and passes. There will be a whole lot of candidates ready to fight and willing to add their names on the tables after Henrik Bjerregaard and Jaromir Svec, the last winning crew aboard a 1979 Ford Escort RS2000…

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Grand Prix de Monaco Historique

The Automobile Club de Monaco has been organising the Historic Monaco Grand Prix since 1997, usually taking place two weeks before the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix. This thirteenth edition will take place from 13 to 15 May 2022. The cars eligible to take part in the race are listed below, by series and class, reserved for cars that have taken part in International Races and comply with the regulations in force at the time.

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Monaco E-Prix

The 6th edition of the Monaco E-Prix will be held on Saturday 6th May 2023. The Monaco weekend will serve as the 9th round of the 2023 FIA ABB Formula E World Championship. Organised in 2015, 2017, 2019, 2021 and 2022, Formula E will be back for a 6th edition in 2023. The Monaco E-Prix will thus become an annual fixture of the ABB Formula E World Championship following validation in June 2021 by the FIA's World Motor Sport Council.

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Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco

The Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix is considered one of the most prestigious motor races in the world, as well known as the Indianapolis 500, the 24 Hours of Le Mans or the Monte Carlo Rally WRC.

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E-Rallye Monte-Carlo

In order to avoid a calendar conflict with the Paris Motor Show, the 100% electric & hydrogen version of the Monte-Carlo Rally will take place a week later than originally planned, from Wednesday 26 to Sunday 30 October 2022.

The “Grand Départ” will be held this year from Valence, an emblematic host town in the Drôme department and partner of the Automobile Club de Monaco for many years.

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25e Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique
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Lancia and Swiss timing, the perfect match!

All is well that ends well. One of the most followed, observed, admired cars of the 25th  Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique, the 1970 Lancia Fulvia 1.3 S, perfectly driven by a very efficient Swiss duo, Claudio Enz and Cristina Seeberger, finally won it. And added a new line to the prize list of the Italian brand […]

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RS16: Alfa, Opel and Renault, a nice trio in the Turini

The last regularity stage (RS16, 22,33km) was like a dessert, like a reward after a week of effort and vigilance at the wheel. It allowed all competitors of the 25th Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique to touch the Holy Grail of rally drivers all over the world: driving at night, just for fun and pure pleasure, in […]

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An Alpine is like judo: you can't forget it!

Barely arrived in the parc fermé in Valence, Jean-Claude Andruet spoke of his reunion, half a century after his legendary victory in a blue Alpine Renault. And indeed, given his smile, the idyll has never died out! Still on the attack, the former French judo champion (one more string to his bow) and seller of […]

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SR7: a 1-2 for Italy, podium for Spain

© Scuderia del Grifone They had not yet managed to win a special in this 25th Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique, it’s done and it’s well-deserved. The Italian couple in the 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 TI, Giovanni and Tiziana Chiesa, took first place, all alone, in the SR7 between Lamastre and Colombier-le-Jeune (13.558km), on the last […]

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SR3: the snow, Volvo and Sunbeam…

Due to the snow and ice in the climb to Col de Pennes, a safety speed average, lower than the one originally planned, was imposed on competitors in SR3 (16.13km) between Recoubeau- Jansac and Pennes-le-Sec. It was the third regularity stage of the 25th Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique and it was won by a 1975 Volvo […]

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Automobile Club de Monaco

History will remember that the club was created on 26 August 1890. Called "Sport Vélocipédique de la Principauté (SVP)", it was born from the will of 21 passionate bicycle lovers. In the space of a week, it became the "Sport Vélocipédique Monégasque (SVM)".

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