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Lisbon joins the Monte Carlo Rally club

Lisbon joins the Monte Carlo Rally club

By Staff Writer - December 18, 2016

12 - 1One more city has been added to the departure points of the new Rally Monte-Carlo Classique. Lisbon joins Barcelona, Bad Homburg, Copenhagen, Glasgow, Reims and Stockholm as a starting city, each with a maximum of ten cars.

This fun-only event celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Rally Monte-Carlo Historique, and F.I.A. or FIVA identities form will not be needed, Monaco’s Automobile Club says.

However, only exceptional cars, of a same model that actually participated in a Rally Monte Carlo between 1911 and 1980, will be accepted. The Rally starts on Wednesday, January 25. More information is available at Automobile Club de Monaco.

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