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Rallye Monte Carlo Historique celebrates 20 years

Rallye Monte Carlo Historique celebrates 20 years

By Staff Writer - July 20, 2016

NEWS: To mark the 20th anniversary of the Rallye Monte Carlo Historique, the starting cities will have the pleasure of participating in a completely new event: the “Rallye Monte Carlo Classique”. A maximum of ten cars per city will take part in the rally, with Monte-Carlo as the destination, without time checks, the Automobile Club de Monaco said.

For these cars, FIA or FIVA identification will not be needed. But only exceptional cars, from a model, which participated in a Rally Monte Carlo after 1926, will be accepted, AMC has announced.

Lisbon will be added to Barcelona, Bad Homburg, Copenhagen, Glasgow, Rheims, and Stockholm as a starting point for the Classique rally.

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