Monte-Carlo Rally, Monaco - Track Information
The Automobile Club de Monaco is celebrating its 75th Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo, which will take place from 18th to 21st January 2007. With three quarters of a century under its belt, the Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo is one of the oldest of all rallies, and will once again kick off the 2007 season, but this time totally redisignated.
The Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo is returning to Ardèche and the Vercors mountains, where its legendary reputation was built. This will be a totally new race experience for most of the current crop of FIA and World Rally Champship contestants, who will have, until now, never raced these roads.
- the Service Park and the Parc Fermé
- the Rally HQ and the Stewart of the Meeting
- the Media Centre
The 75th Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo will run over 1.185 km, 328 km of which are timed and divided into 14 special stages and 1 super special.
The race is open to WRC, S2000 and amateur drivers.
Reconnaissance is on Tuesday 16 and Wednesday 17 January.
Drivers arrive at Shakedown in Mauves from 8:00 am to 12:00 am. Team Service Parks will be located in the centre of the village.
René Isoart, ACM General Commissioner and Clerk of the Course, is pleased to be bringing the race back its historic roots, and hoping this legendary course will attract many amateur drivers.
For further information, please contact Patrick Mannoury, National Press Officer.
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