The Rallye Monte Carlo Historique will run from January 27 to February 2, offering a 2500km route from five start venues.
Cars from between 1957 and ’77 will converge for a common route from starts at Oslo. Turin, Barcelona, Reims and Monte Carlo. The main competitive route, comprising 13 regularity stages, will run on classic Monte Carlo Rally roads and the world famous Col du Turini will feature on the final leg.
2004 victor Monty Karlan will be aiming for a second win and his fifth podium finish in the event’s history.
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