Rally fans visiting the Eifel Rallye Festival have no less than two chances to win a "Ride of their Lifetime" on the shakedown stage during Thursday, July 20th. In cooperation with Hyundai, the organisers will offer one co-drive with Thierry Neuville in the Hyundai i20 WRC and one with Armin Schwarz in a 2003 Hyundai Accent WRC.
Alpine A110 1600SC - 1971, Gr. 4 - Michael Splettstösser/Hartmut Papenbaum
When Michael 'Speedy' Splettströsser bought this Alpine A110 back in 1994, it was only partly restored and not assembled. Splettströsser finished the job and turned this A110 into a replica of the works cars from 1971. Mehr >
Opel Ascona B - 1979, Gr. 2 - Michel Smets/Han de Bock,
This Group 2 Opel Ascona B is owned and built by the Belgian Opel rallycar specialist Willy Cools (CRS Team) and is regularly driven by showdriver Michel Smets and co-driver Jos Laudus on several Belgian rally and regularity events such as the wellknown Legends Boucles de Bastogne. Mehr >
Ford Falcon Sprint - 1964, Gr. 2 - Ronald Sinclair/Helen Sinclair
The Sinclairs own this Falcon since 1970 and competed in many historic rallies in Britain and Ireland from 1990 to 1996. After that, Roland Sinclair was working in Asia for many years and did not have the chance to use it anymore. Thus a major rebuild of the car was needed to reactivate it for 2014. Mehr >
Audi Sport Quattro - 1984, Gr. B - Dermott Simpson/David Johnson
Several years ago, Dermott Simpson bought the original Sport Quattro (chassis RS02) which was driven by Michèle Mouton on the RAC Rally of 1984. Then came the problem: What to do when you try to conserve the works car as good as possible and at the same time like to drive it on special stages. But Dermott came up with a solution. Mehr >
Porsche 924 Carrera GT - 1981, Gr. 4 - Thomas Schöfer/Julian Schöfer
Thomas Schöfer has turned this Porsche 924 Carrera GT from a standard road car to a rally car by himself. He choose this Porsche for two reasons: Thomas wanted to have a car of the pre-Group B era, and he wanted a car with turbocharging since he is involved in the development of turbochargers in his regular job. Mehr >
Ford Escort RS1800 - 1978, Gr. 4 - Didier Simonis/Viviane Nix
Didier Simonis built a nice copy of this colourful Escort and since 2012 it even has the right interior colour which was than satin-black. Mehr >
The organisers of the Eifel Rallye Festival are proud to announce that the entry list for their demonstration event for historic rally cars is once again completely full. The three-day event held between July 20th & 22nd in the Vulkaneifel region just south of the Nürburgring will welcome around 170 cars representing 'Six Decades of Rallying', the theme of this year's edition of the Festival.
The organisers of the Eifel Rallye Festival, a unique demonstration event for historic rally cars that will be held between July 20th & 22nd, have announced the theme of their 2017 edition. It will celebrate ‘Six Decades of Rallying’ with cars and drivers representing all decades from the 1960s right up until today.
You can by the programmes and weekend-tickets of the Eifel Rallye Festival in our webshop. The official programme of the Eifel Rallye Festival contains detailed descriptions of the stages and designated spectator areas in German, English and French. Furthermore it includes a general map and complete start lists with pictures of all participating cars.
Just two weeks after the entry list opened for the seventh edition of the Eifel Rallye Festival (July 20-22, 2017), nearly half a dozen WRC stars have confirmed their participation in this demonstration event held in the beautiful Vulkaneifel region.
Over the past few years for one weekend in summer, the Vulkaneifel market town of Daun has become a site of pilgrimage for rally aficionados. Fans from all parts of Europe come to visit the spectacular ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival - a demonstration event for famous historic rally cars and their replications all running on special stages in proper rally conditions.
The entry list for the Eifel rallye Festival 2017 open on March 1st. 2017. The entry form as well as further documents for the participants will be available for download on our website from this date.
A few days ago, we launched a new Facebook page for the 2017 edition of the Eifel Rallye Festival which will take place from July 20-22 2017 and stick to its successful and proven concept. To get all news on the Festival, please also follow us at www.facebook.com/EifelRallyeFestival2017.
We are looking forward to your visit on Facebook - and in the real world during the 2017 Festival.