Eifel Rallye Festival 2024 - Rallye cars A - Z

 

Car presentation


25.07.2024
MG Metro 6R4 - 1987, Gr. B - NIgel Hepburn/Allan Wilson


Nigel Hepburn has been driving his Metro 6R4 since 2018 and chose the rare livery of the 1987 Roger Clark 6R4. The Metro previously raced with a privateer in smaller events in Great Britain. Mehr >

25.07.2024
Ford Escort RS1800 - 1981, Gr. 4 - Dennis Oerlemans/Mike Stacey


The Stacey family has not only added a Ford Transit service van in Rothmans livery to its fleet for 2024, but also another Escort for son Mike. This second one is also an exact copy of the works car with a matt black interior. Mehr >

24.07.2024
Ford Escort RS1600 - 1973, Gr. 4 - Peter Smets/


This Ford Escort is a rebuild of the winning car from the 1973 RAC Rally built by Peter Smets and five friends in the Netherlands during the Corona period. Mehr >

24.07.2024
Ford Escort MK1 Twin Cam - 1975, Gr. 2 - Geareth Kirkham/Neil Kirkham
Original

From 1979 up to 2018 this Escort passed through a further four owners until the Kirkham family could acquire it. It took them six years of restauration until 2024 to get it back into the conditions when Malcolm Wilson used it in 1975. Mehr >

23.07.2024
Ford Escort RS1600 - 1971, Gr. 2 - Tanja Zingelmann-Hartjen/Corbian Zingelmann


This Ford Escort originally raced in Greece as a circuit car, then came to Germany, where Jonas Bellinger converted it into a rally car and Tanja Zingelmann took it over. Tanja is no newcomer to rallying. She has been driving mainly in VW Golfs since 1986 and even won the Stormann Rally in 1992 and the Hamburg Championship in 1997. Then family planning came first. Mehr >

23.07.2024
Ford Falcon Sprint GT - 1964, Gr. 1 - Hemmo Vriend/


You often poke around in the dark when it comes to the history of rallying. Hemmo Vriend had a red Ford Falcon and wanted to prepare it for the 2024 Eifel Rallye Festival. But was there ever a red one? He was even able to speak to Lee Holman on the phone, who had prepared the rally Falcons with the company Holman&Moody in the 1960s; he also only remembered white and a blue one, red had later been Alan Mann's circuit Falcons. So Hemmo decided to repaint the Falcon in the original white colour from 1964. Mehr >

25.07.2024
MG Metro 6R4 - 1987, Gr. B
NIgel Hepburn/Allan Wilson


Nigel Hepburn has been driving his Metro 6R4 since 2018 and chose the rare livery of the 1987 Roger Clark 6R4. The Metro previously raced with a privateer in smaller events in Great Britain. Mehr >

25.07.2024
Ford Escort RS1800 - 1981, Gr. 4
Dennis Oerlemans/Mike Stacey


The Stacey family has not only added a Ford Transit service van in Rothmans livery to its fleet for 2024, but also another Escort for son Mike. This second one is also an exact copy of the works car with a matt black interior. Mehr >

24.07.2024
Ford Escort RS1600 - 1973, Gr. 4
Peter Smets/


This Ford Escort is a rebuild of the winning car from the 1973 RAC Rally built by Peter Smets and five friends in the Netherlands during the Corona period. Mehr >

24.07.2024
Ford Escort MK1 Twin Cam - 1975, Gr. 2 Original
Geareth Kirkham/Neil Kirkham


From 1979 up to 2018 this Escort passed through a further four owners until the Kirkham family could acquire it. It took them six years of restauration until 2024 to get it back into the conditions when Malcolm Wilson used it in 1975. Mehr >

23.07.2024
Ford Escort RS1600 - 1971, Gr. 2
Tanja Zingelmann-Hartjen/Corbian Zingelmann


This Ford Escort originally raced in Greece as a circuit car, then came to Germany, where Jonas Bellinger converted it into a rally car and Tanja Zingelmann took it over. Tanja is no newcomer to rallying. She has been driving mainly in VW Golfs since 1986 and even won the Stormann Rally in 1992 and the Hamburg Championship in 1997. Mehr >

23.07.2024
Ford Falcon Sprint GT - 1964, Gr. 1
Hemmo Vriend/


You often poke around in the dark when it comes to the history of rallying. Hemmo Vriend had a red Ford Falcon and wanted to prepare it for the 2024 Eifel Rallye Festival. Mehr >

News

"It always hurts not to be able to say ‘yes’ to everyone who wants to come to our Festival with their historic rally car. We had to close the application for entries, otherwise the list of cancellations would have become even longer," says Reinhard Klein (Cologne), explaining the early closure of the application for a entry in the Twelfth edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival to be held from August 15th to17th, 2024.

Due to the high number of entries received so far, no new entries can be accepted for the time being, and the entry list will be reopened at short notice should any starting places become available after the entries have been checked.

The rush to enter the 12th edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival that is to be held between August 15th and 17th 2024 around Daun in the Volcanic Eifel is, once more, simply amazing. There were eighty-nine entries within the first 24 hours, and after 100 hours there were already one hundred and twenty-seven registrations for this Festival, the largest “mobile rally museum”.

The noticeboard for the participants of the Eifel Rallye Festival 2024 is now online. All information for the teams, the starter lists and the contents of the notice board are available via the "Sportity" app. Information about the app and the password can be found at https://www.eifel-rallye-festival.de/en/Participant.html

You can access the noticeboard directly at https://www.eifel-rallye-festival.de/en/notice-board.html

 

The twelfth edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival will take place in the Volcanic Eifel from August 15th to 17th, 2024. More than one hundred and sixty original or faithfully rebuilt cars from the history of rallying with their owners will once again transform Daun and the surrounding area into the largest rolling rally museum. Up to forty thousand fans will follow the 'thunder' as the vehicles are driven over the challenging asphalt stages.

 

The flyer of the Eifel Rallye Festival 2024 is now available in the download area

- 175 participants from 20 countries worldwide

- Cars from 6 decades of rally history

- Open air cinema showing Helmut Deimels rally films

The twelfth edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival will take place in the Volcanic Eifel from August 15th to 17th, 2024. More than one hundred and sixty original or faithfully rebuilt cars from the history of rallying with their owners will once again transform Daun and the surrounding area into the largest rolling rally museum. Up to forty thousand fans will follow the 'thunder' as the vehicles are driven over the challenging asphalt stages. "More and more people are taking the history of rallying seriously and discovering that you can simply have fun together at our Festival while bridging all country and language borders.

The five winning photos of the 2023 photo competition were selected from around 400 submitted images. Among them, there were certainly many that made it into the shortlist. We have put together a TOP 60 selection from all these entries to give you an idea of the diversity of the submissions.

To the TOP 60

The winners of the 2023 photo competition have been announced. We would like to thank 93 participants from 8 nations for the photos they sent in. The winners have been notified in the meantime and will all receive a 2024 fan package (2 weekend tickets, 1 programme booklet, 1 voucher for the Welcome Evening, 1 baseball cap, 1 complete set of autograph cards and 2 event stickers). The winning photo 2023 was "shot" by Frederico Acosta from Berlin. Congratulations!

 

Anyone who has ever been on the Hintertux glacier may already have sat in the gondola with the #53. Now it is standing in the middle of the rally mile in Daun at the EIfel Rally Festival and is being auctioned off to the highest bidders. But not just like that. Before leaving, three-time ski world champion Nicole 'Niki' Hosp signed the gondola.

The ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival (July 27th/29th, 2023) is now past, the teams have taken down their colourful tents in the city centre of Daun, which has been transformed into the Rally Mile. The more than one hundred and sixty original and faithfully reproduced cars from the history of rallying once again attracted tens of thousands of fans from Europe – and beyond – to the Volcanic Eifel. The VIP’s present were World Champion Stig Blomqvist, Rauno Aaltonen, Bruno Thiry, Kalle Grundel, Nicky Grist, Harald Demuth, Rui Madeira, Rudi Stohl and Niki Schelle all of whom fulfilled countless autograph requests.

The final spurt is on for the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival (July 27th/29th, 2023) and the preparations for the biggest rolling rally museum are in full swing. The first participants and guests have already taken up their quarters in the Volcanic Eifel. The organisation team is growing steadily as more and more helpers are joining the core team to assist with the tasks that now lie ahead. Over the Festival weekend, more than seven hundred people will be active on a voluntary basis to provide the participants and the tens of thousands of fans with the best possible conditions for this worldwide meeting of the rally scene.

The winner 2022

The photo competition of the Eifel Rally Festival will take place again this year.

Attractive prizes await the winners, including the official book "Eifel Rally Festival 2011-2022" with VIP autographs.

 


"It always hurts not to be able to say ‘yes’ to everyone who wants to come to our Festival with their historic rally car. We had to close the application for entries, otherwise the list of cancellations would have become even longer," says Reinhard Klein (Cologne), explaining the early closure of the application for a entry in the Twelfth edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival to be held from August 15th to17th, 2024.


Due to the high number of entries received so far, no new entries can be accepted for the time being, and the entry list will be reopened at short notice should any starting places become available after the entries have been checked.


The rush to enter the 12th edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival that is to be held between August 15th and 17th 2024 around Daun in the Volcanic Eifel is, once more, simply amazing. There were eighty-nine entries within the first 24 hours, and after 100 hours there were already one hundred and twenty-seven registrations for this Festival, the largest “mobile rally museum”.


The noticeboard for the participants of the Eifel Rallye Festival 2024 is now online. All information for the teams, the starter lists and the contents of the notice board are available via the "Sportity" app. Information about the app and the password can be found at https://www.eifel-rallye-festival.de/en/Participant.html

You can access the noticeboard directly at https://www.eifel-rallye-festival.de/en/notice-board.html

 


The twelfth edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival will take place in the Volcanic Eifel from August 15th to 17th, 2024. More than one hundred and sixty original or faithfully rebuilt cars from the history of rallying with their owners will once again transform Daun and the surrounding area into the largest rolling rally museum. Up to forty thousand fans will follow the 'thunder' as the vehicles are driven over the challenging asphalt stages.

 


The flyer of the Eifel Rallye Festival 2024 is now available in the download area

- 175 participants from 20 countries worldwide

- Cars from 6 decades of rally history

- Open air cinema showing Helmut Deimels rally films


The twelfth edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival will take place in the Volcanic Eifel from August 15th to 17th, 2024. More than one hundred and sixty original or faithfully rebuilt cars from the history of rallying with their owners will once again transform Daun and the surrounding area into the largest rolling rally museum. Up to forty thousand fans will follow the 'thunder' as the vehicles are driven over the challenging asphalt stages. "More and more people are taking the history of rallying seriously and discovering that you can simply have fun together at our Festival while bridging all country and language borders.


The five winning photos of the 2023 photo competition were selected from around 400 submitted images. Among them, there were certainly many that made it into the shortlist. We have put together a TOP 60 selection from all these entries to give you an idea of the diversity of the submissions.

To the TOP 60


The winners of the 2023 photo competition have been announced. We would like to thank 93 participants from 8 nations for the photos they sent in. The winners have been notified in the meantime and will all receive a 2024 fan package (2 weekend tickets, 1 programme booklet, 1 voucher for the Welcome Evening, 1 baseball cap, 1 complete set of autograph cards and 2 event stickers). The winning photo 2023 was "shot" by Frederico Acosta from Berlin. Congratulations!

 


Anyone who has ever been on the Hintertux glacier may already have sat in the gondola with the #53. Now it is standing in the middle of the rally mile in Daun at the EIfel Rally Festival and is being auctioned off to the highest bidders. But not just like that. Before leaving, three-time ski world champion Nicole 'Niki' Hosp signed the gondola.


The ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival (July 27th/29th, 2023) is now past, the teams have taken down their colourful tents in the city centre of Daun, which has been transformed into the Rally Mile. The more than one hundred and sixty original and faithfully reproduced cars from the history of rallying once again attracted tens of thousands of fans from Europe – and beyond – to the Volcanic Eifel. The VIP’s present were World Champion Stig Blomqvist, Rauno Aaltonen, Bruno Thiry, Kalle Grundel, Nicky Grist, Harald Demuth, Rui Madeira, Rudi Stohl and Niki Schelle all of whom fulfilled countless autograph requests.


The final spurt is on for the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival (July 27th/29th, 2023) and the preparations for the biggest rolling rally museum are in full swing. The first participants and guests have already taken up their quarters in the Volcanic Eifel. The organisation team is growing steadily as more and more helpers are joining the core team to assist with the tasks that now lie ahead. Over the Festival weekend, more than seven hundred people will be active on a voluntary basis to provide the participants and the tens of thousands of fans with the best possible conditions for this worldwide meeting of the rally scene.

The winner 2022

The photo competition of the Eifel Rally Festival will take place again this year.

Attractive prizes await the winners, including the official book "Eifel Rally Festival 2011-2022" with VIP autographs.