Since there is no sportive competition in the Eifel Rallye Festival, the winners of the demonstration are decided by a jury of experts - not an easy task considering the stunning entry of this year's event.
The ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival held from July 21-23, 2016 was an event that not only celebrated the history of rallying, it also made history itself. With more than sixty Group B and Group S cars lining up in the Rally Mile in Daun, the demonstration event saw the biggest collection of those supercars ever collected in one place.
30 Jahre nach seiner Schöpfung wird er erstmals öffentlich zum Leben erweckt: Beim Eifel Rallye Festival an diesem Wochenende zündet Audi Tradition den 1986 gebauten, aber bis dato nie vor Publikum bewegten Gruppe-S-Prototypen.
One of several unique characteristics of the Eifel Rallye Festival is the fact that there is no sporting contest whatsoever. Out on the demonstration stages around Daun, it is not about speed or regularity - but still there is a Prize Giving during the Rally Party on Sunday night. How does that come about? At first, the spectators were allowed to vote for their winners.
For the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival taking place next weekend, a total of 64 Group B and Group S cars will make their way to the beautiful Vulkaneifel region in the very west of Germany setting an all-time record.
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The organisers of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival have published the entry list of this year's event that will take place from July 21-23, 2016. The line-up of the three-day demonstration event is simply stunning and comprises participants from 17 countries, cars from 36 different manufacturers and more than 60 spectacular Group B and S cars.
Participants from 17 countries, 36 different car models and more than 60 spectacular Group B and S cars: The Eifel Rallye Festival is set to be a superlative event. From now on, the complete entry list of the event is online.
When does the next demonstration stage start? And who is the guy driving car number 10? The answer to these and many other questions can be found in the Eifel Rallye Festival App. Wherever you are, this information tool keeps you updated throughout the event.
In 2015, the organisers of the Eifel Rallye Festival tried a new concept intended for those rally cars which are either too fragile or too valuable for a full weekend of rallying over more than 100 kms of stages - or perhaps cannot not get approval to drive on the open road.
The auction has begun: This is without doubt the chance of a lifetime for any rally fan. Very soon you will able to bid on eBay for a ride with Walter Röhrl in an original Group B Audi Sport Quattro, now owned by Wolf-Dieter Ihle.