RALLY LIVE – THE PYRENEES 1000 RALLY
The Pyrenees 1000 is a new competitive classic car rally through the Pyrenees mountain range, as its name suggests, it takes advantage of some great roads and passes that are seldom used. Below is the route we will be taking over the next 4 days.
PYRENEES 1000 PARTICIPANTS
- Erich & Alexandra Hoop
1926 Bentley 3 Litre
- Marco Rollinger & Marianne Hengsch
1954 Ferrari BB 512 Coupe
- Adam Cope & Michael Murray
- Julian Reddyhough & Adrian Pope
1966 Aston Martin DB6
- Simon & Jo-Anne Skelton
1967 MGB GT
- Nicholas Seaton-Burridge & Dennis Greenslade
1967 E-Type Jaguar
- Dominic Manser & Gill Brum
1980 AC Cobra
- Mareen Windisch & Katharina Schmitz
1974 Mercedes 280S
SEE WHERE THE PARTICIPANTS
ARE ON OUR GARMIN TRACKER
KEEP IN THE LOOP
Keep up-to-date with all of our Rally participants whilst they take part on one of our Worldwide Rallies. Here you will be able to track the rally via our Garmin device so you can see how the participants are getting on daily. We also have daily blogs from resident blogger Finella Kilner and a daily array of beautiful imagery to have a peek at.
Our next rally is The Pyrenees 1000, September 13 to 16, 2018 – so make sure you check back for all the latest!. Alternatively you can register for our e-newsletter below and we will let you know as soon as the Rally Live takes to The Pyrenees.
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4 DAY COMPETITION EVENT
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