Tour de Corse Historique entries open

Tour de Corse Historique entries open

2022 EDITION 2 - 8 OCTOBER: Do not miss this opportunity to enter for one of the most iconic rallies in the world of historic motor racing.

 
The last edition confirmed the international renown of this unique event as, for the first time in its history, it welcomed a record number of 350 crews entered for the three eligible categories: VHC (historic racing cars), VHRS (historic cars, sporting regularity) and Legend (on show, no timing). Faced with this unprecedented surge in entry requests from all over the world, the organisers were regretfully forced to turn down more than 100 competitors.


Send in your entry from 15th January 2022 onwards so that you will be able to take part in the forthcoming edition of the Tour de Corse Historique run from 2nd to 8th October 2022. Entry forms will be available on line on  www.tourdecorse-historique.fr.

 
Last year the threshold of 350 crews was reached only a few weeks after the opening date for entries. Like the previous editions, the rally will be run over a new route of around 900 kilometres. On the 5-day programme are 18 special stages some of which have been covered in this famous round of the world rally championship. This represents around 350 km on closed roads and 550 km of liaison stages on the most beautiful roadways on the Ile de Beauté.


The Tour de Corse Historique will provide a great opportunity to see again mythic cars, some completely unique, plus famous drivers including ex-champions, former winners of the original race, who have all participated to make this rally a truly legendary event.


ELIGIBLE CATEGORIES: VHC / VHRS / LEGENDE
 

VHC (Historic racing cars):
- Historic competition vehicles from 1947 to 1985 that have a PTH
- Vehicles from the classic competition group between 1977 and 1981 with a three-section passport.
- Competition vehicles from the J2 period (1986 to 1990) with a PTH

VHRS (Sporting regularity historic vehicles):
- Vehicles from 1947 to 1990, choice of four average speeds (High - Intermediate - Low - Reduced)

LEGEND (exhibition without timing):
- Vehicles from 1947 onwards


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