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Pues nada, abro hilo aprovechando que hace apenas uno días se publicaron los primeros esbozos.

This 22nd edition of the Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique distinguishes itself by the diversity of its course, starting with the return of Milan and Athens as starting cities. A 2019 edition that the Organizing Committee of the “Automobile Club de Monaco” has wished to be as attractive as ever, with, most notably, regularity zones that have often been the most memorable moments of the event! This year, once again, numerous will be those who will fight for victory, and thereby succeed to Gianmaria Aghem and Diego Cumino, winners of the 2018 edition with their Lancia Fulvia Coupe 1200.

Only three days after the arrival of the 87th Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo, competitors authorized to race in the 22e Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique will have to face a selective course. As always, the Rallye Historique is reserved to those cars which have participated in the Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo between 1955 and 1980. With the goal of having every competitor have a chance to rank honorably well, there will be, once more, in 2019, three averages to respect and keep up during the entirety of the event.

The start of this 22nd edition will be Wednesday January 30th, with the concentration leg from Glasgow (2159 km / 18:00) and Athens (1489 km / 20:00). Those who leave Friday February 1st will follow Bad Homburg (1175 km / 14:00), Barcelona (929 km / 19:00), Reims (950 km / 19:00), Milan (832 km /20:00) and Monte-Carlo (729 km / 20:00). With a common destination, Buis-les-Baronnies, in the heart of the department of Drôme. There will be a checkpoint that the first competitors will reach Saturday February 2nd around 09:30. A concentration leg that will be far from over, since the crews will have to first go through two regularity zones, well known to the specialists of the event: “Montauban-sur-l’Ouvèze – Saint-André-de-Rosans / RZ 1 / 49.40 km / 10:00” and “La Motte-Chalancon – Saint-Nazaire-le-Désert / RZ 2 / 22.10 km / 12:00”. To end this chapter of the concentration leg, the last time control of the day is planned for Crest at 14:00, before rejoining Valence, Drôme, the host city of the rally where the first competitors will be awaited at the Champs de Mars around 15:00.

Traveling towards the Ardèche department, Sunday February 3rd at 06:50 for the Classification Leg, where the morning program is, “La Croze – Antraigues-sur-Volane / RZ 3 / 57.10 km / 07:50” and its traditional stop in front of the famous Remise, dear to the Jouanny family. Then there will be another legendary stage “Burzet – Lachamp-Raphaël / RZ 4 / 49.40 km / 09:55”, in a new version that goes through Saint-Martial. The mid-day pause is planned for 12:40, at Saint-Agrève market place, where there will be a tasting of regional products, this allows everyone involved to enjoy a pleasurable moment before taking on the loop “Saint-Bonnet-le-Froid / ZR 5 / 25.80 km / 13:20”  then “Saint-Pierre-sur-Doux – Col du Buisson / RZ 6 / 22.60 km / 14:10”. The return to Valence (16:40) will be once more preceded by the traditional and festive stop at the quai Farconnet in Tournon-sur-Rhône starting from 15:50.

Traveling towards the mountains of Vercors and Diois on Monday February 4th at 06:30, for the 1st part of the Common Leg. On this day you will need to be tough, the plan is: “Col Gaudissart – La Cime du Mas / ZR 7 / 18.10 km / 08 :10” via the Col de L’Echarasson (1146m), “Col de l’Arzelier – Saint-Michel-les-Portes / RZ 8 / 29.40 km / 09:50”, “Chichilianne – Les Nonières  / RZ 9 / 21.90 km / 13 :15”, via the Col de Menée (1457 m) and finally, “Mémorial de Vassieux-en-Vercors – Bouvante le Bas / RZ 10 / 24.70 km / 13:20”. The last stop of the day before the return to Valence (15:30) will be at Place du Champ de Mars in Saint-Jean-en-Royans with a time check starting 14:20.

Tuesday February 5th, the departure is planned for 05:30. This 2nd part of the Common Leg will start with “Saint-Nazaire-le-Désert – Gumiane / RZ 11 / 27.00 km / 07:00”, with no less than 7 passes to go through. Competitors still in the race will continue with “Verclause – Laborel / RZ 12 / 27.00 km / 08:30” and the loop “Entrevaux – Entrevaux / RZ 13 / 15.90 km / 12h15” via the col de Félines. The last time check before entering the Parc Fermé in Monaco (14:50) will be at Place Neuve in La Turbie, starting at 14:20.

The departure of the Final Leg, planned for the night of Tuesday 5th to Wednesday February 6th, will take place in Monaco starting at 20:30. On the menu for this last night “Col de Braus – La-Bollène-Vésubie / RZ 14 / 35.40 km / 21:45” and “Lantosque – Lucéram / RZ 15 / 20.60 km / 23:05”. Arrival on the Port Hercule de Monaco around 01:00.

Finally, according to tradition, the Gala and the Prize Giving will take place on the evening of Wednesday February 6th in the Salle des Etoiles du Monte-Carlo Sporting Club (evening dress mandatory or dark clothing mandatory).

PS: Distances and times are subject to change until official publication

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« Última modificación: 07 Agosto 2018, 07:45:57 por Manu »
 

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Re:22º Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique (30 enero a 6 febrero 2019)
« Respuesta #1 en: 10 Agosto 2018, 12:32:19 »


 
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Re:22º Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique (30 enero a 6 febrero 2019)
« Respuesta #2 en: 31 Octubre 2018, 10:30:13 »
Comentar que ayer se publicó algo más de info de la prueba, lo itinerarios etc. Las ciudades de Atenas y Milan vuelven a ser puntos de salida, mientras que la de Barcelona repite su recorrido de salida de España a través de Puigcerdà.

+info: http://acm.mc/en/edition/rallye-monte-carlo-historique-edition-2019/downloadable-documents/
 
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Re:22º Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique (30 enero a 6 febrero 2019)
« Respuesta #3 en: 06 Noviembre 2018, 17:24:01 »
Ganas ya de disfrutar un año más de esta mítica prueba, aunque sea desde el ordenador...


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Re:22º Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique (30 enero a 6 febrero 2019)
« Respuesta #4 en: 07 Noviembre 2018, 08:33:26 »
Vale la pena acudir alguna vez, ya sea como espectactor o como "pirata"... porque de participar ni hablamos jajajaj  8)

 

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Re:22º Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique (30 enero a 6 febrero 2019)
« Respuesta #5 en: 08 Noviembre 2018, 12:30:35 »
Algún día, algún día... ;)


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Re:22º Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique (30 enero a 6 febrero 2019)
« Respuesta #7 en: 17 Diciembre 2018, 15:44:24 »
El día 1 andaremos por Andorra, así que nos arrimaremos al CP de Bourg Madame para ver a los equipos que partieron de Barcelona  :rallye:
 

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Re:22º Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique (30 enero a 6 febrero 2019)
« Respuesta #8 en: 17 Diciembre 2018, 20:52:36 »
El día 1 andaremos por Andorra, así que nos arrimaremos al CP de Bourg Madame para ver a los equipos que partieron de Barcelona  :rallye:
Por esos lugares y a esas horas,hay que abrigarse!!! :borrachin:
 

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Re:22º Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique (30 enero a 6 febrero 2019)
« Respuesta #9 en: 08 Enero 2019, 14:36:53 »
MIND OVER MONTE CARLO – ONE TEAM’S QUEST TO TALK ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH ON THE MONTE CARLO CLASSIQUE RALLY

Talking about mental health problems isn’t just for Christmas. Two former car designers want to open up and kick out the stigma attached to talking about mental health and raise money to help those in need.

Car designer-turned-reverend Adam Gompertz and director of the National Transport Design Centre Craig Callum are joining the Blue Diamond Riley Specialists team, driving a 1949 MG TC from Glasgow to Monaco, to raise much-needed funds for OCD Action during this year’s Monte Carlo Classique Rally (30th January to 3rd February).

Funds raised by Adam and Craig will enable OCD Action to help more people in 2019 with the mental health illness. Donations are welcomed here.

“OCD gets bandied around too much. It’s not an insult, it’s a real, life-altering condition.”, said Adam Gompertz. “I feel, as men specifically, we don’t talk about our problems, including that of our own mental health. Being a Reverend, I try and help as many people as possible, but opening it up to people outside of my parish and including my second passion – cars – is something I’m really trying to do in 2019 and beyond.”

Rather than simply being tidy, or something we might jokingly say we all have, OCD is characterised by disturbing intrusive thoughts (obsessions) producing anxiety which are alleviated only by repetitive actions (compulsions). It can leave sufferers isolated, trapped in an endless cycle of checking and double checking, of being a prisoner to the obsessions and resulting compulsions. Adam himself has battled OCD at various times in his life.

With the mental health charity Mind reporting that one in four people will suffer some form of mental health problem, and that one in six people experience a common mental heath problem such as anxiety and depression each week[1], the need to be raising awareness of these conditions is so important.

Follow the progress Craig and the Reverend make from 30th January as they leave Glasgow and aim to be in Monaco on 3rd February on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter – under #montyonthemonte.

 

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Re:22º Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique (30 enero a 6 febrero 2019)
« Respuesta #11 en: 09 Enero 2019, 15:01:43 »
Ole, ole un español con un 127????
Habra que hacer un seguimiento
 

Desconectado Manu

Re:22º Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique (30 enero a 6 febrero 2019)
« Respuesta #12 en: 10 Enero 2019, 09:07:40 »
Poquísimos españoles amigo  :'( :'(
 

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Re:22º Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique (30 enero a 6 febrero 2019)
« Respuesta #13 en: 11 Enero 2019, 08:14:36 »
Poquísimos españoles amigo  :'( :'(
Doce he contado :bug:
 

Desconectado Manu

Re:22º Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique (30 enero a 6 febrero 2019)
« Respuesta #14 en: 11 Enero 2019, 08:18:59 »
Una pena, aún así estaremos el día 1 en Bourg-Madame viendo a los 20 valientes que saldrán de BCN. Sobre todo, ¡¡¡a ver si empeiza a nevar!!!
 
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