Alpine A110 1600SC - 1971, Gr. 4 - Michael Splettstösser/Hartmut Papenbaum
When Michael 'Speedy' Splettströsser bought this Alpine A110 back in 1994, it was only partly restored and not assembled. Splettströsser finished the job and turned this A110 into a replica of the works cars from 1971. Mehr >
Trabant P 800 RS - 1986, Gr. A - Oliver Hermans/Marc Hermans
The father and son team of Mark and Olivier Hermans had the idea to drive a rally car which is not seen very often in Belgium. Thus they sold their Ford Escort and bought a 1963 Trabant. In 2011, they began to restore the car, a project which took them three years. Mehr >
Ralf Fischer has bought this TR7 in Belgium in 2008. The previous owner had an accident and thus equipped the front of the car with some Vauxhall parts. In 2011, Ralf Fischer eventually brought the car back into its original shape only to find out in 2012 that this TR7 is actually Terry Kaby´s works car from 1979. Mehr >
Alpine A 110 - 1973, Gr. 4 - Thomas Delago/Raphael Bender
A standard Alpine A 110 was transferred from Thomas Delago into an exact copy of the works cars that dominated the second half of the 1973 rally season. Its glass-fibre body makes the car only 750kg heavy. Mehr >
Alfa Romeo GTV 6 - 1983, Gr. A - Xander Heijnen/
While Xander Heijnen has worked for many different car manufacturers, the car brand that probably started it all was Alfa Romeo. As a teenager, he spent nearly all of his spare time in or under a Giulia or GTV-6 and - as such - the idea of owning and racing his own Alfa had been on his mind for a long time. Mehr >
VW 1303S - 1973, Gr. 2 - James Calvert/Craig Cameron
This VW was found in Italy after a long research. It was owned by an elderly gentleman who had run an independent VW repair business who claimed it to be an ex- Källström car and would include pictures and documents of this in the sale. Mehr >
This year, the roaring from the cars and crowds will be louder than ever at the Eifel Rallye Festival (July 21-23, 2016). The three-day event is celebrating the ever-popular Group B supercars thirty years after they were banned from international rallying.
You can by the programmes and weekend-tickets of the Eifel Rallye Festival in our webshop. The official programme of the Eifel Rallye Festival contains detailed descriptions of the stages and designated spectator areas in German, English and French. Furthermore it includes a general map and complete start lists with pictures of all participating cars.
There is just one month to go until the entry list of the 2016 Eifel Rallye Festival opens. Starting on March 1st, teams can apply for one of the highly sought-after entries in this enormously popular demonstration event held in and around Daun in the Vulkaneifel region. The necessary documents are then available in the participant area.