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ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival 2018 - Double duties

The line-up of cars and drivers coming to the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival in Daun/Germany is growing quickly and now also features two former World Rally Champions. Stig Blomqvist, who secured the WRC title in 1984, is one of the fixtures of the demonstration event for classic rally cars. The popular Swede, who was crowned an 'Ambassador of Rallying' at last year's Festival, will be part of the event again this year.

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Car presentation

Porsche 924 Carrera GT - 1981, Gr. 4 - Thomas Schöfer/Julian Schöfer

Thomas Schöfer has turned this Porsche 924 Carrera GT from a standard road car to a rally car by himself. He choose this Porsche for two reasons: Thomas wanted to have a car of the pre-Group B era, and he wanted a car with turbocharging since he is involved in the development of turbochargers in his regular job. Mehr >

Lancia Delta Integrale 16V - 1991, Gr. A - Christophe Schmitz/Ina Lotz

This Integrale has been re-built completely after an accident back in 1994. Then it was used in two more rallies before it was parked in a garage in 1999. Now the original car from the 1991 Catalunya Rally was revived for the 2014 Eifel Rallye Festival and is back in its Marlboro colours. Mehr >

Mercedes 190E 2,5-16 - 1987, Gr. A - Thomas Schäberle/Andreas Bergmann

Thomas Schäberle could have earned his money as a waiter or a paper boy, but as it turned out he applied for a job at Mercedes during his summer holidays at school. And he got it. Schäberle worked in the pre-development department which was headed by a certain Erich Waxenberger. Mehr >

Toyota Corolla SR1600 - 1977, Gr. 2 - Kenneth Saust/Daniel Thuesen

Kenneth purchased the car in 2000 and brought the car back into rally action in 2003 after a massive restoration. From 2003 to 2015, the car was used regularly in classic stage rallies and sprints, mainly in Denmark and Sweden. An entry in the 2008 Eifel Rally is also part of the history. Mehr >


ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival 2018 - The rush of entries is as huge as ever

The ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival, held from July 19 to 21 around Daun/Germany, will go into its eighth year in 2018 and the interest in the demonstration event for classic rally cars is certainly not easing. "Only a few places in the entries list are still vacant right now, we expect to be booked fully once again", says Reinhard Klein, head of the 'Slowly Sideways' group that ratifies the entry list.

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The webshop is open

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.

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Flyer of the Eifel Rallye Festival 2018 - Update

A new version of the Flyer of the Eifel Rallye Festival 2018 is available now in the download area.

Eifel Rallye Festival without Röhrl

Due to other commitments for Porsche, Walter Röhrl will not participate in the Eifel Rallye Festival this year. The two-time World Rally Champion was supposed to be part of the "Pikes Peak Parade" and drive his original winning car from the 1987 "Race to the Clouds"..

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Eifel Rallye Festival 2018 – Celebrating the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

As is traditional, the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival held in Daun/Germany from July 19-21 2018 runs each yearwith a different theme. In the past, the famous demonstration event has already celebrated the 'Safari Rally', '30 Years of Group B' and 'Six Decades of Rallying'. For 2018, it has been decided to dedicate the event to the legendary Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in the US. At the 'Race to the Clouds', held in the Rocky Mountains, the competitors have to tackle 19.99 km and 156 corners before they reach the summit of Pikes Peak at an altitude of 4,301 m.

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ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival 2018 – New Challenges

The eighth edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival is due to take place from July 19th to 21st, 2018 and will feature some new highlights for spectators and drivers alike. During the winter, the organisers have gone the extra mile to include two new stages in this demonstration event for classic rally cars. Entries for this normally over-subscribed event will open on March 1st, 2018.

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Link to the official Facebook page

The link to the official Facebook page of the Eifel Rallye Festival has changed as follows: