Car presentation


14.07.2024
Lancia Rally 037 - 1983, Gr. B - Walter Münch/Bruno Schraud


Walter Münsch's collection of Röhrl Monte Carlo winning cars was missing just one, namely the Lancia Rally 037 from 1983. As the original was not available, the option was to have a copy built, which began in 2018 and took until the summer of 2024. Then it was finally finished. Mehr >

14.07.2024
Fiat Uno Turbo - 1986, Gr. 4 - Matteo Pontarolo/Marco Pontarolo


This is an original Fiat Uno Turbo from the Italian Trofeo Fiat Uno rally series from 1986, which was then upgraded to a Group A car with Abarth mechanics and parts in 1989. It was entered in many different Italian rallies in Lombardy, Piedmont and Aosta and also in the 1000 Miglia Rally. For 2024, this Fiat was completely restored and given the Totip design, which was also often driven in the 1986 World Championship. Mehr >

13.07.2024
Talbot Sunbeam Lotus - 1981, Gr. 2 - Peter Schlömer/


Peter Schlömer and Martin Kiefer built this Talbot from a road car to a perfect original copy of the works cars from 1981 and made it also reliable, driving it almost as sideways as Henri Toivonen did in his best days. The works rear axle was rebuilt from a Jaguar unit and even the double exhaust system of the works cars was duplicated. Peter is also one of the leading figures of the Eifel Rallye Festival and some important people behind the scenes of the festival will be sitting in his co-driver's seat. Mehr >

13.07.2024
Opel Ascona A - 1975, Gr. 2 - Alfred Kreuer/Mario Löhr


This Ascona was rebuilt from a well-preserved road car in the Netherlands and Alfred Kreuer took it over from there in 2019. The body, drive train, technology and interior were completely restored and refurbished. In addition, the safety equipment was completed in accordance with the specifications and brought up to the current state of the art. Mehr >

12.07.2024
Audi Sport Quattro S1 - 1985, Gr. B - Harald Demuth/Christian Fellinger
Original

The double German Rally Champion Harald Demuth (in 1982 and 1984 at the wheel of an Audi Quattro) has been part of the Eifel Rallye Festival every year since its foundation in 2011. For 2024, the long-time works driver for Audi, will drive a Sport Quattro owned by Audi Tradition. During his days as a professional rally driver, Demuth drove a Sport Quattro only once: on the RAC Rally of 1986 where he retired with engine failure. Mehr >

12.07.2024
Audi Quattro A2 - 1984, Gr. B - Stig Blomqvist/
Original

This Quattro A2 is part of the huge Audi Tradition collection and is usually at home in Audi’s museum in Ingolstadt. But it will be activated for the 2014 Eifel Rallye Festival and – as in 1984 – driven by Swedish rally ace, Stig Blomqvist. Mehr >

14.07.2024
Lancia Rally 037 - 1983, Gr. B
Walter Münch/Bruno Schraud


Walter Münsch's collection of Röhrl Monte Carlo winning cars was missing just one, namely the Lancia Rally 037 from 1983. As the original was not available, the option was to have a copy built, which began in 2018 and took until the summer of 2024. Then it was finally finished. Mehr >

14.07.2024
Fiat Uno Turbo - 1986, Gr. 4
Matteo Pontarolo/Marco Pontarolo


This is an original Fiat Uno Turbo from the Italian Trofeo Fiat Uno rally series from 1986, which was then upgraded to a Group A car with Abarth mechanics and parts in 1989. It was entered in many different Italian rallies in Lombardy, Piedmont and Aosta and also in the 1000 Miglia Rally. Mehr >

13.07.2024
Talbot Sunbeam Lotus - 1981, Gr. 2
Peter Schlömer/


Peter Schlömer and Martin Kiefer built this Talbot from a road car to a perfect original copy of the works cars from 1981 and made it also reliable, driving it almost as sideways as Henri Toivonen did in his best days. The works rear axle was rebuilt from a Jaguar unit and even the double exhaust system of the works cars was duplicated. Mehr >

13.07.2024
Opel Ascona A - 1975, Gr. 2
Alfred Kreuer/Mario Löhr


This Ascona was rebuilt from a well-preserved road car in the Netherlands and Alfred Kreuer took it over from there in 2019. The body, drive train, technology and interior were completely restored and refurbished. In addition, the safety equipment was completed in accordance with the specifications and brought up to the current state of the art. Mehr >

12.07.2024
Audi Sport Quattro S1 - 1985, Gr. B Original
Harald Demuth/Christian Fellinger


The double German Rally Champion Harald Demuth (in 1982 and 1984 at the wheel of an Audi Quattro) has been part of the Eifel Rallye Festival every year since its foundation in 2011. For 2024, the long-time works driver for Audi, will drive a Sport Quattro owned by Audi Tradition. Mehr >

12.07.2024
Audi Quattro A2 - 1984, Gr. B Original
Stig Blomqvist/


This Quattro A2 is part of the huge Audi Tradition collection and is usually at home in Audi’s museum in Ingolstadt. But it will be activated for the 2014 Eifel Rallye Festival and – as in 1984 – driven by Swedish rally ace, Stig Blomqvist. Mehr >

News

"It always hurts not to be able to say ‘yes’ to everyone who wants to come to our Festival with their historic rally car. We had to close the application for entries, otherwise the list of cancellations would have become even longer," says Reinhard Klein (Cologne), explaining the early closure of the application for a entry in the Twelfth edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival to be held from August 15th to17th, 2024.

Due to the high number of entries received so far, no new entries can be accepted for the time being, and the entry list will be reopened at short notice should any starting places become available after the entries have been checked.

The rush to enter the 12th edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival that is to be held between August 15th and 17th 2024 around Daun in the Volcanic Eifel is, once more, simply amazing. There were eighty-nine entries within the first 24 hours, and after 100 hours there were already one hundred and twenty-seven registrations for this Festival, the largest “mobile rally museum”.

The noticeboard for the participants of the Eifel Rallye Festival 2024 is now online. All information for the teams, the starter lists and the contents of the notice board are available via the "Sportity" app. Information about the app and the password can be found at https://www.eifel-rallye-festival.de/en/Participant.html

You can access the noticeboard directly at https://www.eifel-rallye-festival.de/en/notice-board.html

 

The twelfth edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival will take place in the Volcanic Eifel from August 15th to 17th, 2024. More than one hundred and sixty original or faithfully rebuilt cars from the history of rallying with their owners will once again transform Daun and the surrounding area into the largest rolling rally museum. Up to forty thousand fans will follow the 'thunder' as the vehicles are driven over the challenging asphalt stages.

 

The flyer of the Eifel Rallye Festival 2024 is now available in the download area

- 175 participants from 20 countries worldwide

- Cars from 6 decades of rally history

- Open air cinema showing Helmut Deimels rally films

The twelfth edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival will take place in the Volcanic Eifel from August 15th to 17th, 2024. More than one hundred and sixty original or faithfully rebuilt cars from the history of rallying with their owners will once again transform Daun and the surrounding area into the largest rolling rally museum. Up to forty thousand fans will follow the 'thunder' as the vehicles are driven over the challenging asphalt stages. "More and more people are taking the history of rallying seriously and discovering that you can simply have fun together at our Festival while bridging all country and language borders.

The five winning photos of the 2023 photo competition were selected from around 400 submitted images. Among them, there were certainly many that made it into the shortlist. We have put together a TOP 60 selection from all these entries to give you an idea of the diversity of the submissions.

To the TOP 60

The winners of the 2023 photo competition have been announced. We would like to thank 93 participants from 8 nations for the photos they sent in. The winners have been notified in the meantime and will all receive a 2024 fan package (2 weekend tickets, 1 programme booklet, 1 voucher for the Welcome Evening, 1 baseball cap, 1 complete set of autograph cards and 2 event stickers). The winning photo 2023 was "shot" by Frederico Acosta from Berlin. Congratulations!

 

Anyone who has ever been on the Hintertux glacier may already have sat in the gondola with the #53. Now it is standing in the middle of the rally mile in Daun at the EIfel Rally Festival and is being auctioned off to the highest bidders. But not just like that. Before leaving, three-time ski world champion Nicole 'Niki' Hosp signed the gondola.

The ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival (July 27th/29th, 2023) is now past, the teams have taken down their colourful tents in the city centre of Daun, which has been transformed into the Rally Mile. The more than one hundred and sixty original and faithfully reproduced cars from the history of rallying once again attracted tens of thousands of fans from Europe – and beyond – to the Volcanic Eifel. The VIP’s present were World Champion Stig Blomqvist, Rauno Aaltonen, Bruno Thiry, Kalle Grundel, Nicky Grist, Harald Demuth, Rui Madeira, Rudi Stohl and Niki Schelle all of whom fulfilled countless autograph requests.

The final spurt is on for the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival (July 27th/29th, 2023) and the preparations for the biggest rolling rally museum are in full swing. The first participants and guests have already taken up their quarters in the Volcanic Eifel. The organisation team is growing steadily as more and more helpers are joining the core team to assist with the tasks that now lie ahead. Over the Festival weekend, more than seven hundred people will be active on a voluntary basis to provide the participants and the tens of thousands of fans with the best possible conditions for this worldwide meeting of the rally scene.

The winner 2022

The photo competition of the Eifel Rally Festival will take place again this year.

Attractive prizes await the winners, including the official book "Eifel Rally Festival 2011-2022" with VIP autographs.

 


"It always hurts not to be able to say ‘yes’ to everyone who wants to come to our Festival with their historic rally car. We had to close the application for entries, otherwise the list of cancellations would have become even longer," says Reinhard Klein (Cologne), explaining the early closure of the application for a entry in the Twelfth edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival to be held from August 15th to17th, 2024.


Due to the high number of entries received so far, no new entries can be accepted for the time being, and the entry list will be reopened at short notice should any starting places become available after the entries have been checked.


The rush to enter the 12th edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival that is to be held between August 15th and 17th 2024 around Daun in the Volcanic Eifel is, once more, simply amazing. There were eighty-nine entries within the first 24 hours, and after 100 hours there were already one hundred and twenty-seven registrations for this Festival, the largest “mobile rally museum”.


The noticeboard for the participants of the Eifel Rallye Festival 2024 is now online. All information for the teams, the starter lists and the contents of the notice board are available via the "Sportity" app. Information about the app and the password can be found at https://www.eifel-rallye-festival.de/en/Participant.html

You can access the noticeboard directly at https://www.eifel-rallye-festival.de/en/notice-board.html

 


The twelfth edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival will take place in the Volcanic Eifel from August 15th to 17th, 2024. More than one hundred and sixty original or faithfully rebuilt cars from the history of rallying with their owners will once again transform Daun and the surrounding area into the largest rolling rally museum. Up to forty thousand fans will follow the 'thunder' as the vehicles are driven over the challenging asphalt stages.

 


The flyer of the Eifel Rallye Festival 2024 is now available in the download area

- 175 participants from 20 countries worldwide

- Cars from 6 decades of rally history

- Open air cinema showing Helmut Deimels rally films


The twelfth edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival will take place in the Volcanic Eifel from August 15th to 17th, 2024. More than one hundred and sixty original or faithfully rebuilt cars from the history of rallying with their owners will once again transform Daun and the surrounding area into the largest rolling rally museum. Up to forty thousand fans will follow the 'thunder' as the vehicles are driven over the challenging asphalt stages. "More and more people are taking the history of rallying seriously and discovering that you can simply have fun together at our Festival while bridging all country and language borders.


The five winning photos of the 2023 photo competition were selected from around 400 submitted images. Among them, there were certainly many that made it into the shortlist. We have put together a TOP 60 selection from all these entries to give you an idea of the diversity of the submissions.

To the TOP 60


The winners of the 2023 photo competition have been announced. We would like to thank 93 participants from 8 nations for the photos they sent in. The winners have been notified in the meantime and will all receive a 2024 fan package (2 weekend tickets, 1 programme booklet, 1 voucher for the Welcome Evening, 1 baseball cap, 1 complete set of autograph cards and 2 event stickers). The winning photo 2023 was "shot" by Frederico Acosta from Berlin. Congratulations!

 


Anyone who has ever been on the Hintertux glacier may already have sat in the gondola with the #53. Now it is standing in the middle of the rally mile in Daun at the EIfel Rally Festival and is being auctioned off to the highest bidders. But not just like that. Before leaving, three-time ski world champion Nicole 'Niki' Hosp signed the gondola.


The ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival (July 27th/29th, 2023) is now past, the teams have taken down their colourful tents in the city centre of Daun, which has been transformed into the Rally Mile. The more than one hundred and sixty original and faithfully reproduced cars from the history of rallying once again attracted tens of thousands of fans from Europe – and beyond – to the Volcanic Eifel. The VIP’s present were World Champion Stig Blomqvist, Rauno Aaltonen, Bruno Thiry, Kalle Grundel, Nicky Grist, Harald Demuth, Rui Madeira, Rudi Stohl and Niki Schelle all of whom fulfilled countless autograph requests.


The final spurt is on for the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival (July 27th/29th, 2023) and the preparations for the biggest rolling rally museum are in full swing. The first participants and guests have already taken up their quarters in the Volcanic Eifel. The organisation team is growing steadily as more and more helpers are joining the core team to assist with the tasks that now lie ahead. Over the Festival weekend, more than seven hundred people will be active on a voluntary basis to provide the participants and the tens of thousands of fans with the best possible conditions for this worldwide meeting of the rally scene.

The winner 2022

The photo competition of the Eifel Rally Festival will take place again this year.

Attractive prizes await the winners, including the official book "Eifel Rally Festival 2011-2022" with VIP autographs.