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"For a long time we've been hoping to avoid this, but now it's necessary to cancel the 2020 Festival," explains organisation manager Otmar Anschütz from the organising club, the MSC Daun, in a statement made today. "The restrictions imposed by the Corona pandemic make it impossible to hold the Festival at the end of July without danger to everyone involved. In addition, it is not foreseeable whether our international participants and guests would even be able to come to us at all.



From 23rd to 25th of July 2020, the Jubilee is due to take place in the volcanic Eifel region around Daun. The tenth edition of the Eifel Rally Festival, the world's largest rolling rally museum, is coming up. But it is not yet certain whether this year will see a live presentation of original rally history. At the moment, nobody can reliably estimate what restrictions the Corona pandemic may still require. "It is a difficult time. We want to celebrate the anniversary festival together with the participants and fans. But only if this major event can be held safely for everyone involved," explains Otmar Anschütz the event manager from the organizing MSC Daun. "We are continuing to work on the preparations but are keeping an eye on all the developments. We will make the final decision in mid-May.



Due to the current situation regarding the Corona Pandemic, the opening of the webshop of the Eifel Rallye Festival is postponed. We ask for your understanding for this measure.



Dear friends of the Eifel Rallye Festival.

the preparations for the Eifel Rallye Festival continue to run montanly in normal tracks and we hope that the current situation of the Corona pandemic will relax until the end of May. At the latest then we have to decide if our anniversary festival can take place this year. We are very confident and would be happy to see you all healthy again in Daun from 23-25.07.2020.



Regulations for the Eifel Rallye Festival

The regulations for the Eifel Rallye Festival are now available in the section  Participants-Noticeboard. Further files are available in the section participant-forms section.

To the section participants

The entry list for the Eifel Rallye Festival opens on 1 March 2020.

 

For ten years now, the Eifel Rallye Festival has been presenting the history of rallying - live, original and above all close up. The jubilee event that will run from July 23rd to the 25th 2020 in the Volcanic Eifel area around Daun promises to be an absolute cracker. Already before the opening of the entry list in March there are many requests to participate. "In order to allow a large variety of vehicles, we have to pay even closer attention this year to only allow a limited number of individual models.



Entry list for the Eifel Rallye Festival

The entry list for the Eifel Rallye Festival opens on 1 March 2020 and the entry forms will be available as an online form from that date.

After filling in and sending the form, the participant will receive a completed PDF document by email.

Entry forms

 

Eifel Rallye Festival 2020 -Flyer for the 10-year anniversary

The flyer for the anniversary event of the Eifel Rallye Festival is now available in the download area.

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The webshop of the Eifel Rallye Festival will open at the end of March

Also this year there is the possibility to order the programmes and weekend-tickets to the Eifel Rallye Festival via internet. 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. Saturday and day tickets cannot be ordered. Details of prices and the ordering process will be published here in good time.

The tenth edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival will take place in the Volcanic Eifel from July 23rd/25th, 2020 and will based again in Daun. "This is a unique success story," says its Organisation Manager, Otmar Anschütz, as he looks forward to the anniversary. "When the MSC Daun decided to hold the Festival instead of the previous national stage rally starting in 2011, we were all very confident. But none of us would have ever dreamed that it would become such a big success.”



Former world champion Stig Blomqvist - permanent guest at the Eifel Rallye Festival - is well on his way to repeating his victory of 2015 at the East African Safari Classic. After halfway through the rest day in Tangier, he took the lead and is now moving away. The surprise man of the rally is the Austrian Kris Rosenberger, like Blomqvist in a Porsche 911.



The Visser family was visited today by Ursula Kleinmanns, Reinhard Klein and Otmar Anschütz. The joy was great - on both sides. The organisers of the Eifel Rallye Festival were particularly pleased with the couple's considerable progress towards recovery. But also the plans for the visit of the anniversary festival in July 2020 were addressed. "We invited them and would be very happy if the visit could be realized!



The date for the tenth anniversary edition of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival is set. From July 23rd to the 25th next year, the tenth edition will take place in the Vulkaneifel centred, as usual, around the starting and finishing point of Daun. As in the previous nine years, around one hundred and sixty rally cars covering fifty years of rally history will bring the fans to the tracks of this fascinating sport over the Festival weekend.



The shakedown of this year's Eifel Rallye Festival was over before it had really started. There were some injured in an accident, the worst ones were Titia and Mets Visser from the Netherlands. Many participants, helpers, functionaries and fans asked again and again about their state of health. With the agreement of both spouses, we are giving an update today:



Bram Lambrechts, Herk-deStad, Belgien, Gilian van Harmelen, Almere, Niederlande, Andreas Dietrich, Langöns, Deutschland, Nina Müller, Düsseldorf, Christoph Schneider, Hamburg, Deutschland - these are the five photographers that have impressed our chief juror Reinhard Klein most with their particularly spectacular, atmospheric, artistic or simply inventive pictures and are thus the winners of this year's photo competition. They have 'beaten' 82 photographers from 10 different countries who have send in a total of more than 400 images.