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For the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival taking place next weekend, a total of 64 Group B and Group S cars will make their way to the beautiful Vulkaneifel region in the very west of Germany setting an all-time record. The number of cars coming to Daun from July 21-23 even tops the best WRC rounds of the mid-80s. In the heyday of Group B rallying, that record was set by the 1000 Lakes Rally of 1984 where 63 Group B cars entered.



Audi Quattro, Opel Manta, Lancia 037, MG Metro, Peugeot 205 T16, Ford RS200 - miniature versions of all these Group B supercars are shown side by side on the "Group B Memorial Plaque", a one-off souvenir made by Bernd's Rally Miniatures exclusively for the Eifel Rallye Festival. The plaque will be officially revealed during the Welcome Evening and there it will also be signed by all VIP drivers taking part in the event.



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New information for the participants

In the area of the participants you can find new files and information from the clerk of the course.

The organisers of the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival have published the entry list of this year's event that will take place from July 21-23, 2016. The line-up of the three-day demonstration event is simply stunning and comprises participants from 17 countries, cars from 36 different manufacturers and more than 60 spectacular Group B and S cars.



Participants from 17 countries, 36 different car models and more than 60 spectacular Group B and S cars: The Eifel Rallye Festival is set to be a superlative event. From now on, the complete entry list of the event is online.



Bid for a co-drive with Walter Röhrl - Auction is finished

The auction "Bid for a co-drive with Walter Röhrl during the Eifel Rallye Festival" is finished with an amount of 4.565,55 EUR.

We very warmly congratulate the winner.

When does the next demonstration stage start? And who is the guy driving car number 10? The answer to these and many other questions can be found in the Eifel Rallye Festival App. Wherever you are, this information tool keeps you updated throughout the event.



In 2015, the organisers of the Eifel Rallye Festival tried a new concept intended for those rally cars which are either too fragile or too valuable for a full weekend of rallying over more than 100 kms of stages - or perhaps cannot not get approval to drive on the open road.



The auction has begun: This is without doubt the chance of a lifetime for any rally fan. Very soon you will able to bid on eBay for a ride with Walter Röhrl in an original Group B Audi Sport Quattro, now owned by Wolf-Dieter Ihle.



Thirty years after they were banned from international rallying, the Group B cars will celebrate their greatest show ever at the ADAC Eifel Rallye Festival (July 21-23, 2016). The MSC Daun, organisers of the three-day demonstration event, are proud to announce that they have, by now, confirmation that 65 Group B and Group S cars ...



Avec les petits films suivants, nous voulons vous montrer en avant, quoi attendre à chaque points de spectateurs sur les épreuves de démonstration. L'emplacement exact et l’accès aux points spectateurs peuvent être trouvés dans notre livret de programme.



The Return of Group B is the theme for this year's Eifel Rallye Festival (July 21-23, 2016) and it will almost certainly be the biggest collection of Group B cars in one place since this category was banned from international rallying in 1986. "Already we have fifty-five Group B and Group S cars confirmed that will attend the Eifel Rallye Festival.



This is without doubt the chance of a lifetime for any rally fan. Very soon you will able to bid on eBay for a ride with Walter Röhrl in an original Group B Audi Sport Quattro, now owned by Wolf-Dieter Ihle.



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.