STAGE 1 : CIRCUIT DU MANS > DEAUVILLE
Route through the Perche and the Pays d’Auge
Arriving at Deauville
Gala dinner and overnight stay in Deauville at the 5-star Hôtel du Normandy
Sunday, March the 7th
DEAUVILLE - PARIS
STAGE 2 : DEAUVILLE > PARIS
Rally route through Normandy and the loops of the Seine
Finish in Paris at the Champs-Elysées – display of the cars
Prizegiving lunch at the Ledoyen Restaurant
More Than 2 hours of track on the Circuit Bugatti at Le Mans!
A packed and prestigious programme lies in store for the hundred or so cars, from among the most beautiful GTs in the world, which are due to take part in the 28th RALLYE DE PARIS. The rally will set off from the Circuit Bugatti at Le Mans, where track sessions are scheduled on Saturday. Then, after lunch served in the “Welcome” restaurant and a traditional Le Mans-style start, some magnificent routes along secondary roads will bring you to Deauville, driving through the Perche and the Pays d’Auge. Wellsuited to your cars, the route we have chosen will surprise you with the rallylike roads it follows and the beautiful scenery it passes through.
In Deauville, after a finish in the town centre, all the participants will stay in the legendary 5-star Hôtel Barrière Normandy (it is also possible to register without accommodation, for those participants who have a second home nearby or who would prefer to reserve a different hotel). Finally, on Sunday, the rally will wend its way from Normandy along the Seine to the finish on the Champs-Elysées in Paris and the prizegiving lunch at the Ledoyen restaurant with its multiple stars.
Over what is usually a sunny weekend, the RALLYE DE PARIS offers enthusiasts the opportunity to discover or rediscover race tracks that host prestigious competitions, perfect their driving, tune or run in a car, or quite simply enjoy themselves in a wellorganized and professional setting.
Irreproachable behavior on the roads is demanded of participants. The roads are open to the public, and therefore the highway code must be scrupulously respected. The attitude of participants with regard to other road users must be exemplary, in the spirit of “gentlemen drivers.” Drivers who do not participate in this spirit will not be welcome and expose themselves to exclusion from a meeting which is reserved for enthusiasts.
Since 1987, RALLYSTORY specializes in the organization of automotive events. The adventure began with the "Trophée en Corse" to expand over the years with a series of rally that is now become the 'classic' as the "Coupe des Alpes" and the "Rallye de Paris", or more recently the "Marrakech Tour ". But the spirit has remained intact ...
RALLYSTORY - 214, rue de Courcelles, 75017 Paris - FRANCE