Legendary roads, a matchless atmosphere, and iconic cars in the heart of the Principality: year after year, the Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique always lives up to its promise!
For this 2022 edition, the 24th in its history, the Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique saw the return of the concentration legs, with three emblematic cities on the starting list: Bad Homburg (a city in western Germany with a strong automotive culture - ed.), Milan and Reims.
Another feature of this year's race was the number of regulatory stages: 17, a record! Over the five days of the Rally, the competitors and spectators massed at the roadside experienced a series of quite remarkable stages, ensuring this unique event retains its legendary status.
A status that was more apt than ever this year, with the classic cars entering Monaco for the final stage in the night of Tuesday 1 / Wednesday 2 February via the famous Col de Turini. To end this extraordinary Rally, the drivers gathered in the prestigious Salle des Etoiles room of the Monte-Carlo Sporting Club, for a gala evening and award ceremony. Belgian twins Philippe and Antoine
Cornet de Ways Ruart, who drove Porsche 911 No. 45, will surely not forget their visit to the Principality… "We are really pleased to add our names to the roll of honour of this fantastic race. Winning this iconic rally is a pure delight," declared the champions of the 2022 edition.
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