Pleasure rallies

If you’re looking for a way to enhance your thrill of driving, cruise through spectacular scenery, enjoy a trip with friends or indeed, make new ones, pleasure rallies are a wonderful way of accomplishing all the above. No prior experience is necessary and you will also learn soome new driving skills.

Coupe Des Alpes

Three days of pure driving pleasure, as classic car owners motor through the grandiose landscapes of the Alps down to the Mediterranean. The rally starts from Evian on the shore of Lake Geneva, takes in the beautiful Savoyard village of Megeve; then, after a very English picnic on the Col de la Madeleine, stops at Serre-Chevalier and on to the deep blue Mediterranean Sea in Cannes.

Silvretta Classic

More than 180 impressive pre-war automobiles, legendary super sports cars, luxury classic cars and trusted every-day automobiles roll out every July from Montafon, Austria, driving through Vorarlberg and neighbouring regions into Switzerland. Three rally days cover a total distance of 595 kilometers through spectacular mountain scenery.
The Silvretta Classic is not about speed, but extreme precision driving that is tested during three special stages in which drivers must adhere to generous target times.


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WinterRaid and Ice Driving

There is nothing quite so thrilling as driving in ice and snow for a car enthusiast. Whether it’s driving through the Swiss Alps to Cortina d’Ampezzo and then onto Tyrol in the WinterRaid rally, or if you prefer more northern climes and choose to go ice-driving in Sweden, classic rallies cater to every taste and level of adventure.

Summer Marathon

Covering over 700 km of stunning scenery including 12 world-famous alpine passes through the mountainous landscape of the northern Italian Alps and Tyrol, this summer rally takes you through Bormio and St. Moritz (to name just a few of the stop-overs) ending in Madonna di Campiglio.

Top class hospitality is assured with stays in four stars hotels, and tastings of typical local products and coffee breaks en-route.

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