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Rallye de Paris

11 March 2017


For its 24th edition, the Rallye de Paris will start in the capital and arrive at the Circuit of Nevers Magny-Cours on Saturday, March 11, 2017.

This event organised by Rallystory, with its long experience in car events (Coupe des Alpes, Trophée en Corse, Marrakech Tour…), is open to sports cars from 1950 to the present day.

GT & Classic

Participants are divided into two grids; Classic and GT. The Classic grid includes sports cars from 1950 to 1986 and the GT grid covers cars from 1987 to the present day.

On the road, most of the time, the two groups follow different routes taking into account the differences between the categories for length of the 500 km Rally.On the circuit, the same logic is applied, with each group on the circuit at different times to achieve their best lap.



The Rallye de Paris will arrive at the Grand Prix track of the Circuit of Magny-Cours at the end of the morning. Participants will then take to the track for the regularity run until mid-afternoon.

This first meeting of the year lets you come and watch the 24th edition of the Rallye de Paris in the grandstands of the circuit and to admire these fabulous cars on the track.



For more information, please contact the event organiser :


Téléphone : 01 42 12 07 08

E-mail : contact@rallystory.com

Adresse : Rallystory, 214 rue de Courcelles, 75017 Paris


Technopôle, 58470 Magny-Cours
Tel. 03 86 21 80 00

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