Via Flaminia Classic 2018 May weg

Going South

Puglia has always been tempting the organization of the Via Flaminia. Now, after 13 years we go to this region, which is full of history, culture, cuisine and wonderful nature.

Puglia is in the south of Italy, the heel of Italy’s boot. The region is not one of Italy’s traditional tourist destinations, but it is becoming increasingly popular as travellers discover the area’s varied charms: baroque towns, white-washed trulli houses, olive groves and orchards, blue sea and beaches, plenty of sunshine and excellent cuisine.

We will have two separate rallies, which succeed each other, one from Verona to Puglia and one back. In the meantime a truck will come and do the exchange of cars; bringing the cars for the rally back north and picking up the cars that just finished the rally. In this way we save a lot of cost.

We strongly suggest that you add a few days to the rally to discover Puglia, just rent a small car and discover the many towns and regions we had to skip.

We also offer the possibility to go by motorail to Verona for the start of the first rally or back from Verona after the second rally.        

After disembarking the motorail we meet those coming by own means at the Lamborghini museum. This is where the actual rally starts. The first night is in the hills above Bologna along the Mille Miglia route.

From here we drive into Tuscany and Umbria, we pass the ever so impressive Gran Sasso with planes reminiscent of Tibet. We stay in comfortable and characteristic hotels often in little towns.

Close to Puglia, in Basilicata, we stay in two “Palazzi” in the historic centre of Matera. The town is famous for its cave dwellings, the “sassi”. As the town expanded, new streets were often constructed on the rooftops of other houses and it is this ‘layering’ that has created the extraordinary images for which Matera has become famous.

In Puglia we stay two nights in the centre of Lecce. Lecce is a Baroque masterpiece of southern Italy. Sometimes described as the ‘Florence of the Baroque’ or the ‘Rome of the South’.

As always, the Via Flaminia is a layback rally where the competition serves the atmosphere, winning is not a goal on itself. Those who want to have a stop for a coffee can do so. No time constraint. The classification is done via navigation and the competition for the last place is sometimes fierce.

In order to attract younger participants we have devised a discount formula. For every year that the sum of the driver and navigator is smaller than 100; they get a discount of 1% (with a maximum of 20%). (NB: Only the year of birth counts in reference to the year 2018).

Moreover, for every two years that they are younger than 100, they can bring in a car that is one year younger than 1974. Of course this does not count for the pre-war edition.

The May rally, which will be held from May 19 – 26 will hold a Sport Class as well as a Tour Class.

The Sport Class drivers will get roads, which are slightly more difficult to find, which are not as well maintained and some more kilometres.

On both rallies there is availability for 30 classic cars up to 1974. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Rally Details

Included

Start: Saturday May 19
Lamborghini museum

Finish: Saturday May 26
Patria Palace
Piazzetta Riccardi, 13
73100 – Lecce

  • A maximum of 30 crew
  • Seven nights in excellent hotels.
  • Five dinners.
  • Three or four lunches.
  • Technical assistance.
  • Special prize for the winners.
  • Roadbooks, rallyshields etc.

Entry fee

 

Car shipping

Booking fee:

Registration for the first 16 entries: € 2.850, –
  Upgrade(you are on top of the list for the best rooms): € 240, –

Registration for the consecutive 8 entries: € 3.050, –
Upgrade (you are on top of the list for the best rooms): € 300, –

Registration from entry position 25 on: € 3.300, –
  Upgrade (you are on top of the list for the best rooms): € 300, –

Discount: 1% for each year that the sum of the age of both participants is smaller than 100.
(Whole years as compared to the year 2018).

Trucking of your car:

One way from Bari: € 700, –

One way from Brindisi: € 780, – (only for  7 or 8 cars)

Total kilometers

Train details

Total rally kilometers: 1650

From the disembarkation of the motorail to the start: 120 km

From the finish hotel to Bari Airport: 150 km

From the finish to Brindisi Aiport: 35 km

Friday May 18:
Departure at Düsseldorf station 18:36 (loading starts 16:00)
Arrival in Verona 09:00 (next day)


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