Details of the route for the 24th edition of Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique have been unveiled and the event will feature the return of concentration legs, with three famous cities on the starting options: Bad Homburg, Milan and Reims.
There will be three different routes to Monte-Carlo. This move was directed by the Automobile Club de Monaco (ACM) in order to boost the economy of the Principality and to again welcome crews from all over Europe. The 2022 route will feature a record number of 17 regularity stages. The End of Concentration Leg is scheduled for Saturday January 29 between Monaco and Valence with a 6am start before four regularity stages. The start for the Final Leg is scheduled in the night of Tuesday 1 to Wednesday February 2 in Monaco from 9pm onwards, taking in the famous Col de Turini and the winning crew is expected at around 1.20am on Port Hercule in Monaco.
In order to respect tradition, the Prize Ceremony and Gala Night will be on the evening of Wednesday February 3 in the Salle des Etoiles at Monte-Carlo Sporting Club. Entries are now open and close on Monday November 8. The confirmation of selected cars will be made on Monday November 15.
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