Building on the success of 2020 when the event returned to the Doubs and Jura regions, and its base camp in Malbuisson, the 67th Rallye Neige et Glace returns to the fundamentals that have shaped the history of this sporting winter trial.
This year, in order to avoid date clashes with the Monte-Carlo Historique and the Boucles de Bastogne, organisers Zaniroli Events has shifted the usual date by a few days to 13-16 February, with a start in Sochaux for a prologue to a frenzied first night stage to Malbuisson, centre of the rally for the next three days.
Photo Richard Bord\
The French “little Siberia” offers everything you could want over three loops, traced on forest paths along the Swiss border between the Doubs and the Jura, with snow, ice and sliding on the sporting regularity programme, with a return each night to the comfort of a quality hotel. See www.zaniroli.com/rallye-neige-et-glace/ for all the details.
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