With new director Romain Grabowski, whose motorsport credentials include following his father on the Paris-Dakar and the French Super Touring Car Championship in the 1980s, and then being in the driver’s seat in cars competing in the Tour Auto (2020), Dakar Classic (2022) and Le Mans Classic (2022), while doing a 12-year stint at Motul as Group Communications Manager and Brand Manager during which time he concluded partnership agreements with the 24 Hours of Le Mans, IMSA, the Dakar, Le Mans Classic, Goodwood Revival, la Carrera Panamericana, and MotoGP, Retromobile will enter a new phase of its long and illustrious life.
“We are delighted to welcome Romain Grabowski to steer Rétromobile. With his expertise in the automotive world and his experience at Motul, a key partner of the show for several years, Roman has all the qualities to continue to capture and develop all the potential that this event has among its communities and the general public,” commented Carine Preterre, Director of Divisions Passions of Comexposium, owners of Retromobile.
Probably the longest-running of all classic car exhibitions, and certainly one of the highest quality, this year’s will run on 1-5 February and centre on the centenary of Le Mans, with a big engagement from Peter Auto of Le Mans Classic, and the Automobile Club de l’Ouest, amongst other major themes within the show. Also within the show will be the traditional Artcurial sale of great sporting and road cars.
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