Plans are pushing ahead for the 20th edition of the Tour de Corse Historique, which will run from 5-10 October on the Mediterranean island. With an expected entry of 200 cars, the event will take in 20 closed-road special stages covering 350km of competitive rallying over five days.
The original Tour de Corse dates back to 1956 and the island has frequently hosted the World Rally Championship. The historic event uses some of the famous WRC roads, renowned as some of the most challenging in historic rallying. Entries close at the end of August and more details are at tourdecorse-historique.fr.
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