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Hugely over-subscribed retrospective, with starts in Glasgow, Copenhagen, Turin, Barcelona and Reims, coming together in France. See website for route and list of eligible cars. Call 00377 93 15 26 00 for more details or go to www.acm.mc

Renault participa com 4 equipas no Rali Monte-Carlo Historique 2016

AFFICHE ORIGINALE ACM 63° RALLYE MONTE CARLO 1995 WRC fr.picclick.com

AFFICHE ORIGINALE 63 eme RALLYE MONTE CARLO 1995 WORLD RALLY ACM

If there's one thing that Traxxas RC cars are designed for, it would be speed.

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AFFICHE ORIGINALE ACM 62° RALLYE MONTE CARLO 1994 WRC fr.picclick.com

AFFICHE ORIGINALE 7 eme RALLYE MONTE CARLO HISTORIQUE 2004 ACM

AFFICHE ORIGINALE ACM 62° RALLYE MONTE CARLO 1994 WRC fr.picclick.com

'Brooklands 500 Miles' by Roy Nockolds, 1930 "I would love to see this section of Brooklands track restored-Coltrane ran a Bentley over it for Planes, Trains & Automobiles." KB

'Brooklands 500 Miles' by Roy Nockolds, 1930 "I would love to see this section of Brooklands track restored-Coltrane ran a Bentley over it for Planes, Trains & Automobiles.

Happy Birthday Didier Auriol!

Didier Auriol with Bernard Occelli drives his Lancia Delta HF Integrale to victory in the 1992 Monte Carlo Rally.

Scuderia Ferrari driver Piero Taruffi piloted his Ferrari 315S (pictured) to victory at the 1957 Mille Miglia without the aid of a navigator. He completed the 992-mile distance in 10 hours, 27 minutes and 47 seconds- an average speed of 94.841 mph (152.632 km/h). The Italian finished 3 minutes in front of his second-placed team-mate, the German driver von Trips. Olivier Gendebien and Jacques Washer were next ensuring Scuderia Ferrari finished 1-2-3.  Artwork by Robert Carter.

Scuderia Ferrari driver Piero Taruffi piloted his Ferrari 315S (pictured) to victory at the 1957 Mille Miglia without the aid of a navigator. He completed the 992-mile distance in 10 hours, 27 minutes and 47 seconds- an average speed of 94.841 mph (152.632 km/h). The Italian finished 3 minutes in front of his second-placed team-mate, the German driver von Trips. Olivier Gendebien and Jacques Washer were next ensuring Scuderia Ferrari finished 1-2-3. Artwork by Robert Carter.

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