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The classic car rally in the Dolomites in Italy
Here you can find the results of the previous years as well as forms and brochures to download of the most entertaining classic car rally in the Alps | Dolomites | Italy.
15. Eggentaler Herbst Classic 2020
The “COVID19 – Edition” with many new safety concepts – but by far one of the coolest rallies we have done! A highlight on Saturday was the drive over the red carpet in the old town of Sterzing where our living “classic car encyclopaedia” Michael Hagemann presented the beautiful vehicles – from Lancia Stratos to RO 80 to the winning car, a Bugatti Type 54 from 1932 – in the crowded pedestrian zone and was able to share lots of interesting facts about all the classic cars.
14. Eggentaler Herbst Classic 2019
For many regular participants, the 14th edition was the best Eggental Classic ever with the beautiful Trentino Lakes tour and the lunch stop in Riva del Garda. The more than 110 vehicles on the main square in the town centre and the lunch buffet at the Hotel Sole directly on the north shore of Lake Garda were the highlight of this EHC. A real challenge for the overall victory – which the team Monika and Dr. Karsten Wohlenberg on the MB 230 SLR from 1964 won.
13. Eggentaler Herbst Classic 2018
The “Lucky Number Rally”. Amazing weather and again many great participants, including rally legend Christan Geistdörfer in Carlo Marcati’s 1663 Porsche 356 Carrera 2. Carlo Marcati welcomed us to his castle in St. Lorenzen for lunch during the Friday round, and for such a stunning location we made sure that the South Tyrolean star chef “Charly” Baumgartner provided the appropriate culinary accompaniment. A very rare car at this edition was the Intermeccanica Indra built in 1973 from Maud and Mathias Beetz. The winners Britta-Christin Rehberg and Christian Madey had surpassed the “sound barrier” of 1000 points on their 1969 911E Targa…
12. Eggentaler Herbst Classic 2017
The rally with the most beautiful Dolomite passes: on Friday’s tour, we had a breathtaking view of the Sella massif and the Sassolungo mountain group during our espresso stop, and then we continued in glorious sunshine over the Passo Gardena and the Val Badia. At the foot of the Peitlerkofel directly at the Würzjoch, there was even more (if that is even possible) panorama and views during the delicious lunch at the “Ütia de Börz”. The overall victory in this edition went to the team Christa and Helmut Stadlmayr on their beautiful Fiat Dino Coupé from 1972 with the scarcest result so far of only 4.3 points ahead of the runner-ups Andrea and Axel Prym on a very beautiful and unrestored Jaguar XK 140 from 1956.