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« on: December 29, 2010, 12:28:19 PM »
If you wish to drive this old famous rally again and dont wish to spend a lot of mony than you must drive this:
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RALLIES for SMALL, ECONOMICAL CARS on Original 1950s Rally Routes are UNIQUE - Click here to email us for more info and get 5% discount if you enter a team of three cars together..!
ClassicRallyPress Ltd was set up in 2002 by Malcolm McKay and Mike Johnson after the unforgettable HERO Inca Trail Rally. Mike was photographing the event for the Press, Malcolm was competing in his Triumph TR2 and reporting for the worldwide Press. We wanted competitors to be able to buy photos too from this experience of a lifetime.
Malcolm McKay graduated in Mediaeval History before joining Classic Cars magazine in 1989, leaving in 1998 when Deputy Editor. He has since honed his skills in writing, editing, design and publishing, contributing to publications as diverse as Telegraph Motoring and Oldtimer Markt.

Mike Johnson has been photographing cars for over 20 years and is widely recognised as leading the field in car and rally photography
Malcolm and Mike have since covered a wide range of historic rallies all over the world, from London to Sydney, North Cape Norway to Tierra del Fuego (in fact, the most northerly and most southerly roads in the world).

This website exists to increase worldwide awareness of our photographs and to advertise our more recent venture: rally organisation. We used our wealth of experience from competing in and photographing dozens of events around the world to bring a professional approach and competitive pricing to the world's first historic microcar rally, Liège-Brescia-Liège 2008.
 
 
 
 
The rally was so well received that we have been persuaded to run more: see the relevant pages for LBL 2011 and Micro Marathon 2010.
 

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Re: liége brescia Liége
« Reply #1 on: December 29, 2010, 12:34:23 PM »
and sure ,I have some cars for it:
Open like  Fiat 850 spider
coupe      Fiat 850 Racer
               Abarth Monomille
Berline     Fiat 1100
              Fiat Abarth 850   (remake)
              Fiat  Abarth 1000 (remake)
              Fiat Abarth  1000 OT   
Possible   Fiat 124 spider 1438

   On July 15-24, the 2011 Liège-Brescia-Liège will take 10 days to follow the same route as in 1958, 53 years after the original rally. This touring event will cover approximately 200 miles (330km) each day, with competitive tests on private tracks in Belgium and Germany combining with sheer endurance to establish worthy winners. Crews will plot the route on Michelin maps from the original list of place names, adding navigation to the challenge, and further interest will be added by visits which we hope will include BMW’s superb museum at Munich, the charming Boxenstop Museum at Tubingen, the newly revamped motor museum at Engstingen, the personal collection of Italian engineer Gino Tonutti near Udine, the Museum of the Mille Miglia in Brescia, the superb car collection of motoring writer Fritz Busch, housed in a magnificent castle in Germany and the stunning Schloss Lichtenstein.

Two categories will be admitted – ‘Authentic’ for cars of 500-1500cc in engine size and age -related classes, pre-1948 and pre-1958; and 'Spirit' for cars of 500-1500cc in engine size and age- related classes, 1959-1968, 1969-1978 and post-1978, so all compete against similar vehicles. Entries are coming in strongly now with lots of interest being shown: if you're thinking of entering, please do so soon to avoid disappointment, as at least one of our hotels can only accommodate 40 cars
     
               




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Re: liége brescia Liége
« Reply #2 on: February 11, 2011, 08:30:57 AM »
Dear Friends
 
We hope the New Year is going well for you: the last two months have seen plenty of action in preparation for the Liège-Brescia-Liège Rally on July 15-24, 2011, including booking four superb new hotels to give participants the best possible enjoyment of the event. Ours may be the cheapest competitive historic rallies on the market, but we don't cut corners where it counts - our entry fee includes ALL accommodation AND all meals, and we go to some seriously impressive hotels: we have just booked a genuine historic Italian palace for one night of LBL 2011.
Take a look at the Newsletter for some photos - click on the link below or copy and paste it into your browser:-
 
newbielink:http://www.classicrallypress.co.uk/mediapool/77/772273/data/LBLMMNewsFeb11.pdf [nonactive]
 
If the link doesn't work for you, email us - we will send the Newsletter to you as a PDF attachment or, if you prefer, by post.
 
There is still room for more entries and our clubs promotion is well under way, with the chance of discounted entry for you and cash for your club, so don't delay, get that entry in today - remember, prices go up month by month and we need to confirm final numbers to the hotels as soon as possible.

Happy Rallying!
 
Malcolm
Malcolm McKay
Motoring Writer & Photographer
Managing Director, ClassicRallyPress Ltd
9 Sycamore Leys, Steeple Claydon
Bucks MK18 2RH  England
newbielink:http://www.classicrallypress.co.uk [nonactive]
Tel 0044 7711 901811


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Re: liége brescia Liége
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