XXX RALLYE ELBA STORICO TROFEO LOCMAN ITALY_Media Book English

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Eng/Ita useful words, phrases and answers General informations about Italy Diplomatic missions in Italy Italian traffic rules Race program Race timetables & Maps Rally and “Graffiti” Roll of Honour Regularity sport Roll of Honour FIA Historic Rally Championship Roll of Honour Italian Historic Rally Championship Roll of Honour 2018 FIA Historic Rally Championship calendar 2018 Italian Historic Rally Championship calendar Elegible cars Rally terminology FIA standard signs Provisional standings

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Welcome ! “Dear Colleagues and Friends, it’s a great pleasure for me and for the staff of the Press Office to welcome you to the XXX RALLYE ELBA STORICO-Trofeo LOCMAN ITALY, together with the Organizers and its Partners. We hope that this Media Book may be useful for your job. The Press Room is equipped with everything you may need, is completely available for you and it will supply you with all informations and assistance in the very heart of the race. For any further assistance, we invite you to talk to any of us without any hesitation”.

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ENGLISH/ITALIAN USEFUL WORDS, PHRASES AND ANSWERS #1 Salve! – Hello [any time of day] (sal-vay) #2 Salve, come va? – Hello, how are you? (sal-vay ko-may va?) #3 Buongiorno – Good morning (bu-on-jour-no) #4 Buon pomeriggio – Good afternoon (bu-on po-mer-eej-jio) #5 Buonasera – Good evening (bu-on-a-say-ra) #6 Buonanotte – Good night (bu-ona-not-tay) #7 Grazie mille – Thank you very much (gra-tsee mee-lay) #8 Grazie a Lei – Thank you, too [in reply to “thank you” from someone else] (gra-tsee a lay) #9 Arrivederci, alla prossima – Goodbye, see you next time (arr-ee-va-der-chee al-la pros-see-ma) #10 Bella giornata oggi, vero? – The weather is lovely today, isn’t it? (bella jee-or-na-ta ojji vay-ro?) #11 Mi chiamo… – My name is _ (mee kee-amo) #12 Sono americano/canadese/inglese – I’m American/Canadian/English (so-no am-er-ee-kah-no / kan-a-day-say / een-glay-say) #13 Lei di dov'è? – Where are you from? (lay dee do-vay?) #14 Piacere – Nice to meet you (pee-a-chay-ray) #15 Mi sto divertendo molto – I’m having a great time! (mee sto dee-ver-ten-do mol-to) #16 Mi scusi, non capisco – I don't understand! (mee scoo-see non ka-pee-sko) #17 Non parlo italiano molto bene – I don’t speak Italian very well (non par-lo ital-ee-ah-no mol-to beh-nay)


#18 Potrebbe ripetere, per favore? – Could you say that again please? (po-tre-bay ree-peh-teh-reh per fa-vawr-ay) #19 Potrebbe scrivermelo? – Please write that down for me (po-tre-bay skree-ver-may-lo?) #20 Cosa vuole dire? – What does that mean? (ko-sa vu-ol-ay dee-ray?) #21 Parla inglese? – Do you speak English? (par-la een-glay-say?) #22 Mi scusi – I’m sorry (mee skoo-see) #23 Non lo so – I don’t know (non lo so) #24 Va bene – All right (va be-nay) #25 Non importa – Never mind (non eem-por-ta) #26 Mi scusi, posso farle una domanda? – Excuse me, could I ask you something? (mee skoo-si, posso far-lay oo-na do-man-da?) #27 Vorrei andare a ___ – I want to go to _ [If you know the name of your destination] (vo-ray an-da-ray a _) #28 Vorrei andare qui – I want to go here [Pointing to your destination on the map] (vo-ray an-da-ray kwee) #29 Mi sono perso / Mi sono persa – I’m lost (mee so-no per-so / mee so-no per-sa) #30 Come posso arrivarci? – How can I get there? (ko-mo pos-so a-rree-var-chee?) #31 È di qua? – Is it this way? [Useful for checking if you’re walking in the right direction] (ay dee kwa?) #32 Potrebbe indicarmelo sulla carta? – Can you show me on the map? (po-tray-bay een-di-kar-may-lo soo-la kar-ta?) #33 Dov'è ___? – Where is _ ? (do-vay _?) #34 Può aiutarmi, per favore? – Can you help me, please? (poo-o ay-oo-tar-mee, per fa-vo-ray?)


#35 Devo andare da un medico – I need to see a doctor (de-vo an-day-ray da oon me-dee-ko) #36 Non mi sento bene – I don’t feel well (non mee sen-to bay-nay) #37 Non si sente bene – He/she doesn’t feel well (non see sen-tay bay-nay) #38 C'è un ospedale da queste parti? – Is there a hospital near here? (chay oon os-pay-da-lay da kwes-tay par-tee) #39 Mi fa male qui – It hurts here [pointing to body part] (mee fa ma-lay kwee) #40 Ho bisogno di medicine – I need some medicine (o bi-son-yo dee me-dee-cee-nay)


GENERAL INFORMATIONS ABOUT ITALY Official language: Italian. Population : 57,844,017 inhabitants; density: 192 persons/km2 Area : 301,333 km2 . Capital: Rome Type of government : Republic Elevations : Highest – Monte Bianco: 4.810 m. Major religion : Catholicism Life expectancy: Women - 82.9; men - 76.7.

Labour distribution : manufacturing - 31.8%; services - 63.0%; agriculture - 5.2%. Currency : The Italian currency is Euro, divided in 100 cents. There are coins for 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, and 50 cents and 1 €, 2 €. And banknotes for 5 €, 10 €, 20 €, 50 €, 100 €, 200 € and 500 €. You can change your money at any Bank and at most of the main Hotel Reception Desks. However, in the hotels the rate of exchange is less favourable. International credit cards are accepted in hotels, shops and restaurants. Time : GMT + 1 hour. Water : Tap water is completely safe for drinking.

Electricity : The electric current for use in homes and hotels is 220 volts (50 Hz) and the plugs used are two round pins. Telephone : Public telephones are no more so common in Italy but all of them will allow international calls. There are some telephone booths which accept coins and others which operate with telephone cards. It is possible to buy Telecom telephone cards in the hotels. Some telephones will also accept international credit cards. Business Hours : Business hours of the main Companies and public offices are as follows: Banks: 08:00 - 15:00 (Monday to Friday) Post Offices: 8:30 -13:30 (Monday to Friday) - Saturday: 8:00 - 12:00 Shops: 9:00 - 19:30/20:00 (Saturday included) Administrative Offices: 9:00 - 13:00 (Monday to Friday)


Geographical data In the northwest Italy borders to France (488 km), in the north to Switzerland (740 km) and Austria (430 km) and in the northeast to Slovenia (232 km). It also contains two other (very small) countries: Vatican City and San Marino. The distance between north to south is about 1200 kilometers. From east to west the distance is never more than 170 and never less than 54 kilometers (except in the north). Population Italy has almost 57 million inhabitants. The areas around the big cities have the largest population density. About 18% of the population lives in one of the cities with 350,000 inhabitants or more. Languages Italian is the official language but in the provence Bolzano (southern Tirol) a lot of people speak German (about 200,000 people), in some of the valleys of Piemonte and Valle d'Aosta people speak French (about 100,000 people); in the valleys of the Dolomites and the region Friuli-Venezia Giulia some speak Raetoroman. In the provence of Basilicata, southern Italy, a part of the population even speaks Albanese. Look at www.eurolang.net to learn more about the languages and dialects spoken in Italy. History Since earliest times the history of Italy has been influenced by cultural and political divisions resulting from the peninsula's disparate geography and by circumstances that made Italy the scene of many of Europe's most important struggles for power. Most people will have learned a bit about the Roman empire at school. We have decided not to write a detailed historypage anymore, since we would have to cite other sources that are often on the internet already. Climate Italy has a predominantly Mediterranean climate; Alpine in far north; hot, dry in south. In summertime the average temperatures in the lowlands are 28°C in the south and 22°C in the north. The winter is very cold in the Alps, cold and foggy in the Po Plain and the central Apennines; mild and even warm on the Ligurian coast, the Neapolitan coast and in Sicilia. Flora and fauna In Alpine regions, fauna includes marmots, ibex and chamois, sometimes even brown bears, lynx, ermines and blue hares. Mountainous regions are abundant in vultures, buzzards, falcons and kites. Reptile species that are common in Italy comprise numerous lizards and snakes, even poisonous vipers, some areas show populations of scorpions. In the past, most of Italy was covered by trees, however, intense deforestation during centuries gone-by led to a significant reduction in woodland.


DIPLOMATIC MISSIONS IN ITALY ARGENTINA Piazza dell'Esquilino, 2 - 00185 Roma Tel. 0648073300 - Fax 064819787 0648073331 E-mail: ambasciata.argentina@ambargentina.mysam.it

POLAND Via P. Paolo Rubens, 20 – 00197 Roma Tel. 0636204200 – Fax 063217895 E-mail ufficio.stampa@ambasciatapolonia.it

BULGARIA Via P.P. Rubens, 21 – 00197 Roma Tel. 063224643 – Fax 063226122 E-mail embassy@bulemb.it

RUSSIAN FEDERATION Via Gaeta, 5 - 00185 Roma Tel. 064941680 064941681 064941683 064440080 E-mail ambrus@ambrussia.it

CROATIA Via L. Bodio, 74/76 – 00191 Roma Tel. 0636307650 0636307300 – Fax 0636303405 E-mail: vrhrim@mvpei.hr

SLOVAKIA Via dei Colli della Farnesina, 144 - 00135 Roma Tel. 0636715200 - Fax 0636715265 E-mail embassy@rome.mfa.sk

CZECH REPUBLIC Via dei Gracchi, 322 – 00192 Roma Tel. 063609571 – Fax 063244466 E-mail rome@embassy.mzv.cz

SLOVENIA Via Leonardo Pisano, 10 - 00197 Roma Tel. 0680914310 - Fax 068081471 E-mail vri@gov.si

FRANCE Piazza Farnese, 67 - 00186 Roma Tel. 06686011 - Fax 0668601360

SPAIN Palazzo Borghese - L.go Font. Borghese, 19 - 00186 Roma Tel. 066840401 - Fax 066872256 E-mail ambespit@correo.maec.es

GERMANY Via San Martino della Battaglia, 4 - 00185 Roma Tel. 06492131 - Fax 064452672 E-mail info@rom.diplo.de GREECE Viale G. Rossini, 4 - 00198 Roma Tel. 068537551 0685375500 – Fax 068415927 E-mail gremb.rom@mfa.gr HUNGARY Via dei Villini, 12/16 – 00161 Roma Tel. 064402032 0644230598 – Fax 064403270 E-mail mission.rom@kum.hu / titkarsag.rom@kum.hu NEDERLAND Via Michele Mercati, 8 – 00197 Roma Tel. 06 32286001 - Fax 06 32286256 E-mail rom@minbuza.nl

UNITED KINGDOM Via XX Settembre, 80/a - 00187 Roma Tel. 0642200001 - Fax 0642202333 E-mail RomePoliticalSection@fco.gov.uk UNITED STATES Palazzo Margherita - Via Vittorio Veneto, 119/a - 00187 Roma Tel. 0646741 - Fax 0646742217

others: http://www.esteri.it


ITALIAN TRAFFIC RULES

Allowed speed: Build-up area Build-up belt Extra build-up area Main extra buil-up area roads Highways

50 Km/h 70 Km/h 90 Km/h 110 Km/h 130 Km/h

Exceptions will be pointed out by road-signs. Penality: getting over the allowed speed until 10 km/h: a fee of € 41. getting over the allowed speed from 11 km/h to 40 km/h: a fee from € 168 to € 224 (in case of violation from 22,00 hrs to 07,00 hrs). getting over the allowed speed over 41 km/h to 60 km/h: a fee from € 527 to € 702,67 (in case of violation from 22,00 hrs to 07,00 hrs) and the suspension of the driving licence from 1 to 3 months (a verification by "autovelox" will be done). Getting over the allowed speed over 60km/h: a fee from € 821 to € 1094,67 (in case of violation from 22,00 hrs to 07,00 hrs) and the suspension of the driving licence from 6 to 12 months.

Alcoholic level of the driver during the driving In Italy driving with an alcoholic level higher than 0,5 g/l is prohibited. Penality: car stop and driving licence withdrawn. Safety Belts: It is compulsory to use them. Documents: It is compulsory to have all driver and car documents on board (driving licenceInsurance certificate-circulation card). Accident with damage to things: It is compulsory to stop. On the other hand you have to pay a fee. Accident with injury: It is compulsory to stop and to lend a helping hand. On the contrary: a fee will be threathened and the driving licence will be suspended. Circulation of over 7,5 ton. vehicles: In Italy is forbidden the circulation of the above mentioned vehicles each Sunday from 07.00 to 24.00 of every Sunday up to September 30; From October from 08.00 to 22.00 always of Sunday.


RACE PROGRAM 09.08.2018 Opening date for entries. 08.09.2018 Closing date for entries. 15.09.2018 Road Book issued to Competitors. 19.09.2018 Start of reconnaissance. Road Book, Rally plates and the Competition numbers issued to Competitors c/o Delegazione Automobile Club Livorno, V.le Elba - Portoferraio, from 09:00 to 12:00 on 15.09.2018 and on 17-18-19.09.2018, from 09:00 to 12:00 and from 15:00 to 18:30 c/o Hotel Elba International Reconnaissance: 19.09.2018 (from 09:00 to 19:00) and 20.09.2018 (from 08:30 to 15:00) 20.09.2018 Competition numbers and documents issued to Competitors at Rally Office. Signing on, administrative checking and scrutineering of cars. at 10:00: First stewards’ meeting Capoliveri, c/o Hotel Elba Internationa From 11:00 to 15:30: Administrative checking c/o Comune di Capoliveri, Viale Australia From 11:30 to 16:00: Scrutineering (incl. tyre marking) Capoliveri, Viale Australia,

20.09.2018 at 17:00: List of crews admitted to start and exact start times (Official Notice Board - c/o Hotel Elba International) at 18:00: Ceremonial Start - Capoliveri, Piazza Matteotti at 18:30: Cars enter start park at 19:00: Start of 1st leg - Capoliveri, Piazza Matteotti 21.09.2018 at 14:40: End of 1st leg - Capoliveri, Viale Australia - Parc Fermé at 16:30: Publication of partial unofficial classification of 1st leg (Official Notice Board - c/o Hotel Elba International) at 17:00: Publication of starting order for 2nd leg (Official Notice Board - c/o Hotel Elba International) 22.09.2018 at 08:00: Start of 2nd leg - Capoliveri, Viale Australia at 15:00: Finish - Capoliveri, Piazza Matteotti - Parc Fermé at 17:00: Publication of provisional final classification (Official Notice Board - c/o Hotel Elba International)















ROLL OF HONOUR of the race





ROLL OF HONOUR Historic Regularity Sport 2014 - I HISTORIC REGULARITY SPORT 1° 2° 3°

MARANI Andrea - VAROTTO Andrea PAGNI Paolo - BALDASSERONI Antonella RICCI Roberto - BIASCI Enio

Porsche 911 Rs Porsche 911 E Autobianchi A112 Abarth

2015 - II HISTORIC REGULARITY SPORT 1° 2° 3°

RICCI Roberto - BIASCI Enio MELLINI Matteo - MELLINI Massimo RAIMONDI Elio - RIZZOLA Davide

Autobianchi A112 Abarth Lancia Fulvia Montecarlo Lancia Fulvia 1.6 HF

2016 - III HISTORIC REGULARITY SPORT 1° 2° 3°

RICCI Roberto - BIASCI Enio MAIOLO Marco - PARACCHINI Maria Teresa MAYR Hanno

Autobianchi A112 Abarth Alpine Renault A110 Volkswagen 1303

2017 - IV HISTORIC REGULARITY SPORT 1° 2° 3°

MARANI Andrea - SARTORIO Rita BARBOTTO Auro - BORCA Sergio RICCI Roberto - BIASCI Enio

Porsche 911 RS Fiat 124 Spider Europa Autobianchi A112 Abarth


Luigi ZAMPAGLIONE (ITA) Giuseppe LIVECCHI (ITA) Porsche 911 S

Luigi ZAMPAGLIONE (ITA) Roberto CONSIGLIO (ITA) Porsche 911 S

Driver Co-Driver Vehicle-Driver

Driver Co-Driver Vehicle-Driver

2013

2014

Driver Co-Driver Vehicle-Driver

Antonio PARISI (ITA) Giuseppe D'ANGELO (ITA) Porsche 911 S

Driver Co-Driver Vehicle-Driver

2012

2016

Alar HERMANSON (EST) Roberto BREA (ITA) Porsche 911 T

Driver Co-Driver Vehicle-Driver

2011

Antonio PARISI (ITA) Giuseppe D’Angelo (ITA) Porsche 911S

Sverre NORRGARD (FIN) Giuseppe D’ANGELO (ITA) BMW 2002ti/Volvo 122

Wofgang PFEIFFER (DEU) Ulli WINDT (DEU) Porsche 911 T

Driver Co-Driver Vehicle-Driver

2010

Driver Co-Driver Vehicle-Driver

Antonio PARISI (ITA) Giuseppe D'ANGELO (ITA) Porsche 911 S

Driver Co-Driver Vehicle-Driver

2009

2015

Antonio PARISI (ITA) Giuseppe D'ANGELO (ITA) Porsche 911 S

Driver Co-Driver Vehicle-Driver

2008

Pierre-Dominique DANTOINE (FRA) Anne DROUILLEAU (FRA) Alfa Romeo SZ

Andrea POLLI (ITA) Vilma SALVI (ITA) Lotus Elan

Driver Co-Driver Vehicle-Driver

CATEGORIA 1

Driver Co-Driver Vehicle-Driver

2007

2006

ANNO

Valter Chr. JENSEN (NOR) Erik PEDERSEN (NOR) Porsche Carrera RS 3.0

Mats MYRSELL (SWE) Esko JUNTTILA (SWE) Porsche Carrera RS

Lucio DA ZANCHE (ITA) Giulio OBERTI (ITA) Porsche 911 RS

Mats MYRSELL (SWE) Esko JUNTILLA (SWE) Porsche 911 RSR

Mats MYRSELL (SWE) Esko JUNTILLA (SWE) Porsche 911 RSR

Miroslav JANOTA (CZE) Pavel DRESLER (CZE) Opel Kadett C-GT/E

Valter Chr. JENSEN (NOR) Erik PEDERSEN (NOR) Porsche 911 Carrera RS

Valter Chr. JENSEN (NOR) Erik PEDERSEN (NOR) Porsche 911 Carrera RS

Valter Chr. JENSEN (NOR) Erik PEDERSEN (NOR) Porsche 911 Carrera RS

Antonio PARISI (ITA) Giuseppe D'ANGELO (ITA) Porsche 911 S

Michael STOSCHEK (D) Giuseppe D'ANGELO (ITA) Porsche 911 S

CATEGORIA 2

Esa PELTONEN (FIN) Hannu LAMMINEN (FIN) Toyota Starlet 1300

Carlo Marenzana (ITA) Luca Beltrame (ITA) Porsche 911 SC

Karl WAGNER (AUT) Gerda ZAUNER (AUT) Porsche 911 SC

Karl WAGNER (AUT) Gerda ZAUNER (AUT) Porsche 911 SC

Ernst HARRACH (AUT) Leopold WELSERSHEIMB (AUT) Mitsubishi Lancer 2000

Enrico BRAZZOLI (ITA) Ross FORDE (IRL) Porsche 911 SC

Pierangelo ROSSI (ITA) Luca BELTRAME (ITA) Porsche 911 3,0 SC

Enrico BRAZZOLI (ITA) Paola VALMASSOI (ITA) Porsche 911 SC

Graziano MUCCIOLI (ITA) Adriano CELLI (ITA) Opel Ascona 400

Roberto BIGONI (ITA) Stefano BAILONI (ITA) Opel Kadett GTE

CATEGORIA 3

Historic R.C. Finland

R.C. Sandro Munari

R.C. Sandro Munari

Club Galaxy

MSC Gütersloh

Scuderia Ateneo

TEAM TROPHY

“PEDRO” (ITA) Rododendri Emanuele Baldaccini (ITA) Historic Rally Lancia Rally 037

“PEDRO” (ITA) Rododendri Emanuele Baldaccini (ITA) Historic Rally Lancia Rally 037

“LUCKY'' (ITA) Fabrizia PONS (ITA) Lancia Rally 037

“PEDRO '' (ITA) Erik PEDERSEN (NOR) Lancia Rally 037

“PEDRO '' (ITA) Erik PEDERSEN (NOR) Lancia Rally 037

CATEGORIA 4

FIA HSRC ROLL OF HONOUR


ITALIAN HISTORIC RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP THE ROLL OF HONOUR 2004 - Gerri Macchi del Sette (Alfa Romeo 1900 Ti) 2005 - Maurizio Elia (Porsche 911) 2006 - Gerri Macchi del Sette (Alfa Romeo SV) 2007 - Andrea Polli (Lotus Elan) 2008 - Luisa Zumelli (Porsche 911) 2009 1. Group: Antonio Parisi (Porsche 911) Trofeo Nazionale 2. Group: Salvatore Riolo (Porche 911) Trofeo Nazionale 3. Group: Roberto Bigoni (Opel Kadett GTE) Trofeo Nazionale

2010 1. Group: Mario De Luca (Porsche 911) Trofeo CSAI 2. Group: Marco Savioli (Porsche 911) Trofeo CSAI 3. Group: Piero Carissimi (Opel Kadett GTE) Trofeo CSAI Teams: Rallyclub Sandro Munari

2011 1. Group: Luigi Capsoni (Alpine Renault A 110) Trofeo CSAI 2. Group: Lucio Da Zanche (Porsche 911) Trofeo CSAI 3. Group: Nicholas Montini (Opel Kadett GTE) Trofeo CSAI Teams: ASPAS

2012 1. Group: Luigi Zampaglione (Porsche 911) Trofeo CSAI 2. Group: Lucio Da Zanche (Porsche 911) Trofeo CSAI 3. Group: Alessandro G. Fontana (Opel Kadett GT/E) Trofeo CSAI Teams: Team Bassano

2013 1. Group: Luigi Capsoni (Alpine Renault A110) Trofeo CSAI 2. Group: Lucio Da Zanche (Porsche 911) Trofeo CSAI 3. Group: Matteo Musti (Porsche 911) Trofeo CSAI Women: Lisa Meggiarin (Autobianchi A122 Abarth) Teams: Team Bassano

2014 1. Group: Luigi Zampaglione (Porsche 911) 2. Group: Nicholas Montini (Porsche 911) 3. Group: Roberto Montini (Porsche 911) 4. Group: “ Pedro” (Lancia Rally 037) Teams: Team Bassano

2015 1. Group: Roberto Rimoldi (Porsche 911) 2. Group: Nicholas Montini (Porsche 911) 3. Group: Erik Comas (Lancia Stratos) 4. Group: Baggio Paolo (Lancia Rally 037) Teams: Team Bassano

2016 1. Group: Antonio Parisi (Porsche 911S) 2. Group: Lucio Da Zanche (Porsche 911 SCrs) 3. Group: Maurizio Rossi (Porsche 911 SC) 4. Group: “ Lucky” (Lancia Delta 16V) Teams: SC Is. Vicentina

2017 1. Group: Marco dall’Acqua (Porsche 911S) 2. Group: Alberto Salvini (Porsche 911 SCrs) 3. Group: Roberto Rimoldi (Porsche 911 SC) 4. Group: “ Lucky” (Lancia Delta 16V) Teams: Rally Club Team


2018 FIA HSRC CALENDAR

16-17 March 66. RALLY COSTA BRAVA (E) 20-21 April HISTORIC VLTAVA RALLYE (CZE) 24-26 May 10. RALLY DE ASTIRIAS HISTORICO (E) 21-23 June YPRES HISTORIC RALLY (B) 10-11 August LAHTI HISTORIC RALLY (SF) 30 August - 1 September 23. RALLY ALPI ORIENTALI HISTORIC (I)

20-22 Spetember

XXX RALLYE ELBA STORICO (I)

12-13 October

MECSEK RALLYE (H)


2018 ITALIAN HISTORIC RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP

9 - 11 March 8° Historic Rally delle Vallate Aretine

11-14 April 33°Sanremo Rally Storico

4-6 May 102^ Targa Florio HIstoric Rally

1-3 June 14°Rally Storico Campagnolo

23-24 June 8° Rally Lana Storico

30 August - 1 September 23°Rally Alpi Orientali Historic

20-22 September XXX Rallye Elba Storico

12-14 October 13° Rally Due Valli Historic


2018 EHSRC: ELEGIBLE GROUPS AND CLASSES

The cars are divided into the classes stated in Article 2 of the «FIA European Historic Sporting Rally Championship» Sporting Regulations: Category 1: Road legal cars built between 1/1/1931 and 31/12/1957 and Touring and GT cars, model homologated between 1/1/1958 and 31/12/1969. A1 up to 1000 cm3 (before 31/12/1961) A2 from 1000 cm3 to 1600 cm3 (before 31/12/1961) A3 over 1600 cm3 (before 31/12/1961) B1 up to 1000 cm3 (after 31/12/1961) B2 from 1001 cm3 to 1300 cm3 (after 31/12/1961) B3 from 1301 cm3 to 1600 cm3 (after 31/12/1961) B4 from 1601 cm3 to 2000 cm3 (after 31/12/1961) B5 over 2000 cm3 (after 31/12/1961) Category 2: Touring (T), Competition Touring (CT), Grand Touring (GT) and Competition Grand Touring (GTS) cars of Groups 1, 2, 3 and 4, models homologated between 1/1/1970 and 31/12/1975. C0 up to 1150 cm3 C1 from 1151 cm3 to 1300 cm3 C2 from 1301 cm3 to 1600 cm3 C3 from 1601 cm3 to 2000 cm3 C4 from 2001 cm3 to 2500 cm3 C5 over 2500 cm3 Category 3: Touring (T), Competition Touring (CT), Grand Touring (GT) and Competition Grand Touring (GTS) cars of Groups 1 2, 3 and 4, models homologated between 1/1/1976 and 31/12/1981. D0 up to 1150 cm3 D1 from 1151 cm3 to 1300 cm3 D2 from 1301 cm3 to 1600 cm3 D3 from 1601 cm3 to 2000 cm3 D4 over 2000 cm3 Category 4: Touring (T), Competition Touring (CT), Grand Touring (GT) and Competition Grand Touring (GTS) cars of Groups A, B and N, models homologated between 1/1/1982 and 31/12/1985 (Period J1) and models homologated between 1/1/1986 and 31/12/1990 (Period J2) E1 Group A up to 1300 cm3 E2 Group A from 1301 cm3 to 1600 cm3 E3 Group A from 1601 cm3 to 2000 cm3 E4 Group A over 2000 cm3 E5 Group B up to 1600 cm3 E6 Group B over 1600 cm3 E7 Group N up to 1600 cm3 E8 Group N over 1600 cm3


ELEGIBLE GROUPS AND CLASSES FOR THE 2018 ITALIAN HISTORIC RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP 1st Group until period E (until 31/12/1961) Gruppi 1 -2-3-4 (T/TC/GT/GTS) classe 1000 – 1600 - > 1600 1st Group period F/G1 (from 1/1/1962 to 31/12/1969) Groups 1 -2-3-4 (T/TC/GT/GTS) class 1000 – 1600 - > 1600 2nd Group period G2/H1 (from 01/01/1970 to 31/12/1975) Groups1 and 3 (T/GT) class 1600 - > 1600 Group 2 (TC) class 1600 - > 1600 Group 4 (GTS) class 1600 -2000 ->2000 3rd Group period H2 / I (from 01/01/1976 to 31/12/1981) Groups1 and 3 (T/GT) classe 1150 -1600 - 2000 - >2000 Group 2 (TC) class 1150 - 1600 - > 1600 Gruppo4 (GTS) class 1600 -2000 ->2000 4th Group period J1 (from 01/01/1982 to 31/12/1985) Group N/A class: 1300 – 1600 – 2000 - > 2000 Group B class: 1600 - >1600 4th Group period J2 – “AUTOCLASSICHE” (01/1/1986 – 31/12/1990) The cars of J2 period are historic cars and for the 2015 are separately into the ‘Autoclassiche’ category Gruppo N/A class: 1300 – 1600 – 2000 - > 2000 Group B class: 1600 - >1600


RALLY TERMINOLOGY ROAD SECTION The itineraries between two consecutive time controls are called road sections.

SECTION All the parts of a rally between: - The start and the first regrouping halt. - Two successive regrouping halts. - The last regrouping halt and the finish of the leg or the rally. LEG Each part of the rally, separated by a fixed minimum stopping time. NEUTRALISATION Time during which the crews are stopped by the Organisers for whatever reason. REGROUPING A stop scheduled by the Organisers under parc fermÊ conditions that has a Time Control at the entrance and exit to enable the schedule to be followed on the one hand, and on the other, to regroup the cars still in the rally. The stopping time may vary from crew to crew. PARC FERMÉ Area in which no repairs or outside assistance is possible, except in the cases expressly provided for by the International Championship regulations and by the supplementary regulations of the rally. BULLETIN Official written communication, which is an integral part of the supplementary regulations of the rally and intended to modify, clarify or complete the latter. The bulletins must be numbered and dated. The entrants (or crew members) must confirm receipt thereof by signature. The bulletins are issued: - By the Organisers, up to the commencement of scrutineering. They will be submitted for the approval of the FIA, except with regard to modifications to the itinerary or to the reconnaissance programme. - By the stewards of the meeting (the Stewards) throughout the competition except with regard to modifications to the itinerary for which bulletins may be issued by the clerk of the course. TIME CARD Card intended for the stamps and entry of times recorded at the different control points scheduled on the itinerary. SPECIAL STAGE Timed speed tests on roads closed for the rally.


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