Stunning roads off the main tourist trail, exhilarating vistas, historical sights and countless vineyards.

4 to 15 June 2023

From the Normandy coast to the Mediterranean and glorious Cannes.

View the published entry list by clicking the link below!

No.CrewVehicleCCYearClass
-John Harrison (GB) / Catherine Harrison (GB)La France Roadster145001917-
-Graham Goodwin (GB) / Marina Goodwin (GB)Bentley Supersports53001925-
-Christian Dillier (CH) / Rita Dillier (CH)Ford Model A32361930-
-Paul Kirkham (AUS) / Mariella Kirkham (AUS)Ford Model 40 B Tudor36221934-
-Brian Scowcroft (GB) / Catherine Scowcroft (GB)Chevrolet Fangio Roadster33001936-
-Martin Hunt (GB) / Olivia Hunt (GB)Frazer Nash-BMW 32819711937-
-Robert Cook (GB) / Geoffrey Morson (GB)Chevrolet Coupe33001937-
-Keith Ashworth (GB) / Norah Ashworth (GB)Frazer Nash-BMW 32819711938-
-Gavin Henderson (GB) / Diana Henderson (GB)Frazer Nash-BMW 32819771939-
-Simon Brien (GB) / Jack Brien (GB)Jaguar C-type34001952-
-Joe Dillier (CH) / Heidi Dillier (CH)Jaguar XK 140 Coupe34001955-
-Michael Cotter (IE) / TBA ()Maserati 150STBA1956-
-David Roberts (GB) / Jo Roberts (GB)Jaguar XK15034421959-
-Kurt Bock (DE) / Diethild Bock (DE)Mercedes-Benz 300SL29751960-
-Phillip Monks (GB) / Patricia Monks (GB)Jaguar Mk 234421961-
-Charles Stuart-Menteth (GB) / TBA ()MGA Mark II18001962-
-Beat Erni (CH) / Barbara Mahrenholz (CH)Sunbeam Alpine16001963-
-Hermann Frye-Hammelmann (DE) / Gisela Hammelmann (DE)Jaguar MK 237801964-
-Manuel Dubs (CH) / Irene Dubs (CH)Ford Mustang V8 Convertible47281965-
-Tim Wheatley (GB) / Matt Wheatley (GB)Volvo 122s Amazon18001966-
-Felix Eberle (CH) / Magi Eberle (CH)Jaguar S Type34401966-
-Robert Collinge (GB) / Tony Brooks (GB)Ford Mustang49481966-
-Neil Oatley (GB) / Peta Oatley (GB)Lancia Fulvia13001967-
-Neil Smith (GB) / Trever Skillen (CA)Porsche 911 2.7RS27001969-
-Keith Graham (GB) / Susan Hoffmann (GB)Mercedes-Benz 280 SL27781969-
-Daniel Wiedemann (FR) / Barbara Wiedemann (FR)Mercedes-Benz 280 SL27781970-
-Carlos Rieder (CH) / Martina Rieder (CH)Alfa Romeo 2000 GT Veloce19621971-
-Otakar Chládek (CZ) / TBA ()Mercedes-Benz 350 SL34991973-
-Joe Hayes (USA) / Maggie Hayes (USA)Porsche 91130001973-
-Phillip Blunden (AUS) / Lynda Blunden (AUS)MGB GT18001974-
-Adrian Hodgson (GB) / Kathiona Lie (SG)TBATBATBA-
-Ean Lewin (GB) / Alison Lewin (GB)TBATBATBA-
-Andrew Boland (IE) / Ann Boland (IE)TBATBATBA-
-Enrico Paggi (IT) / Federica Mascetti (IT)TBATBATBA-
-Francis Rhatigan (IE) / Marie Rhatigan (IE)TBATBATBA-
-Matthew Telling (GB) / TBA ()TBATBATBA-
-Andrew Long (GB) / Gina Long (GB)TBATBATBA-
-Andrew Laing (GB) / TBA ()TBATBATBA-
-Peter Morton (GB) / Louise Morton (GB)TBATBATBA-
-Hans Middelberg (DE) / Jürgen Grolman (DE)TBATBATBA-

Event Highlights

The fourth in Rally the Globe’s popular Carrera series of events will take eleven days to explore the array of scenic delights and perfect driving roads that France has to offer, utilising the unparalleled knowledge and support of our French Route Coordinator – legendary co-driver Denis Giraudet. 

Starting in the chic 19th century seaside resort of Deauville on the Normandy coast, we set out in to the pays D’Auge and a scenic route through beautiful, historic towns on our way to Chambord. The route takes us through the Chateaux de Loire region, famous for its castles, to an overnight stop in La Rochelle on the Atlantic coast.

We continue along the way with a night in Cognac, before heading east to a rather splendid, privately owned racing circuit for a test and some refreshment. We spend an afternoon in Le Forêt de la Double, before heading to what is probably the most famous wine-producing region in the world, Bordeaux. Here a rest day awaits in our spa hotel in Saint-Emilion.

Fully rejuvenated, crews head into the mountains for the first time, before we arrive in the world famous mediaeval city of Carcassonne. From there, serious rally country awaits, in particular roads made famous by the legendary Rallye Monte Carlo, as we head north to Valence.

The next day we lunch in the Ardeche, before descending into the Rhone Valley then into the Alps and our overnight halt in the ski resort of Courchevel. The next day brings us high mountain passes and stunning canyons, with our penultimate night spent in the Var countryside.

The mountains behind Nice and the legendary Col de Turini will provide the morning’s entertainment, before a short, but twisty, descent to the Riviera and our finish in opulent Cannes, where we plan to celebrate in style on the beach at our hotel on the famous Boulevard La Croisette.

Where and when…

Sunday 4 June

Scrutineering, Signing-On & Welcome Dinner, Deauville

Monday 5 June

Rally Start, Deauville

Thursday 15 June

Rally Finish & Prize-giving Dinner, Cannes
Eligible Cars:

Cars of a specification produced before 31 December 1976. Separate classification for cars of a specification produced before 31 December 1945. Please check with us if you are not sure if your car is eligible.

Competition:

There will be two or three Regularity sections each day on twisty but quiet minor roads. On most days there will be a Test on private land, test tracks and race circuits.

Roads used:

All-asphalt surfaces will be used. We use minor roads to explore areas that few tourists will ever see, some of which may be bumpy, but we go out of our way to avoid rough roads.

Hospitality:

We will use top quality hotels and provide a group dinner most evenings, other than on non-driving and some other days. Lunches and coffee halts will also be provided in a variety of venues. We will provide a van to assist with transporting your luggage between hotels (sensible weight restrictions will apply).

Navigation:

The entire route will be defined by a tulip Road Book and overview route maps will be provided.

Event Category:

Request an Entry Form

We have now reached our entry limit for the Carrera Riviera. If you would like to join the Reserve List for the event, please click on the button below then fill in the required details and we will contact you with the next steps.

If there are any withdrawals from the event, crews on the Reserve List will be given the first opportunity to take up these places. You can also contact the Rally the Globe office on +44 (0)113 360 8961, or email directly via info@rallytheglobe.com

Reasons to book With Us!

Rally the Globe is a not-for-profit club that exists to support a broad family of motorsport enthusiasts who want to explore the world in historic and classic vehicles. All our club’s rallies come with highly experienced support crew and safety cover including:

Expert teams of sweep mechanics

On-call doctor or paramedic

Recommendations of experts in crew training and car preparation, shipping and insurance

Advice, encouragement and assistance from our friendly and knowledgeable team