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    Q: Monte Carlo Rallye concentration routes

    I don't know where to post, so here goes:
    Does someone have information about the concentration routes of the Monte Carlo Rally, in the 60's and 70's?
    The final stages seem well known, but I could not find any info about the routes the crews had to make from the starting cities (Oslo, Amsterdam, Hamburg, etc...). It was usually 3000+ Kms.

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    Hi George,

    I bought this book set recently, and while I don't remember reading about detailed route information (granted, I haven't read through the whole thing yet), it is still a terrific reference that may have what you're looking for.

    https://dingwort-verlag.de/en/porsch...che-museum?c=9

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    Jeffrey,
    I have these books as well, but they don't describe the itineraries of the concentration routes.
    I would like to re-do one of these routes with my kid when he is old enough to drive. Which should coincide (wishful thinking) with the resto of the incoming '69.

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    Sounds like George wants to personally run these routes!

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    Hi Rick,
    Oh yes, that would be a great thing, esp. one of the '69 routes with a '69 car.
    My kid *might* have tasted 911 driving and *might be* smitten.

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    I found this for 1979 :

    Parcours de concentration
    neuf parcours possibles, de 2171 à 2530 km, du 20 au 21 janvier[4] :
    Itinéraire d'Almería (2319 km) : Almería - Linares - Tolède - Medinaceli - Saragosse - Andorre-la-Vieille - Perpignan - Montpellier - Bagnols-sur-Cèze - Vals-les-Bains
    Itinéraire de Copenhague (2354 km) : Copenhague - Puttgarden - Hanovre - Kaiserslautern - Strasbourg - Saint-Dié - Lons-le-Saunier - Givors - Saint-Péray - Vals-les-Bains
    Itinéraire de Francfort (2262 km) : Francfort - Schweinfurt - Munich - Innsbruck - Trente - Crémone - Plaisance - Bobbio - Menton - Monaco - Gap - Vals-les-Bains
    Itinéraire de Lausanne (2171 km) : Lausanne - Annemasse - Saint-Gervais - Annecy - Bourg-en-Bresse - Orgelet - Baume-les-Dames - Belfort - Troyes - Chatillon-sur-Seine - Digoin - Vichy - Ambert - Vals-les-Bains
    Itinéraire de Londres (2276 km) : Londres - Douvres - Calais - Rouen - Le Mans - Angers - Tours - Châteauroux - Chatillon-sur-Seine - Digoin - Vichy - Ambert - Vals-les-Bains
    Itinéraire de Monte-Carlo (2260 km) : Monte-Carlo - Digne - Gap - Grenoble - Annecy - Bourg-en-Bresse - Orgelet - Baume-les-Dames - Belfort - Troyes - Chatillon-sur-Seine - Digoin - Vichy - Ambert - Vals-les-Bains
    Itinéraire de Paris (2207 km) : Paris - Nanterre - Amiens - Rouen - Le Mans - Angers - Tours - Châteauroux - Chatillon-sur-Seine - Digoin - Vichy - Ambert - Vals-les-Bains
    Itinéraire de Rome (2297 km) : Rome - Rieti - Fano - Saint-Marin - Bologne - Padoue - Trente - Campione - Crémone - Plaisance - Bobbio - Menton - Monaco - Gap - Vals-les-Bains
    Itinéraire de Varsovie (2530 km) : Varsovie - Wrocław - Pilsen - Amberg - Stuttgart - Kehl - Strasbourg - Saint-Dié - Lons-le-Saunier - Givors - Saint-Péray - Vals-les-Bains
    Note : dix itinéraires étaient initialement prévus, mais celui de Lisbonne a été annulé.

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    Here for 1973
    Neuf parcours possibles (de 2463 à 2735 km[4]), du 19 au 21 janvier :
    Itinéraire d'Almería : Almería - Tolède - Madrid - Perpignan - Alès - Digne - Monaco
    Itinéraire de Monte-Carlo : Monaco - Gap - Alès - Toulouse - Bayonne - Limoges - Clermont-Ferrand - Le Puy - Digne - Monaco
    Itinéraire de Reims : Reims - Metz - Arras - Angers - Limoges - Clermont-Ferrand - Le Puy - Digne - Monaco
    Itinéraire de Francfort : Hanau - Metz - Arras - Angers - Limoges - Clermont-Ferrand - Le Puy - Digne - Monaco
    Itinéraire de Glasgow : Glasgow - Douvres - Dunkerque - Alençon - Angers - Limoges - Clermont-Ferrand - Le Puy - Digne - Monaco
    Itinéraire d'Athènes : Athènes - Larissa - Belgrade - Trieste - Padoue - Cuneo - Digne - Monaco
    Itinéraire de Varsovie : Varsovie - Brno - Vienne - Trieste - Padoue - Cuneo - Digne - Monaco
    Itinéraire de Rome : Rome - Pescara - Foggia - Velletri - Padoue - Cuneo - Digne - Monaco
    Itinéraire d'Oslo : Oslo - Göteborg - Flensbourg - Hanovre - Innsbruck - Trente- Cuneo - Digne - Monaco

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    Patrick, impressive!
    That is good info.
    May I ask where you found this?

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    George, when you go, what city do you think you will start in?
    And can I folllow you?
    In Europe, are there clubs or small groups doing these drives today?
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    George, you may be onto something here.
    Me and the Mrs would love to join you. How fun would THAT be?!
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