This is what a youngtimer rally looks like in Europe

Very cool! Looks like a great time. Above all, we like the variety of the cars represented— looks very egalitarian. We like that.

~ by velofinds on October 4, 2013.

4 Responses to “This is what a youngtimer rally looks like in Europe”

  1. This really made my morning. Own two cars featured here, will drive one of them for a extended lap to work today. Thanks.

  2. What a great collection of cars! Very cool.

  3. As I was part of this rallye I can tell you it was a lot of fun. Our car was the orange Opel Diplomat B with the soapbox on it’s roof. Absolute awesome were three rounds on the Spa-Francorchamps-Formula-1-circuit.
    I can but tell you, there are lot of other rallyes, at least in Germany, with a more special, less relaxed, clientele. But Creme21 is really funny – also because they choose nice minor roads mostly.

    Are rallyes like that going on in the US?

    • Yes, but they are concentrated more on the west coast of the US— it’s a large country 🙂

      On one side of the spectrum you have events like the Targa California, which I believe is similar to the Creme 21 event:

      On the other side are events like the California Mille and the Colorado Grand, which hew to older and more expensive cars.

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