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Le 22 juin 2024 - 10h à La Clayette

43 ème Rallye du Brionnais

  • Crédits photo : Asa Dunoise Crédits photo : Asa Dunoise

The 43rd Rallye du Brionnais will take place on Saturday 22 June as usual. The two special stages MATEQUIP (6Km) and VERNAY (7,1Km) remain unchanged. The VHC rally is renewed. The LTRS rally (Loisir tourisme régularité sportive) is open to sports and prestige cars under 25 years of age. The first VH car will leave the La Clayette closed park at the Salle des Fêtes on Saturday 11 June at 10.00 am to join the assistance team and set off on the MATEQUIP special stage, leaving Colombier en Brionnais at 10.43 am before continuing on to Ouroux and Colombier for the finish. The VERNAY special stage will take in Saint Symphorien des Bois, Vareilles and Baudemont before finishing in Curbigny. Around 100 crews are expected at the start.
The route will cover 136.17 km, including 39.9 km of timed sections. The last car should enter the Parc Fermé at around 10.39pm.
Six areas reserved for the public will be open to the public along the timed events, so that they can watch the competitors pass by. The only authorised areas are marked in green.
The rally remains a sporting event open to the public free of charge, and must remain a celebration. To achieve this, we need everyone to be civic-minded, and this means respecting the property of local residents, respecting areas where the public is not allowed, and respecting the instructions of the marshals, the police and the organisers. As every year, the members of the ASA Dunoise will do everything in their power to ensure that this event takes place under the best possible conditions.
The local councils and associations of the towns through which the rally passes: Colombier en Brionnais, Ouroux sous le Bois Ste Marie, Saint Symphorien des Bois, Vareilles, Baudemont and Curbigny, the local residents, the sponsors, the government departments and all the volunteers are particularly thanked for their active participation in the preparation of the rally.
As every year, our eyes will be on our local drivers, who will be doing their utmost to achieve an excellent result on the roads of Brionnais. With almost 100 members of the ASA Dunoise, there should be around 25 crews at the start of the 43rd Rallye du Brionnais.
The prize-giving ceremony will mark the end of the event, and will take place on Saturday evening after the crews have returned to the Parc Fermé at the Salle des Fêtes in La Clayette.
For further information, visit http://www.asadunoise.fr/