Intended for drivers stirred by the Alpine spirit and featuring a clever mix of fun and competitiveness, the Alpine Elf Rally Trophy is a one-make formula in which Alpine A110 Rally cars with identical configurations contest six emblematic rounds of the French Tarmac Rally Championship.
Pleasure above all else
From the fast roads of Rally Lyon-Charbonnières-Rhône (21-22 april), to the autumnal conditions at Rallye du Var (24-26 November), and taking the winding roads in the hills above Antibes (19-20 May), in the sticky, hot tarmac at Rallye Rouergue (07-08 July), the scenic mountain views on Rallye Mont-Blanc Morzine (31 august-2 September) and the lightning fast roads on Rallye Cœur de France (30 September-1st October), the calendar has been designed to offer the crews maximum pleasure whilst showcasing the intrinsic qualities of the Alpine A110 Rally.
It also illustrates perfectly what rallying is in France, with a variety of surfaces, views and types of roads.
To support the participants, who pay a 2000 Euros entry gee, prize money of 8,000 Euros (shared between the top five), as well as four tyres respectively for the leading gentleman driver (born before 1st January 1974) and leading challenger driver (born in 1974 or after), is awarded at each rally. At the end of the season, all entrants will be given two VIP invitations to the qualifying session of the 2023 edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, as well as a visit of the Alpine Endurance Team in Bourges and the F1 factory in Enstone, an opportunity to continue to share their passion for the brand and all things Alpine. The overall winner will be awarded 5,000 Euros in prize money, along with 5,000 Euros in spare parts vouchers, whilst the leading gentleman driver and the leading challenger driver will get 5,000 Euros in vouchers.