The International Hellenic Regularity Rally in Loutraki

3 May 2017
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In early May, the town of Loutraki, hosts another special event in motorsport. It is the International Hellenic Regularity Rally, which is the 3rd round of the FIA’s Trophy for Historic Regularity Rallies and in the 3rd round of the corresponding Greek Championship of OMAE.

The rally is a two-day event, and will feature over 22 special stages in Northeastern Peloponnese and Western Attica and at least 50 time trials. You can imagine that many of the routes of the rally have been used in the recent past during the famous Acropolis Rally, which was known that it had its base in Loutraki between 2009 and 2015.

Furthermore, the route with a total length of over 300 km has designed to highlight the tourist and cultural attraction of the region, since among other passes from Epidaurus, Mycenae and the Heraion.

The start of the Hellenic Regularity Rally will be Saturday May 6 at 12:00 at the Isthmus of Corinth and, according to plan, the finish will be held Sunday, May 7 at 13:30 in Loutraki, where is also the headquarters of the event.

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