supercar rally europe

Supercar Rally Europe

This September our 7 day European Car Rally takes place. This unique automotive event visits 5 countries, covers 2,000 miles, stays at 6 x luxury hotels and drives over 15+ thrilling mountain passes.

We’ve called the event ‘Altitude’ in homage to the major roads that make up this luxury supercar rally*.  You will drive your supercar on some of the best mountain passes in France, Italy and Switzerland as we cross borders before heading back through the German Black Forest for a final night ‘dinner and drinks’ in a typically German restaurant booked just for you.  So fire up your supercar and join us as we head to the Col de l’Iseran – the highest paved pass in the Alps – a truly epic road that you must experience at least once.  We’ll also visit the Colle de Nivolet, a stunning ‘dead end road’ with views that do not disappoint, trust us.

On this European Driving Holiday we’ve hand-picked 6 different luxury hotels for you to stay in, each with it’s own unique character.  After visiting many hotels in person we pick the ones most appropriate for location, comfort, facilities (such as swimming pools and spas) and parking for your pride and joy.  We’re excited with our choices and know you’ll enjoy your stay at each hotel.

You’ll visit and stay at some fantastic locations including the Aosta Valley in Italy (2 nights), a hilltop hotel with ‘grotto style spa’ where you’ll have breakfast on the terrace overlooking the great Italian lakes, plus world heritage sites and spa towns.  It’s safe to say that you and your supercar will will be looked after throughout this car rally in Europe.

Take a look HERE at what we got up to in September 2017.

If you are a supercar driver looking for a new driving holiday then join us in September 2018 for your next supercar rally – BOOK NOW

* Please note that all types of vehicle are welcomed on our events, not just supercars.  Take a look at your 10 road trip cars for under £10k article for some inspiration.

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