Youth Rally celebrates its 30th anniversary

The detection operation returns this fall, but registrations are already open to succeed Quentin Vialatte and Valentin Ascenzi.

Published on 03/07/2024 à 14:29

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Youth Rally celebrates its 30th anniversary

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French youth are called to take on the helmet and gloves to become pilots. rally. In association with the French Motor Sports Federation (FFSA) and the Ministry of Sports and the Olympic and Paralympic Games, Rallye Jeunes will return in force for its 30e birthday next fall. Five selection rounds will be planned, including one which will take place overseas, on Reunion Island. Since 1994, Rallye Jeunes has detected and trained young rally drivers in an accessible and friendly operation. The selections are reserved for people holding a driving license and aged under 26. The best news: registration only costs 20 euros! If you don't have the means to travel to one of the five locations in the usual selection, you can also try your luck virtually, from October 23 to 27 at the Paris Games Week Expo Park. The candidates will compete for 5 days aboard simulators. As for traditional selections, the cost of registration is set at 20 euros. The first 1 registered for the Sim Racing selection will receive their entry ticket for Paris Games Week free of charge.

Each day, the contender having achieved the best time will be qualified to participate in the National Grand Final, which will be held in December on the Lédenon circuit. The winner will be able to follow in the footsteps of the veterans Sébastien Ogier, Bryan Bouffier or closer to us Adrien fourmaux. The winners of the 2023 edition, Quentin Vialatte and Valentin Ascenzi, are competing this season in the Stellantis Motor Cup.

To register, go to the rallyejeunes.com/inscription website.

Useful information :

October 12 and 13: Nancy / Parc des Expositions

November 9 and 10: Reunion / SIDR 400 Le Tampon

November 16 and 17: Dreux / Western Paris Circuits

Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 : Lyon / Actua – Saint-Laurent-de-Mure

December 7 and 8: Nîmes / Circuit de Lédenon

Sim Racing: October 23 to 27

Paris Expo Porte de Versailles

5 tickets for the Grand Final to be won (1 winner per day)

Selection reserved for people of French nationality, aged under 26 and holders of a B driving license.

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