56th Rallye Elba IRC Trofeo Banca Centro

56th Rallye Elba IRC Trofeo Banca Centro
Apr
21
Rally
Portoferraio

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The 56th Rallye Elba International Rally Cup Trofeo Banca Centro will be held on April 21-22. An event that marks the competition's return to the IRC series, a championship it was already part of in 2014 and 2015.

The race, organized by Aci Livorno Sport at the behest of Aci Livorno, has been experiencing great excitement for some time now.

Two days of great challenges, starting from Portoferraio at 5 p.m. on Friday, April 21, which will take the competitors through three special stages in the eastern part of the island, interspersed with the regroupment in Porto Azzurro. From 10:30 p.m., competitors will enter the nighttime regroupment in Portoferraio, from where they will leave the following day, Saturday, April 22, from 9 a.m. Four more special stages will follow, touching the central-western part of Elba, with the regrouping in Marina di Campo preceding the final two special stages. The finish is scheduled from 15:40.

The total timed distance will be 102.670 kilometers, 35.61 percent of the entire track, which measures 288.320 kilometers.

All information sl official event website.

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