CLASSIC CARS – ON THE ROAD AGAIN!
Once every year the time comes for the Classic Tour Kronberg to depart. And every time it does, it leaves deep emotional memories in the hearts of the participants. The trans-regional classic car rally is known for its wide range of historic models, whole-blooded drivers and unforgettable moments.
On a route covering a length of about 400 kilometers, participants will experience an unrivalled driving feeling as they enjoy the thrill of the Regularity Rally and the tasks they have to complete on the way.
Below you will find information about our next tour as well as impressions from our previous tours.
The Classic Tour Kronberg is a two-day Regularity Rally with time checks as custom in historic motorsport rallies.
The total length of the route is about 400 kilometers and is divided into four stages with about eight special tests, as well as transit controls.
When: September 7 and 8, 2018
Participation Fee: 890,- incl. VAT
Registration Deadline: Unfortunately, the event is already fully booked.
We would like to thank all 109 registered teams and wish them a lot of success at Classic Tour Kronberg 2018. Further details for the participants will follow shortly.
Insured vehicles, manufactured as of 1988, approved by the German TÜV (certificate) are eligible to participate. You can find more information about the conditions of participation in our call for entries. (see PDF).
The sponsors of the Classic Tour 2017
The overall results of the Classic Tour 2017
Of course, our tour participants have already received their individual scores via our Classic Tour app. Are you curious to know what the overall rating looks like?
Quotes from Participants
Unbelievable what beautiful scenic routes we can discover in such a close proximity around us!
I opened the umbrella during the ride, but then I was sure I can make it without and hit the road going at full throttle.
It's incredible that I can have so much fun with such an old car.
Such beautiful routes, you don't even believe that you’re still in Germany.
Some participants even made it to Limburg, although it was not on the route!