Peking to Paris 2022

China to France

 

The Greatest Motoring Adventure

June - July

The Peking to Paris Motor Challenge is unique in the motoring world – a true endurance motor rally following in the wheel-tracks of the original pioneers of 1907. Driving an old car nearly halfway around the world with a bunch of like-minded enthusiasts, against the clock, with the added spice of timed sections, makes Peking to Paris the longest and toughest driving challenge for Vintage and Classic cars. The 2022 Peking to Paris Motor Challenge will now take place in 2023.

The event route is challenging, and for this reason, we welcome only experienced crews and crews who are prepared to compete in other ERA events prior to tackling the Peking to Paris. You will need a sense of adventure and be prepared to spend nights under canvas in the deserts of Mongolia and Kazakhstan. The ability to carry out regular maintenance on your own car is essential. Average daily distances are around 400 kilometres but, on occasion, they can be as much as 650 kilometres – it is an endurance event after all.

There will be three main categories:

A – Pioneer up to December 1920
B – Vintage & Vintageant from January 1921 up to December 1947
C – Classic from January 1948 to December 1975
Some categories may be subdivided into classes based on engine size

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Event Characteristics


Start Date

June

TBC


Finish Date

July

TBC


Minimum Licence Required

RS Clubman


Length of Route

14,000 KM

Approx.


Vehicle Eligibility

Pre 1976


Navigation Type

Black

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This event is open to HERO-ERA Club and Premier Members

Premier Members benefit from up to 10% off event entry fees, early sign-up opportunities, 10% savings on rally vehicle hire, preferential rates from our insurance partners and much more!

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