The Stella Alpina is a “classic regularity” rally, covering a route of about 500 km, including both timed trials, and average speed trials. Tough driving, where the timing is down to hundredths of a second, but without over-challenging routes to respect older vehicles that can be tricky to manoeuvre and accommodate those competing with a trusty old mechanical chronometer.
Documents required: both driver and navigator must produce their driving licence. Italian crews must present their regularity sports licence issued by ACI, their ACI membership card, and a current doctor’s certificate showing they are fit to take part in non-competitor sports.
Cars from abroad must present their international FIA sports license or a temporary licence, if requested.
Time measuring devices: participating crews may use chronometers with no restriction.
We accept a maximum of 80 cars built prior to 1991. The Stella Alpina Trophy is reserved to cars built no later than December 31st, 1971
Vehicles entered by foreign crews who haven’t got a historical document (such as a FIVA passport) may be admitted signing a statement of conformity to sports regulations.
The Organizing Committee reserves the right to admit or refuse any vehicle. In case of refusal, the vehicle in question may be replaced with another or the application fee will be refunded in full.
Coefficients: reassessment coefficients will be used to draw up the rankings, namely 1 for the build year of the vehicle.
|Episode title||Stella Alpina 2021|
|Date added||28 June 2021|
|Original date||11 June 2021|