Two TER seasons’ titles up for grabs in Antibes final! 2020 and 2021 series winners to be decided on the French Riviera stages...
Next month’s Rallye Antibes Côte d’Azur will be a unique event, in more than one way!
For the first time, two seasons of Rallying will be decided in a great sporting challenge over the beautiful World Class stages of the French Riviera.
The 56th edition of the French classic will be the final 2021 TER and TER Historic season event, and will also count as the last round of the 2020 edition of both series, which were affected by several event cancellations.
With both seasons’ titles open, Antibes awaits many drivers set to take the battle for all the classifications down to the wire, in the 2021 International FIA approved series and in the 2020 edition standings.
Entries for the 2021 TER and TER Historic will be open until October 7th; for the 2020 standings, last year’s registrations are still valid.
Points will be awarded for the overall and power stage (TER and TER Junior drivers) classifications; some drivers are also eligible for bonus points, depending on the number of season starts.
Rallye Antibes Côte d’Azur will stage two days of great action on the technical mountain roads formerly home of many World Championship battles. The 15 special stages total just under 230 kms within a route nearing 800 kms. Aside from the TER, the event counts for the French Rally Championship, the Alpine Rally Trophy and the Challenge Trident.
The entries for Rallye Antibes Côte d’Azur close on September 27th.
Who will be the 2020 and 2021 TER and TER Historic Champions?
TER 2021 Standings
TER Historic 2021 Standings
TER 2020 Standings
TER Historic 2020 Standings