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We welcome enquiries about any of the rallies listed below. Call us for a chat, send us an email or Contact Us Here to find out more.
Gstaad Palace Challenge
August 31st - September 1st 2018
Luxury on wheels – the Gstaad Palace Challenge 2018
The Gstaad Palace is a flagship among Swiss luxury hotels, a landmark destination in one of the world’s most luxurious holiday regions, and this autumn it is hosting the Gstaad Palace Challenge, a weekend regularity rally for enthusiasts who appreciate wonderful roads, stunning scenery, fine company and outstanding cuisine. Organised by Rally Round and limited to just 30 cars to maintain the highest standards of service within a convivial atmosphere, this is rallying at its best for skilled crews driving exclusive classic and vintage cars.
Rally Round Africa
1-27 October 2018
Rally training – the road to success
29 March 2019
Date: Friday 29 March 2019
Where: New Forest
Have you ever looked at our glossy event brochures and thought you would love to have a go at rallying, if only it were a little less complicated?
In truth, it isn’t as hard as you might imagine, and to prove it we’re holding an informal training day on Friday 29th March 2019. The programme has been designed specifically for novices but if successful we may organise similar events for crews who wish to take their skills to the next level.
21 April - 16 May 2019
This rally is now fully subscribed, but if you are interested in a second Trans-Himalayan Adventure in 2020 please contact the rally office via email: email@example.com
An unforgettable, high-altitude expedition through China, Tibet and Nepal
The Trans-Himalayan Adventure is our most challenging event to date, taking a select group of intrepid crews on a non-competitive, 23-day expedition across the mightiest mountain range on earth. Most rallies in this region travel along the southern foothills of the Himalayas, but Rally Round will be crossing the range from north to south, starting from Chengdu, China, and travelling via Tibet and Nepal to finish at Kathmandhu.
16-21 September 2019
A period-dressed regularity competition celebrating the world’s first motor race and paying tribute to the heroic pioneers of 1895 who battled their way from Paris to Bordeaux.
Flight of the Condor
11 November – 8 December 2019
Discover the enthralling magic and majesty of the Andes mountains on a competitive 28-day adventure rally through the awe-inspiring landscapes and fascinating cultures of South America.
16 February - 5 March 2020
A marvellous three-week adventure rally, starting from the 21 Gun Salute International Vintage Car Rally and Concours Show in New Dehli and motoring on to explore the magnificent Royal Palaces of Rajasthan.
Odyssey Italia II
6-21 May 2020
Clerk of the Course Kim Bannister revisits the fabulous rally roads, history and culture of the Mediterranean in luxurious style as the islands bloom with beautiful Spring flowers.
The 2nd Samurai Challenge
A second chance to experience the amazing landscapes and culture of Japan
Our fabulous Samurai Challenge in Spring 2017 was such a wonderful success that we have decided to return to Japan in 2020 for a second bite of the cherry, if not the cherry blossom; this time we will be travelling in October and following a circular route that starts and finishes in the dazzling city of Tokyo.
2-22 May 2021
A thrilling rally though the wilds of Mongolia
Rally Round is thrilled to announce an amazing new driving adventure – the Pure Mongolia rally, running over three weeks in May 2021. Starting and finishing in the Mongolian capital, Ulaanbaatar, this 5,000km event will loop north, south, east and west to explore this remote an, wildly beautiful land, Route designer Kim Bannister has previously run four rallies through Mongolia and has long wanted to explore the country more widely. “It is surely the world’s final frontier,” he says, “and this might be the last opportunity to experience the country before its ancient traditions are extinguished.”