7 February 2019 - 17h16
The gala evening of the 22nd Monte-Carlo Historic Rally was held yesterday at the Salle des Étoiles of Sporting Monte-Carlo.
With a grand dinner, a show and the screening of the official film, the 22nd Monte-Carlo Historic Rally, which the ACM organising committee made as attractive as ever, ended on a high note. The traditional gala and prize-giving evening gathered nearly 1,000 people to honour the winners of each category.
On stage, the Franco-Danish duo Michel Badosa and Morgens Reidl received the Prince of Monaco’s Cup, succeeding Gianmaria Aghem and Diego Cumino, the winners of the 2018 edition. Two Italian crews, the first in a Fiat Ritmo 60 and the second aboard a Lancia Fulvia 1.3S cup, completed the podium. In the women’s event, Germany’s Steffi Edelhoff and Birgit Binder triumphed. Olivier and Lydia Campana were the first Monegasques in the rankings, finishing 28th overall. An evening that concluded this new edition in the best of ways.
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