Tour Auto Optic 2000

April 20, 2020 – April 25, 2020 all-day
3 Avenue du Général Eisenhower
75008 Paris

Iconic Alpine-Renault on the Tour Optic 2000 historic rally

The 29th edition of the Tour Auto Optic 2000 starts from the Grand Palais (Paris) to finish in Marseille, via Clermont-Ferrand, Limoges, Toulouse and Pont du Gard. This year, the greatest French historic rally celebrates Porsche prototypes.

Every year, the Tour Auto Optic 2000 itinerary is renewed to offer spectators and participants alike a new experience. The first traditional rendezvous takes place on Monday 20th April in the Grand Palais and gives the public the opportunity to see all the cars entered for the event. In the early morning of 21st April the crews leave the capital and set out to cover 2140 kilometres of French roads. The official start of this incredible adventure is given in at the Linas-Montlhéry Autodrome. Over five days competitors do battle on four circuits (Nevers Magny-Cours, Charade, Albi and Ledenon) and in 10 special stages. This schedule brings the Tour Auto Optic 2000 caravan to Clermont-Ferrand, Limoges, Toulouse and Pont du Gard before its journey comes to an end in Marseille.

Porsche Prototypes Theme

Every year, the Tour Auto Optic 2000 celebrates a make or a model of cars that took part in the history of the Tour de France Automobile. This year, the Porsche prototypes receive all the attention: Porsche 550 Spyder, 356 Carrera Abarth 1600, 356 Carrera Abarth 2000, 904 GTS, 910, 906 and 907.

Tour Optic 2000 Entry List

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Monday, April 20, 2020
Grand Palais, Paris
• Administrative checks and technical scrutineering

Tuesday, April 21, 2020 | Stage 1
Paris – Clermont-Ferrand (420 km)
• Official start from the Linas-Monthléry Autodrome
• Circuit de Nevers – Magny-Cours
• One special stage

Wednesday, April 22, 2020 | Stage 2
Clermont-Ferrand – Limoges (360 km)
• Circuit de Charade
• Two special stages

Thursday, April 23, 2020 | Stage 3
Limoges – Toulouse (480 km)
• Circuit d’Albi
• Two special stages

Friday, April 24, 2020 | Stage 4
Toulouse – Pont du Gard (460 km)
• Circuit de Lédenon
• Two special stages

Saturday, April 25, 2020 | Stage 5
Pont du Gard – Marseille (420 km)
• Three special stages


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