The Rally Show at Chatsworth for 2010 will be an exciting event especially for fans of the Audi quattro.
The featured celebration at the show will be “30 years of the Audi Quattro”, the car that revolutionised rally car design and performance. The “Quattro” was first launched on to the rallying scene in 1981, it’s first event was the Monte Carlo Rally with two cars driven by Hannu Mikkola and Michele Mouton. There is a planned demo run of works Audi quattro’s which will include IN-NP 50 belonging to Adam Marsden. Adam has taken part in all three previous events with IN-NP 50 and with his other rally quattro BPC11Y.
The 2010 event features a brand new special stage layout, plus better locations for the service park and the exhibition area. Over 40,000 people attended the first three shows. This is now the second biggest rally event in the UK (only Rally GB is bigger). The show incorporates part of the former RAC Rally stage and turns it into a spectator based event complete with all the thrills of special stage rallying. Historic and World Rally Cars will take on Chatsworth’s famous set pieces of rallying; the jump and the water splash.