Peter Auto Magazine #09 – 2019 Rallye des Légendes Richard Mille
This is the most exclusive event of the Peter Auto calendar. The place and the date were a secret, so it is nearly impossible to find photos on the internet. Fortunately, Mylène and B-Side Production were there!
Magazine #01 ☛ https://youtu.be/tleAvNymgq4
Magazine #02 ☛ https://youtu.be/g_axPMvghVA
Magazine #03 ☛ https://youtu.be/uSPNo19zYek
Magazine #04 ☛ https://youtu.be/KzplmPjnJzw
Magazine #05 ☛ https://youtu.be/uEzrJ4G_jhU
Magazine #06 ☛ https://youtu.be/R4cwgT7dBWw
Magazine #07 ☛ https://youtu.be/drRzpKUTQxk
Magazine #08 ☛ https://youtu.be/X0zt6i8maiM
_The Rallye des Légendes Richard Mille has the ambition of reuniting the rarest and most exclusive cars in a select small committee to celebrate the Art de Vivre along Europe’s most scenic roads. After a first successful edition in the magnificent and historical setting of Provence, Peter Auto alongside its faithful partner Richard Mille offers in 2019 the opportunity to discover the sweetness of our Spanish neighbor’s lifestyle as well as their cultural heritage.
_For this second edition, Peter Auto has chosen Andalusia as its new anchor. With its mountains, the highest of the Iberian Peninsula, its natural landscape –including parks, reserves and other protected sites– and its coastline, this southern region of Spain is rich with ecological diversity and an infinite variety of splendors. Its cities remain to this day witnesses of a rich cultural heritage. The arenas, singular to each town, are strongest symbols of this attachment to history and traditions. The architectural jewels are among the most seducing ones of Europe, such as the Alhambra of Grenada, the mesmerizing spectacles paced by the flamenco guitarists or the oceans of olive and orange trees. These make up the personality and character of this captivating region.
_Excluding any notion of competition and timing, the “Rallye des Légendes” is organized on the basis of a three day/four night adventure, fostering a star shaped route bringing back the participants to their starting point on two occasions.
_They marked their timeline, served as proof of the past technologic challenges; their sleek design and style making them stand out as veritable pieces of art capable of seducing the most demanding aesthetes. Among these exceptional automobiles can be found models whose serial production was extremely limited and whose pedigree and competitive records serve as proof to their exquisiteness: Allard J2X (1952), Alvis TD 21 (1962), Aston Martin DB2/4 Bertone Competition Spyder (1953), Aston Martin DB3S (1955), Aston Martin V8 (1975), BMW 328 Roadster (1938), Bugatti Type 57 Stelvio (1939), Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta (1962), Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Pininfarina Serie II (1961), Ferrari 250 GT Lusso (1964), Ferrari 275 GTB 6C (1964), Ferrari 275 GTC (1966), Ferrari 356 GT 2+2 (1971), Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona (1974), Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Gr.IV (1972), Ford GT 40 (1965), Porsche 356 Speedster GT (1959), Porsche 911 R (1968), Porsche 959 (1987), Porsche Carrera GTZ (2004), Shelby Cobra 289 (1964).