Eligible types

According to the eligibility rules, any car having participated in the Tour de France Automobile between 1951 and 1973 (plus some exceptions), is admitted.

The fame of the event has always been attracting major car manufacturers but also many small workshops looking for sporting success. These cars are from popular cars at the time such as the Citroën 2CV or the Renault 4CV, to the most desired Ferraris via race prototypes.

Every year, Peter Auto celebrates a make or a model of cars that took part in the history of the Tour de France Automobile. Celebrating its 28th edition, it will be the long forgotten English makes that will receive all the attention. And they are numerous to have lined up at the start of the original race! Priority will therefore be given to the most exotic models, such as Frazer-Nash, Jowett, Sunbeam-Talbot and Fairthorpe. 15 of these models will be selected by the committee and will benefit from a 10% discount on their entry fees.

ELIGIBLE TYPES