The Lausitz-Rallye is entering its 24th edition with an enormous response. Almost 100 teams will take to the road for the International ADMV Lausitz-Rallye from 4 to 6 November 2021.

Daniel Chwist kleinIf you want to watch the spectacle live, you can buy your personalised online tickets in our online shop. There are also plenty of tickets available for last-minute visitors, which can be purchased up until the start of the event.

The 3G model applies to spectators. The vaccination, convalescent or test certificate will be checked at the entrance to the ten official spectator points - together with the personalised ticket. Spectators without a valid ticket, or with no or incomplete 3G proof, will be denied access to the event. Spectators will be required to wear mouth-to-nose coverings at spectator points if the social distance of 1.5 metres cannot be maintained.

Testcenter kleinA dedicated test centre will be available on both days of the event to ensure on-site testing facilities. Visitors will be able to obtain a daily rapid test, which is valid for 24 hours. This test costs 20 euros and must be paid in cash only.

Children and young people up to 18 years of age do not need a test certificate, as they are exempt from compulsory testing or are tested regularly in schools.

A visit to the service park will not be possible for spectators this year. The strict COVID19 protocol of the international motorsport federation FIA does not allow visitors in the service park.

Top-class starting field guarantees exciting action
From a sporting point of view, you can expect an extremely well-staffed field of competitors. After last year's cancellations due to the Corona, we can again offer a full and very international starting field.

A total of 96 teams have registered, including 16 teams in the highest class RC2. "This quality is outstanding and does us great honour. This means that we have gathered the most R5 and R4 vehicles in one event in Germany," says organisation boss Wolfgang Rasper proudly and adds: "The national field is also enormously strong. We know that many fans want to see the high-performance cars, but are just as enthusiastic about rooting for their local teams."

So the organisers are not only expecting a duel between Matthias Kahle and Anders Grondal, but also some Czech, Polish as well as Turkish crews want to fight for the overall victory. Besides the two "Lausitz veterans" Kahle and Grondal, Erik Cais (Ford Fiesta R5, CZE), Martin Vlcek (Hyundai i20 R5, CZE) as well as Mustafa Cakal (Hyundai i20 R5, TUR) and Daniel Chwist (Hyundai i20 R5, POL) are among the extended circle of favourites. Crowd favourite András Serényi with the Trabant 601 RS from Hungary will also be at the start again.

The winners will be determined in the FIA European Rally Trophy, the HD Schotter-Cup, DMSB Schotter-Rallye-Cup, the ADMV Rallye-Meisterschaft as well as the Sächsische Rallye-Meisterschaft.

Author: Björn Fröbe
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