Two more days, then the Lausitz is again in rally fever. For all fans we have some important information.
Bernd G., stage commander at the Lausitz-Rallye, shares with us his passion, his duties before and after the special stage and why “watching colourful cars” is only marginally possible.
„SAXON IS MUCH MORE THAN A DIALECT. Saxon is an attitude towards life”. We as Saxons share this attitude of course and we are all the more glad to be a part of the image campaign “So geht sächsisch”.
The Lausitz-Rallye is anything but a „normal“ rally. While almost all other rallies in Germany and in its neighbouring countries are taking place on tarmac, the Lausitz-Rallye is a gravel rally from the beginning in 2000 – the most significant one in Central Europe.
Ah, the money thing. No one talks about it but everyone would like to have more of it. The financial means are fundamental for us, too for the success of the Lausitz-Rallye – besides voluntary assistants, road marshals and many other pieces of the puzzle.
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