The glamourous rallying event, founded over 100 years ago to draw wealthy clients to Monaco casino in winter, has reached legendary status in the world of motorsports. In its golden years, the icy roads of the Turini pass were the scene of the toughest battles between Porsche and French blue Alpine, timed by Longines.
Rauno Aaltonen (SF)/Liddon (UK) in a Mini Cooper S, winner of Rallye Monte-Carlo 1967.
Rallye Monte-Carlo 1971: Jean-Luc Thérier and Marcel Callewaert drifting in an Alpine A110 1600. They finished on second position.