fri10jan(jan 10)2:00 pmsun12(jan 12)7:00 pmTOKYO AUTO SALON - TOKYO (JP)Makuhari Messe2:00 pm - 7:00 pm (12) UTC+1 MAKUHARI MESSE International Convention Complex, Makuhari Messe, Inc. / 2-1 Nakase, Mihama-Ku, Chiba-City, Chiba Prefecture Event Organized By: TOKYO AUTO SALON ASSOSIATION (TASA) Event Type :Exhibition
TOKYO AUTO SALON has a wide variety of dedicated exhibitors to -showcase and demonstrate their latest technological solutions and products for cars to be tuned-up and dressed-up -showcase and sell cars with
TOKYO AUTO SALON has a wide variety of dedicated exhibitors to
-showcase and demonstrate their latest technological solutions and products for cars to be tuned-up and dressed-up
-showcase and sell cars with dress-up parts and accessories
-showcase and sell cars highlighting innovative tuning technologies
-showcase and sell auto-related video games, aftermarket parts, motorsport merchandise and other diverse auto-related products
-showcase and sell complete tuned-up cars and commercial vehicles
Friday 10th, Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th January, 2020
MAKUHARI MESSE International Convention Complex
Int’l Exhibition Halls 1-11, Int’l Conference Hall, Makuhari Event Hall and Outdoor Arena
(Makuhari Messe, Inc. / 2-1 Nakase, Mihama-Ku, Chiba-City, Chiba Prefecture)
Fri, 10 Jan 9:00am – 7:00pm (Trade, media and invitee only)
2:00pm – (Premium ticket holders only)
*1: Exhibitors are asked to refrain from making loud noise in order for trade visitors and media to do their job smoothly.
Sat, 11 Jan 9:00am – 7:00pm (Open to public)
Sun, 12 Jan 9:00am – 6:00pm (Open to public)
Tokyo Auto Salon Committee
Tokyo Auto Salon Association (TASA)
10 (Friday) 2:00 pm - 12 (Sunday) 7:00 pm UTC+1
TOKYO AUTO SALON ASSOSIATION (TASA)https://www.tokyoautosalon.jp/2020/en/inquiry/ Shinjuku Eastside Square 7F, 6-27-30, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-8463 JAPAN
thu16janAll Dayfri17RM SOTHEBY'S AUCTION - ARIZONA (US)ARIZONA BILTMORE RESORT & SPA, PHOENIX, ARIZONA(All Day) UTC+1 Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa, 2400 East Missouri Avenue Phoenix, Arizona United States 85016 Event Organized By: RM SOTHEBY'S Event Type :Auction
Kicking off the collector car auction season, RM Sotheby’s returns to the stunning grounds of the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa in Phoenix, 16-17 January, for its 21st annual Arizona
Kicking off the collector car auction season, RM Sotheby’s returns to the stunning grounds of the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa in Phoenix, 16-17 January, for its 21st annual Arizona sale.
A mecca for auto enthusiasts—deemed as Arizona Car Week—where car aficionados plan their year in the hobby, and acquire their next car—or cars—for the upcoming years many events.
On offer are everything from sub-$100,000 collectible cars to Pebble Beach—and Amelia Island—eligible show cars, as well as sports and GT cars such as Ferrari, Porsche, and Aston Martin.
RM Sotheby’s auction is held at the elegant Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Arizona Biltmore
Breathtaking hotel grounds with a very popular outdoor bar
Two 18-hole Championship Golf Courses, swimming pools, cushioned tennis courts
Onsite collection of shops and designer boutiques
NOTABLE RECORDS FROM PREVIOUS YEARS
2019 – 2019 Porsche 911 Sport Classic (sold for $654,000)
Benchmark for the model as the first example ever offered at auction
2018 – 1966 Shelby 427 Semi-Competition Cobra (sold for $2,947,500)
New Auction Record for the model
2017 – 1995 Ferrari F50 (sold for $3,135,000)
New Auction Record for the model
2016 – 1939 Jaguar SS 100 2 ½ -Litre Roadster (sold for $1,402,500)
New Auction Record for a Jaguar SS 100
2016 – 1937 Mercedes-Benz 540 K Special Roadster (sold for $9,900,000)
Most valuable automobile sold in Arizona auction history
Also, one of the most valuable pre-war automobiles ever sold at auction
january 16 (Thursday) - 17 (Friday) UTC+1
RM SOTHEBY'Sinformation@rmsothebys.com Chatham-Kent, ON N0P 1A0 Canada
thu23janAll Daysun26WINTER MARATHON - Madonna di Campiglio (IT)The most important and long-lived winter regularity competition(All Day) UTC+2 Savoia Palace Hotel, Viale Dolomiti di Brenta, 18 Madonna di Campiglio - Pinzolo (TN) Event Organized By: VECARS S.n.c. Event Type :Classic race
The 32nd edition of the most historic and important winter regularity competition for classic cars comes back from 23 to 26 January in its traditional and natural home. There will be
The 32nd edition of the most historic and important winter regularity competition for classic cars comes back from 23 to 26 January in its traditional and natural home.
There will be important news, starting from a partially renewed race program both in development and in locations and which will still be done in 2 legs: the first on Thursday 23 January at the end of the administrative checks scheduled in the center of Campiglio, while the second – and more demanding – on Friday 24 January, with start and arrival in the central Piazza Righi for a total route (between stages 1 and 2) of over 450 km through the Dolomites with 65 precision time trials and 6 regularity tests. The show will continue on Saturday 25 January on the frozen lake with the dispute of the two non-ranking knockout trophies.
As always the protagonists will be cars built until 1968 both front and rear wheel drive with also a selection of collectible and special interest cars produced before 1976. Particular attention will be dedicated as usual to the hospitality of all competitors who will stay in 4 star hotel in the center of Madonna di Campiglio, true focal point of the event that will host as always all the highlights: the administrative checks and scrutineering, the start and arrival of both 2 legs, the special trophies on the frozen lake scheduled on Saturday Afernoon and the prize-giving with farewell dinner.
january 23 (Thursday) - 26 (Sunday) UTC+2
VECARS S.n.c.+39 030 827095 P.le Europa 65 25068 Sarezzo BS
wed29janAll Daywed05feb23rd Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique - MONTE CARLO (MC)A tough nut to crack!(All Day) UTC+2 Montauban-sur-l'Ouvèze, Montauban-sur-l'Ouvèze Event Organized By: Automobile Club de Monaco Event Type :Classic race
A tough nut to crack! Three days only after the arrival of the 88thMonte-Carlo Rally, crews entered in the 23rd Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique will be faced with a very tough route
A tough nut to crack!
Three days only after the arrival of the 88thMonte-Carlo Rally, crews entered in the 23rd Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique will be faced with a very tough route as well: a succession of Regularity Stages (SR) where great stories where written, belonging to the legend of this prestigious event won 60 years ago by the Mercedes 220 SE (#128) of Walter Schock / Rolf Moll. This 2020 edition will be even more exciting, thanks to the dedicated Organizing Committee at Automobile Club de Monaco (ACM). The succession of Michel Badosa and Mogens Reidl, the winning crew last year in a Renault 8, is now open…
Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique can only accept cars entered in previous editions of the Monte-Carlo Rally between 1911 and 1980. And in order to allow all crews a chance to finish in a decent position, they will again have a choice, in 2020, between three average speeds to respect during the whole race.
The start of this 23rd edition will be given on Wednesday January 29 for the first starts of the concentration leg, in Athens (1,715km/12:40pm) and Glasgow (2,142km/6pm). Then, on Friday January 31, other crews will depart from Bad Homburg(1,257km/2pm), Milano (1,069km/6pm), Barcelona (958km/7pm), Reims (940km/7pm) and Monte-Carlo (950km/8pm) with a common destination: Buis-les-Baronnies, in the very heart of Drôme Provençale, a rallying point that crews will reach on Saturday February 1 from 10:30am onwards. At that point, the concentration leg will not be over. It will end with the first two regularity stages, well-known by regular competitors of the event: Montauban-sur-l’Ouvèze – Saint-André-de-Rosans / SR1 / 45km / 11:30am followed by La Motte-Chalancon – Saint-Nazaire-le-Désert / SR2 / 17km / 1:10pm. The last checkpoint of the day is scheduled in Crest at 3pm, before rallying the host-city, Valence (Drôme), where the first crews are expected on Champ de Mars from 3:55 pm onwards.
On Sunday February 2, at 6:30am, the Classification Leg in Ardèche will start with La Croze – Antraigues-sur-Volane / SR3 / 57km / 7:50am, another classic stage with its finish line in front of the famous “Remise”, the mythical restaurant of the Jouanny family. Another legendary stage will follow, Burzet – Lachamp-Raphaël / SR4 / 49km / 9:55am, in a brand new version crossing Saint-Martial. The half-day pause is scheduled from 12:40pm on Place du Marchéin Saint-Agrève, where all crews will enjoy a pleasing moment tasting local produce, before starting an interesting loop: Saint-Bonnet-le-Froid / SR5 / 25km / 1:05pm followed by Saint-Pierre-sur-Doux – Col du Buisson / SR6 / 22km / 1:45pm. Then, on the way back to Valence (4:50pm), there will be a checkpoint in Plats (3:35 pm) and a popular and festive stop on Quai Farconnet in Tournon-sur-Rhône, from 4pm onwards.
Heading for Vercors, the Ecrins Nature Park and the Diois area, the 1st Part of the Common Leg will start on Monday February 3 at 6:30am for what promises to be a very tough day on the road. The first Regularity Stage will be Col de Gaudissart – La Cime du Mas / SR7 / 18km / 8am followed by Les Nonières – Chichilianne / SR8 / 19km / 9:50am, then a checkpoint on Place Roger Brachet in Mens (10:50am) before starting Saint-Michel-en-Beaumont – Corps / SR9 / 16km / 11:25am and eventually La Piarre – Establet / SR10 / 31km / 1:20pm. The last pause of the day, before returning to Valence (5:40pm), will happen on Place du Champ de Mars at Saint-Jean-en-Royans with a checkpoint from 4:30pm onwards.
On Tuesday February 4, the first crews will leave Valence at 5:30am. This 2nd Part of the Common Leg will start with Saint-Nazaire-le-Désert – La Motte-Chalançon / SR11 / 21km / 7:05am followed closely by Bréziers – Selonnet / SR 12 / 18km / 9:55am. After a checkpoint on Place du Tampinet in Digne-les-Bains (11:15am), the crews will head for the legendary stage of Col de Corobin, Etablissement Thermal – Norante / SR13 / 16km / 11:25am. The last checkpoint before entering parc fermé in Monaco (3:15pm) will be set up on Place Neuve in La Turbie, from 2:40pm onwards.
The Final Leg, scheduled for the night of Tuesday 4 to Wednesday February 5, will start from Monaco at 9pm, with two more legendary stages on the menu: Col de Braus – Lantosque / SR14 / 34km / 10:15pm and La Bollène-Vésubie – Sospel / SR15 / 35km / 11:35pm. The remaining crews will then reach Port Hercule in Monaco around 1:30am.
Finally, according to tradition, the Gala and the Prize Giving will take place on the evening of Wednesday February 5 in the Salle des Etoiles – Monte-Carlo Sporting Club (evening dress mandatory or dark clothing mandatory).
January 29 (Wednesday) - February 5 (Wednesday) UTC+2
Automobile Club de Monacoinfo@acm.mc 23 Boulevard Albert 1er, Monaco