News & Updates
06.02.2014Marvellous Invicta 4 ½ litre on the entry list!
The Invicta company was founded in 1925 and was based in Cobham/Surrey close to the Brooklands racetrack. A marvellous 4 ½ litre Sports-Tourer from 1932 was one of the first entries for Saalbach Classic 2014. Equipped with the 120 HP Meadows engine this model was capable of reaching 100mph (160km/h).
25.08.2013Winners of Saalbach Classic 2013
From Austria - Alfred Jodl and his son Christoph driving their beautiful AC Ace 1960. After 22 Special Stages it was incredibly close - just 7 hundredth of a second deciding for Jodl/Jodl. The second edition of Saalbach Classic will take place from 20 to 24 August 2014.
21.08.2013Scrutineering in the center of Saalbach
More than 40 classic cars already showed up for scrutineering for Saalbach Classic 2013. The prologue will start on Thursday, 22 August at 5.00 pm. First car off the starting ramp will be double World Rallye Champion Walter Röhrl driving a works Porsche 911 from the museum in Stuttgart followed by more then 60 entries of 5 nations from all over Europe.
03.08.2013Zwischengas - Media partner for Saalbach Classic
Passion for vintage cars and historic race cars. That is the power behind a wonderful website called ZWISCHENGAS (double-clutch). Famous Swiss photographer Dani Reinhard and his friends created this gem of a website. Reinhard is a professional photographer in motorsports. His career startet with the 1979 British Grand Prix in Silverstone. Since then he has been following more than 500 Grand Prix, making him one of the most famous in the business. He will be shooting the Saalbach Classic from August, 21st as well.
01.08.2013Design by Zagato, Milano
The Lancia Flaminia Supersport was built by Zagato from 1964 with the introduction of the 2,8 L 163 bhp engine. Famous for its unusual "double-bubble roof", it became an icon of Italian cardesign. Until 1967 only 150 Supersports were built. A very beautiful, unrestored Lancia Flaminia Supersport is on the entry list of Saalbach Classic 2013.