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Lagonda M45  1934
Lagonda M45 1934© Saalbach Classic

Lagonda is a British luxury car marque established in 1906, which was owned by Aston Martin since 1947. The first of the company`s sports models was launched in 1925. Later the 4.5-litre M45 with Meadows-supplied 6-cylinder tuned engine achieved victory at Le Mans in 1935.

28.07.2014The Bentley Boys

Bentley Boys at Saalbach-Classic
Bentley Boys at Saalbach-Classic© Saalbach Classic

In August 1919, Bentley Motors Ltd. was registered. A chassis with dummy engine was exhibited at the London Motor Show two months later. Bentley entered the 1922 Indy 500 as the first major event. The Golden Years brought five wins at Le Mans in 1924, 1927, 1928, 1929 and 1930, when the Bentley Boys were unstoppable. We are proud to see two very special Bentleys in Saalbach.

24.07.2014The Grossglockner High Alpine Road

The Grossglockner High Alpine Road
The Grossglockner High Alpine Road© Saalbach-Classic/Reinhard

The most famous alpine road leads you into the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park, to the highest mountain in Austria, the Grossglockner (3,798m) and its glacier, the Pasterze. You will have a driving and nature experience of a special kind on 48 kilometres of high alpine road with 36 bends, and an altitude ascent to 2,504 metres.
You pass through a unique world of mountains with blossoming alpine meadows, fragrant mountain forests, massive cliffs and eternal ice to the foot of the Grossglockner, the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe. Saalbach-Classic Rally will be there!
The Grossglockner-leg starts on Friday 22 August at 7.31 am from the starting ramp at Saalbach.

21.07.2014Lancia Aprilia 1937

Lancia Aprilia 1937
Lancia Aprilia 1937© Saalbach Classic

The Lancia Aprilia was one of the first automobiles designed using windtunnel in close collaboration with Battista Farina. A very rare first series model will enter Saalbach-Classic just three months after sucessfully participating in the 2014 Mille Miglia.

29.06.2014French beauty – Rally NCP

Rally NCP 1932
Rally NCP 1932© Saalbach-Classic

The „Automobiles Rally“ company was founded in 1921 by Mr. Eugène A. Asnière in the northwestern suburbs of Paris. Rally competed with other French cyclecar makers such as Amilcar, Salmson and B.N.C. From 1931 the 1,300cc twin-cam Salmson S4 unit was used in the new N-series. One of those very rare sporting Rally NCP models (courtpuissée – short and powerful) will be at Saalbach in August 2014.