There is the list of entries for the Monza Rally, 100 of them at the start of the last round of the CIAR and CIRT

The grand Italian finale, scheduled for 1 and 2 December in the Temple of Speed, presents all the names of the crews expected in the race. Among the 43 Rally2 confirmed leaders Crugnola and Andreucci, many interesting drivers and watch out for the Juniors who are fighting for the title.

The publication of the entry list reminds us that the time for the Monza Rally is truly upon us. There is just a week left until the event that will write the final verdicts on the main Italian rallying series, so the publication of the list with all the crews expected to compete on 1 and 2 December at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza has arrived on time. A total of 100 competitors are admitted to this rally which, as widely described and debated in the meantime, will take place on the double surface of dirt and asphalt along a route of 100 km in total entirely inside the Temple of Speed, on sections of track and in the fenced park.

The main tricolor validity of interest are clearly the major series Sparco Absolute Italian Rally Championship and the Italian Terra Rally Championship, but the spotlight will also be on the Italian Rally Junior Championship, which in fact remains the only Italian title still to be awarded and will feature 7 young people from ACI Team Italia at the start.

The publication of the entry list for the Monza Rally has in fact already formally assigned, even before the race, the CIRT title to Paolo Andreucci and Rudy Briani given the absence of Gryazin. Therefore, an opportunity to celebrate in Monza for the three-time Terra Champion duo, who are not missing. Present at the top of the list are the pair of Absolute Champions Andrea Crugnola and Pietro Ometto, and the Promotion Champions Bostjan Avelj and Damjian Andrejka. There are also several interesting profiles among the outsiders, not registered in the championships, such as Andrea Mabellini and Corrado Pinzano among the big names as well as Roberto Daprà, the driver of ACI Team Italia, RC4 European Champion, who will debut on the Skoda Rally2.

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