The 5th Peking to Paris Motor Challenge 2013
May 28th to June 29th 2013
The Greatest Motoring Adventure - Peking to Paris 2013
Since the early pioneers first drove Peking to Paris in 1907 the ERA has organised three further events -the longest challenge anyone can drive in a vintage or classic car
Our 2013 Peking to Paris route drives from China, through Mongolia, then into Russia and westwards to the Ukraine, Slovakia and Europe on route to the triumphal finish in Paris.
Some treat a Rally as a ‘once in a lifetime’ experience, but fror many it quickly becomes an addiction - the chance to experience landscapes and countries like never before...
It's too late to join the 5th Peking to Paris Motor Challenge but you can be part of the adventure when the 6th edition visits Tibet and Nepal in 2016.
Peking – Great Wall of China – Inner Mongolia – Gobi Desert – Outer Mongolia – Ulaan Baatar – Telmen Lake – Russia – Novosibirsk – Omsk – Tyumen – Samara – Ukraine – Kiev – Lviv – Slovakia – Kosice – Bratislava – Austria – Schladming – Switzerland – Gstaad – France – Troyes – Paris
Drive in the tracks of history
Since the early pioneers first drove Peking to Paris in 1907 the ERA has organised three further editions of this remarkable event. The Peking to Paris is the longest and toughest challenge anyone can drive in a vintage or classic car.
On 28 May 2013, the flag will fall at the start of the next Peking to Paris Motor Challenge... it will be the start of a remarkable adventure... the chance to explore your powers of resolve and the extent of your human spirit. Ahead will be thirty-three days of living an extraordinary adventure driving through some of the remotest places on earth.
The 2010 event blazed a pioneering route thorough some of the most inaccessible countries in the world, where no classic-car had gone before. The 2010 event was hailed as one of the most ambitious and best organised historic rallies of all time. Follow the menu links to find our web pages from our earlier Peking to Paris events.
An amazing bunch of rescue mechanics - the fact so many cars are lining up in Paris with so many happy crews after a drive half way round the world is all down to the back-up on this event, producing daily miracles, the real heroes of a fantastic event."
Bert Kursten, Bentley - Netherlands, Silver Medal Winner 2007 Peking Paris