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Around 70 classic cars will set off from Paisley Abbey at around 18.45 tonight to include Porsches, Mini Coopers, and Linwood-built Hillman Imps. The classics will then join competing cars from other start cities across Europe to include Barcelona, Turin, Copenhagen and Reims on the 1,670-mile route to the French Riviera.
Created by Prince Albert I of Monaco in 1911, the Monte Carlo Classic Rally initially began as a small rally with just 23 cars featured from six different European cities. Only 16 cars went on to actually complete the circuit with Henry Rougier taking the winning place in a Turcat-Mery.
Renfrewshire’s Provost Anne Hall, who will help wave the drivers off from the start ramp, said: “We are delighted to be able to host the world-famous event here in the historic town centre of Paisley.
“Last year’s event was a really memorable night with a great atmosphere and the sight of the cars setting off from outside Paisley Abbey made for a magnificent spectacle.
“We have a programme of entertainment laid on from 4pm and we look forward to seeing another bumper crowd.”
The rally is expected to generate more than £1 million for the Renfrewshire economy.