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Jul 20, 2019

RENCONTRES PEUGEOT SPORT - JULY 20-21, 2019

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The Rencontres Peugeot Sport, which will be stopping off at the Circuit Paul Ricard on 20 and 21 July, in particular with a 12-hour race devoted solely to Peugeot Sport racing cars. Centred on the Peugeot 208 Racing Cup promotion sector, the event allows access to motorsport at a lower cost and offers a great deal of driving pleasure and precision.

After more than 40 years of existence, the formula of the Rencontres Peugeot Sport confirms its success on French circuits with a record number of participants - 200 drivers and 80 cars - thanks to the accessibility and pleasure of driving the Peugeot 208 Racing Cup. It will be possible to see this at the Circuit Paul Ricard, on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 July.
Just as much at ease in sprint races as in endurance races, effective and very pleasant to drive, this car developed by Peugeot Sport engineers has shown great reliability for several seasons. And its highly competitive budget makes it the cheapest formula officially supported by a car manufacturer when starting circuit racing.

The wonderful careers of the Peugeot Sport sector.
The Rencontres Peugeot Sport have participated in some great careers. The winner of the 208 Racing Cup and the first Junior won a season in the 308 Racing cup the following year.
The Champion of the 2019 308 Racing Cup will win a Peugeot 308 TCR, ready to race tracks all over the world, in order to participate in international touring series.The spirit of the sector is part of the Peugeot Sport DNA and offers upcoming talent in the discipline genuine career prospects through to the WTCR World Championship for Touring Cars.

A 12-hour Midday Midnight race
This year, the star event of the 2019 Rencontres Peugeot Sport season will be a 12-hour Midday Midnight endurance race. For this separate event, it is the Circuit Paul Ricard, the reference for motorsport, and the host of the French F1 Grand Prix, which has been chosen.
The weekend’s programme will feature qualifying sessions followed on Saturday by a 12-hour Midday Midnight race in the Relais 208. And the show will continue on Sunday with four sprint races in 208 Racing Cup as well as the Endurance Peugeot Trophy. In 208 Racing Cups, talented young upstarts and experienced amateurs will put on a show, as will the Relais 208 in which many driver associations will be feared. A 208 Racing Cup will be entrusted to a VIP/Media team.
In the paddock, the party will be in full swing with many exhibitions and activities designed specifically for the general public.

Public access: free

Media accreditation: mariehelenevroum@gmail.com

Website: http://www.peugeot-rps.fr/