A staggering 233 rally cars set off from their respective starting points in Glasgow, Bad Homburg, Milano and Reims on a several hundred kilometre Concentration Route with the same destination for all, Monaco’s Quai Albert-Ier by the afternoon of Friday, February 2.

As residents of the Principality may recall from previous editions of this event, the roaring rally legends of yesteryear provide quite the public spectacle as they arrive in Port Hercule. The 26th edition of the Historic Monte-Carlo Rally is no different.

Cars from 43 different manufacturers, all registered between 1911 and 1983, will take their place in the port ahead of a busy Classification Stage starting from the morning of Saturday, February 3 and concluding with a thrilling Final Stage around Col de Turini that following Tuesday evening.

Following years of tradition, the 26th historic rally will culminate in a gala evening at the Salle des Etoiles on Wednesday, February 7.

All images taken by Jack Brodie during 2022 Historic Monte-Carlo Rally