One of rallying's most famous cars, the Alpine A110 has been re-released with a new version of the French car. It was officially unveiled at Morzine before the start of the French championship Rallye Mont-Blanc. The car is a version of the retro concept Cup and GT4 car produced by Signatech Alpine and aimed at the FIA’s R-GT market. Renault Sport Racing personnel have helped with the development of this car. The Renault Alpine A110 on which the car is conceived was a highly successful rally car in the early ‘70s and won the FIA’s manufacturer world championship in 1973, winning six rounds that year, three of them by the late Jean-Luc Therier. These cars were instrumental in the careers of many French rally drivers, not the least Michele Mouton when she was a private driver. Signatech is a successful French specialist competition car constructor.

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