‘Tour Auto Lissac 2007 Motorshow’ temporary exhition under the nave of Grand Palais in Paris April 23, 2007
The competitors in the 2007 Tour Auto Lissac will install their machines under the nave of the Grand Palais on the morning of the 23rd of April: the checks and scrutineering will take place in this magical setting.
The Grand Palais is a symbol of the arrival of the motorsport culture to France and Europe.
Built for the 1900 World Fair, the following year it welcomed the first ever Motorshow and was to remain as the annual showcase for the most beautiful cars in the world up until 1961.
Doubtless the spectators that come to visit this ‘Tour Auto Lissac 2007 Motorshow’ will find the all their dream cars, with legendary makes such as Alfa Romeo, Alpine, Aston Martin, Ferrari, Ford, Lancia, Lotus, Porsche and others reunited for an exclusive journey specially conceived to bring relive the most beautiful days of world motorsport history.
Main entrance, avenue Winston Churchill
Open to the public from 11 h to 18h30(last entry at 17h30) on Monday 23rd of April 2007
Public Price inc. VAT: 8 euros ; Reservations at +33 1 42 59 73 40
Entry on the Avenue Winston Churchill
Parking: Rond-point des Champs-Elysées
For further information, you can visit the following website: Tour Auto Lissac 2007