Das Kilomètre Lancé vom 2. bis 4. September 2022

St. Moritz. Das Kilomètre Lancé vom 2. bis 4. September 2022 auf dem Engadin Airport in St. Moritz war ein großer Erfolg. Auch anfängliche Wetterkapriolen sahen die 65 Automobile und Motorräder als Herausforderung und nutzten die großzügigen Fahrzeiten, um sich zu messen, um Rekorde aus der Frühzeit des Beschleunigungsrennen zu jagen oder einfach nur, um diese Fahrt in Richtung Horizont zu genießen.

Motorcycle highlights at the Kilomètre Lancé

There are only five starting places left for the motorcycles!

With the starting number 1, the Brough Superior SS100 takes the 1000-meter sprint under its wheels. Until the Second World War, motorcycles with the 70 hp twin were considered the world's fastest and best-manufactured machines. The brand became famous through the British colonel, spy and writer T. E. Lawrence. The fanatical sportsman and motorcyclist had acquired seven new Brough Superior in twelve years, covering up to 800 kilometers a day on his numerous journeys.

The "Blitzen-Benz" at Kilomètre Lancé

Hermann Layher brings the fastest vehicle over 100 years ago to the Kilomètre Lance. The "Blitzen-Benz" made history with a top speed of 228.1 kilometers per hour. From September 2nd to 4th, 2022, Solitude GmbH will revive the drag race at Engadin Airport as part of the International St. Moritz Automobile Week. Sprints from a standing start to 1000 meters, as in the founding year 1929.

Prince Leopold starts at the Kilomètre Lancé - CO2-neutral!

The Int. St. Moritz Automobile Week with the Kilomètre Lancé and the Motorsport Rendezvous forms an excellent platform for alternative drive concepts - entries from this sector are most welcome!

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