Arosa ClassicCar with well-known classic car spectacle and exciting innovations
The fascination of the Arosa ClassicCar continues unbroken: The starting field is promising again this year, and the interest in the run-up to the event was enormous. Over 170 drivers will complete the 76 curves between Langwies and Arosa this year. It will be exciting for the spectators in the Competition category. Thomas Amweg will start there with his new Formula car. Whether he will try to break his own track record or whether he will drive cautiously after last year's mishap will be revealed on the spot. Niki Schelle, the German rally driver and GRIP presenter, apparently liked it so much last year during the filming of the TV show that he will be at the start again this year.
This year, the organisers are focusing particularly intensively on the topic of sustainability. This has a high priority in Arosa, as the sustainability strategy Arosa 2030 also makes clear. The goal is to reduce the negative influences as much as possible without foregoing the benefits. various measures are already being implemented. For example, this year those responsible are doing without the use of plastic badges. Instead, the name badges will be produced this year by the company Swiss Wood Solutions AG. And they will be made of Swiss wood. In addition to the revised waste concept, reusable cups will also be used for spectator catering. The drivers can make an important contribution by offsetting their race runs. It is important to take these first steps towards a more sustainable future and to develop the event further in the long term.
Grandstand tickets as well as VIP packages are also available online this year. We recommend travelling by public transport, as the route between Langwies and Arosa is closed to traffic during the races. This year the starting area in Langwies is even more attractive for visitors. Thanks to a large screen, the race can be followed, and the speaker will also provide a good atmosphere. There will be a shuttle bus between Arosa and Langwies with various stops along the route as well as between the railway station in Langwies and the starting area. This means that the race can also be watched directly at one of the key points. There are various catering options in the start and finish area, the event hall as well as in the numerous surrounding businesses.