Rallye acores 2021
What is the Rallye Açores?
The Rallye Açores, known originally as the Volta à Ilha de São Miguel is an international rally racing event based on the Portuguese island of São Miguel Island in the Azores. The event has been a long running round of the European Rally Championship and the Portuguese Rally Championship as well as spawning its own championship in the Azores.
When is Azores Rallye 2021?
Azores Rallye is one of the first two events of the FIA European... 14 May 21 11:54h AZORES RALLYE IS SCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER 16TH TO 18TH... The 55th Azores Rallye already has a new date for 2021... 22 Apr 21
What happened on the second day of the Azores Rallye?
The second and final day of the Azores Rallye was the scene of a fight... 18 Sep 21 10:19h MIDDAY ROUND-UP: RAIN A PAIN AS TOUGH AZORES CONDITIONS...
What is the Rally Islas Canarias?
Unlike other international events held on Atlantic Ocean islands that it is frequently paired with, the Rali Vinho da Madeira and the Rally Islas Canarias it is a gravel event. The rally was first run in 1965 as locals gathered for a race called Volta à Ilha de São Miguel, which translated means Round the Island of São Miguel.
What is Azores Rallye?
Azores Rallye is one of the first two events of the FIA European... 14 May 21 11:54h AZORES RALLYE IS SCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER 16TH TO 18TH...
What is Dia dos Açores?
Azores Day ( Portuguese: Dia dos Açores) is a regional holiday in the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores. It commemorates the establishment of Azorean political autonomy in the Portuguese Constitution, following the Carnation Revolution.
What is the day of the Azores?
The Day of the Azores, designated to the Dia da Região Autónoma dos Açores ( Day of the Autonomous Region of the Azores ), corresponds to the Monday of the Holy Spirit, held annually on 16 May. It was legislated by the government of Mota Amaral on 21 August 1980, under Regional Decree 13/89/A.
When were the Azores elections first held?
It was in June 1976 that the regional elections installed the first Legislature of the Azores, followed by the installation of a Government for the region, and later direct universal local authority elections in December.