Tulpenrallye 1967

  • 3275Kilometers
  • 108Equipes at the start
  • 66Equipes at the finish
  • Piet Nortier
  • Noordwijk (NL)
  • Noordwijk (NL)

THE STORY OF 1967

The organization is trying this year to further improve on the particularly successful edition of 1966. Based on the support of BP, the event is being further professionalized. For example, press conferences are not only given in the Netherlands prior to the rally, but also in Frankfurt, Stockholm and London. Part of the route in the French Alps near Montriond is cancelled due to the snowfall before the rally and a small landslide. The tent for the technical inspection in Noordwijk is blown away through the strong wind on the Friday before the rally. Björn Wäldegaard and Ake Andersson both start with a Porsche. Other favorites are Vic Elford with Porsche, the Pool Zasada (Porsche), Pat Moss with Saab, the Coopers S from Timo Mäkinen and Rauno Aaltonen and Peter Harper with the fast Hillman Imp. There are factory DAFs at the start for Laurent-Coolen, Rosenblatt-Honhof, van Lennep-Klein and Simo Lampinen with John Davenport. Other Dutch starters are Maarten van Wamelen-Wim Loos, Ben Pon with Volkswagen Beetle, Gerard van Lennep with Ford Mustang and Rob Slotemaker-Rob Gorris (BMW 2002).

The route is about 500 km longer than in 1966, due to an extra night in the Alps. There are again eighteen special stages (95 km), of which five are completely new in the Tulpenrallye, and eighteen special trials  (193.4 km). The start is early Monday morning. On the circuit of Terlaemen, the first special stages are held, followed by the climbs of La Reid, Kautenbach and Bourscheid (the latter two will be cancelled). Via Sarrebourg then follows the route through the Vosges with three trials and six special stages. On Tuesday morning the participants arrive in Annecy, where they can rest until eight o’clock in the evening. This is followed by a night in the Alps that is particularly heavy, with many routes from the Rally du Mont Blanc that take the participants to 1700 meters and higher. After a short rest in Rumilly, the climb of the Col de la Faucille follows as well as a route from St. Claude to Morez. Via the famous Route Joffre and the Balton d’Alsace the participants arrive in St. Maurice sur Moselle. The crews return to Sarrebourg via the Col de Brabant, Col de Fouchy, Trois-Epis and the new test in the Forêt d’Obernai. The crews will drive to Larochette without major problems, and then on the climb from La Roche to Samrée. After a climb at Malmédy, the participants enter the Netherlands. The last two tests are the military terrain in Leusden (Vlasakkers, secret) and the Circuit of Zandvoort. After four days of Tulpenrallye, the crews arrive again in Noordwijk on Friday morning at ‘Huis ter Duin’.

Vic Elford is unapproachable from the very first tests and immediately takes the lead. Although he is still driving against the wall of a tunnel (Col des Aravis), because there is ice in the tunnel in the dark, this damage is quickly remedied by the professional service. Rauno Aaltonen experiences the same in the same tunnel. Vic Elford wins this edition of the Tulpenrallye, due to his victory in the GT class. Timo Mäkinen is the winner at the touring cars. Top Dutch rankings are for Rob Slotemaker (7th), Ben Pon (11th) and Dries Jetten (15th).

PICTURES 1967

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PARTICIPANTS 1967

Driver / Navigator
Category
STNR.DriverNavigatorCategoryCar
1V. Elford GBD. Stone GBPorsche 911s
2J.P. Hanrioud FJ.C. Syda FPorsche 911s
3S. Zasada PLJ. Dobrzanski PLPorsche 911s
4J. Gordon GBP. Whiting GBJaguar e-type
5B. Petch GBH. Miller GBAustin-healey 3000
6J. Roestenburg NLL. v. Dinteren NLMg b
7P. King GBJ. Mossop GBMg b
9J. Meur MCN. Rebetez CHPorsche 911s
11B. Waldegård SL. Helmer SPorsche 911
12A. Andersson SS.O. Swedberg SPorsche 911
14W. Gass DG. Frey DPorsche 911
16R. Slotemaker NLR. Gorris NLBmw 2000ti
17D. Lambart DH. Vogt DOpel rekord 1900
18A. Haans NLM. Verbunt NLBmw 2000 tilux
18A. Haans NLM. Verbunt NLBmw 2000 tilux
19P. Pedersen DKH. Jacobsen DKVolvo 123gt
19P. Pedersen DKH. Jacobsen DKVolvo 123gt
20E. Kristensen DKP. Christensen DKVolvo 123gt
20E. Kristensen DKP. Christensen DKVolvo 123gt
21D. Schwarz NLG. v. Lennep NLFord mustang
22S. Palmer GBP. Marshall GBBmw 2000 ti
23P. Olsen DKO. Janslund DKVolvo 122s
25J. Nielsen DKO.W. Kristensen DKVolvo 122s
25J. Nielsen DKO.W. Kristensen DKVolvo 122s
26K. Berthelsen DKA. Hfjgaard DKVolvo 122s
26K. Berthelsen DKA. Hfjgaard DKVolvo 122s
27M. v. Wamelen NLW. Loos NLBmw 1800 ti
28H. Kiviet NLL. Nuyen NLVolvo 122s
28H. Kiviet NLL. Nuyen NLVolvo 122s
30T. v. Beusekom NLN. Martini NLLancia flavia coupé
30T. v. Beusekom NLN. Martini NLLancia flavia coupé
33G. Kolwes DH. Heine DVolvo 123gt
33G. Kolwes DH. Heine DVolvo 123gt
34P. Hilders NLH. Pellikaan NLVolvo 123gt
34P. Hilders NLH. Pellikaan NLVolvo 123gt
35H. Bierman NLS. Brandsma NLBmw 2000 ti
35H. Bierman NLS. Brandsma NLBmw 2000 ti
36C. Poppelaars NLJ. Stoof NLBmw 2000
36C. Poppelaars NLJ. Stoof NLBmw 2000
38S. Davey GBR. Willson GBFord lotus cortina
38S. Davey GBR. Willson GBFord lotus cortina
39T. Chappell GBA. Krauklis GBFord lotus cortina
42G. King GBP. Steiner GBFord lotus cortina
43D. Harris GBR. McCabe GBFord lotus cortina
44A. Sheppard GBS. Bate GBFord lotus cortina
44A. Sheppard GBS. Bate GBFord lotus cortina
45H. Cooper GBF. Radford GBFord lotus cortina
45H. Cooper GBF. Radford GBFord lotus cortina
46E. McMillen GBJ. Metcalfe GBFord lotus cortina
46E. McMillen GBJ. Metcalfe GBFord lotus cortina
47W. Beers NLA. Beers NLFord lotus cortina
47W. Beers NLA. Beers NLFord lotus cortina
48H. v.d. Heijden NLB. de Jong NLAlfa romeo giulia ti super
48H. v.d. Heijden NLB. de Jong NLAlfa romeo giulia ti super
49B. Meijer NLB. Meijer NLAlfa romeo 1600 s
50A. Sigurdson SG. Berglund SSaab v4 sedan
50A. Sigurdson SG. Berglund SSaab v4 sedan
51P. Moss SE. Nyström SSaab v4 sedan
52K. Edwards GBM. Walford GBFord cortina gt
52K. Edwards GBM. Walford GBFord cortina gt
53F. Palk GBG. Laggett GBFord cortina gt
54H. Hall GBA. Whitham GBFord cortina gt
54H. Hall GBA. Whitham GBFord cortina gt
55G. John GBR. Pearoe GBFord cortina gt
56D. Fotherby GBU. Collier GBFord cortina gt
56D. Fotherby GBU. Collier GBFord cortina gt
57B. Pon NLR. Westerhuis NLVw 1500 kever
58D. de Wild NLW. de Wild NLVw 1600tl
59J. Konink NLF. v. Rooyen NLVw 1600tl
59J. Konink NLF. v. Rooyen NLVw 1600tl
61B. Muller NLK. Eijffius NLFiat 1500c
64T. Mäkinen SFP. Easter GBBmc mini cooper s
65R. Aaltonen SFH. Liddon GBBmc mini cooper s
66J. Vernaeve BM Wood GBBmc mini cooper s
67J.F. Piot FJ. Brenaud FRenault r8 gordini
68A. Krause FJ. Brecheisen FRenault r8 gordini
68A. Krause FJ. Brecheisen FRenault r8 gordini
69A. Paulen Sr. NLA. Paulen Jr. NLRenault r8 gordini
70S. Eakins GBW. Gowdy GBBmc mini cooper s
71Ch. Coburn GBR. Spokes GBBmc mini cooper s
72A. Oetterli CHA. Brown GBAustin cooper s
73D. Benzirma EAKT. Harryman GBBmc mini cooper s
74I. Stevenson GBP. Appleby GBAustin cooper s
75G. Amery GBH. Dodd GBMorris cooper s
76D. Potter GB A. Miller GBMorris cooper s
76D. Potter GB A. Miller GBMorris cooper s
77R.H. v. Nievelt NLT. Gatsonides NLAustin cooper s
78H. Andersen DKO. Dencker DAustin cooper s
78H. Andersen DKO. Dencker DAustin cooper s
79C. Tyler GBA. Sleap GBBmc mini cooper s
80V. Loupart GBC. Bryce GBFord anglia estate
80V. Loupart GBC. Bryce GBFord anglia estate
81S. Mouwes NLG. Prent NLFiat 124
81S. Mouwes NLG. Prent NLFiat 124
82D. Jetten NLJ. Horbach NLOpel kadett rallye
83H. Beck DH. Heuser DOpel kadett
84S. Larsson SK. Karlsson SOpel kadett rallye
86J. Crossley GBD. Griffiths GBMg 1100
86J. Crossley GBD. Griffiths GBMg 1100
89P. Harper GBD. Pollard GBSumbeam rally imp
90S. Heijndijk NLH. de Man NLHillman imp gt
91M. Swatland GBW. West GBHillman imp
93D. Friswell GBCh. Nash GBLotus elan
94J. Wheatley GBA. Raylor GBLotus elan
95R. Holland GBB. Nokes GBLotus elan
96A. Boot NLJ. v. Leggelo NLMatra djet v sport
97M. Meijer NLA. Wolfert NLMatra djet v sport
98J. de Ruyter NLG. de Ruyter NLPorsche 1600sc
101A. v. Dongen NLR. Kouwenberg NLHonda s800
103R. Freeborough GBW. Schöttelndreier NLMorris cooper s
104J. Preddy GBA. Brick GBAustin cooper s
105M. Bowyer GBN. Salt GBMorris cooper
106L. McLeod AUSDr.S. Aldersmith GBAustin cooper s
107A. Taylor GBS. Taylor GBMorris cooper
108P. Cooper GBK. Deacon GBAustin cooper s
109M. Marsden GBK. Pryor GBMorris cooper s
109M. Marsden GBK. Pryor GBMorris cooper s
110A. Cowan GBB. Coyle GBSunbeam imp sport
111A. Maslen GBM. Holmes GBSunbeam imp sport
112P. Andersen DKE. Withmore DKSunbeam imp sport
112P. Andersen DKE. Withmore DKSunbeam imp sport
113D. Dicker GBG. Provis GBSimca 1000gl
114T. Brandsma NLH. Merkelbach NLSimca 1000
115K. Otto DW. Strehlow DWartburg 353
116K. Rüdiger DE. Culmbacher DWartburg 353
117G. Rüttinger DG. Bork DWartburg 353
118G. Gries DP. Thiel DWartburg 353
120S. Lampinen SFJ Davenport GBDaf 44
121C. Laurent FJ. Coolen FDaf 44
122D. v. Lennep NLJ. Klein NLDaf 44
123O. Rosenblatt NLA. v. Sminia NLDaf 44
124H. Wijnands NLN. Chiotakis GRPanhard 24ct
125B. v. Marken CDNG. Edixhoven NLMorris 850
126J. Dik NLT. Koks NLDaffodil
127H. Ullmann DW. Lange DTrabant 601
128F. Galle DJ. Müller DTrabant 601
129E. Asmus DH. Piehler DTrabant 601
130K. Landgraf DL. Sachse DTrabant 601

RESULTS 1967

  • Amateur

  • Group 1 +2

  • Group 3

POS.STNR.DriverNavigatorCarTotal

THE ROUTE OF 1967

  1. Noordwijk
  2. Terlaemen
  3. Sarrebourg
  4. Annecy
  5. St. Maurice s/Moselle
  6. La Roche
  7. Malmédy
  8. Zandvoort
  9. Nijmegen
  10. Noordwijk

THIS WAS THE YEAR 1967.

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Een moment geduld a.u.b.
This year does not have a result.

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