As in 2009, the Tour will leave from the Jardins des Tuileries. An
ideal location situated in the heart of the capital, for the many
visitors who will certainly come to admire the public exhibition of
the cars on Monday April 19, day of checks and scrutineering.
Some 220 cars will gather in the Tuileries Gardens.Among them
seventeen Ferrari 250 GT SWBs, which have answered the
organisers call to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of this models
first victory in the Tour de France Automobile.
The 2010 grid will respect the diversity which has made the
events name. As usual, a large majority of exceptional sports
models: Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato, Ferrari 250 GTO,
Lamborghini Miura, Porsche 904 and 906, or Ligier JS2, but also
a Citroen DS 19 or a Panhard Junior.