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Day 2: Annecy - San Remo

The second day of the rally is much shorter in terms of distance although there is a fairly meaty challenge to get through if you're after the big points. The third leg of the rally is longer so this is a good day to catch your breath. Getting into San Remo nice and early should be very achievable without too much trouble. The challenge may well be based in the town but then again it may not be! Once you're done for the day you can either relax in San Remo on the beach or head for Monte Carlo which is well worth a visit as it's only about 20 miles down the motorway. You could leave this for the third leg but the scenery from San Remo through to Perpignan is so awesome you may find squeezing Monte Carlo in as well may put too much on your plate for a day.

Your Rally Bible will have info on the F1 circuit through the city if you want to drive through. Monaco is a true one-off, being the only road circuit in grand prix racing. The 3.2-kilometre course follows the narrow, winding streets of Monte Carlo and has a unique atmosphere on race day, with the spectators so close to the action as the cars power their way among the hotels, squares and marinas of one of Europe's most exclusive beach resorts.

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