Marathon de la Route Liège-Sofia-Liège
1962

Liège-Sofia-Liège
29 August - 2 September 1962
Distance: 5471 km
Duration: 4 days and 4 nights
Started: 100
Finished: 18

 

Entries and results:
No.   Driver: Car: Model: Position: Class: Category:
2 Guy Verrier / Jacques Badoche Citroën DS 19 04th    
4 BelgiumBelgium Francis Charlier / Nicolas Mosbaux Ford Anglia 10th    
12 Paddy Hopkirk Austin Healey 3000      
21 Kenneth James / Mike Hughes Rover 3-litre 06th    
22 Rauno Aaltonen / Tony Ambrose Austin Healey 3000      
28 Claudine Bouchet / Françoise Vallier Citroën DS 19 07th    
30 Jean-Jacques Thuner / John Gretener Triumph TR4 09th    
38 Peter Riley / Tony Nash Morris 1100      
40 John Sprinzel / Willie Cave Triumph TR4      
49 John Gott / Bill Shepherd MG A      
56 Logan Morrison / Rupert Jones Austin Healey 3000 05th    
57 David Seigle-Morris / Barry Hercock Austin Healey 3000 08th    
72 Pat Moss-Carlsson / Pauline Mayman Morris 1100      
77 Henri 'Ido' Marang / Paul Coltelloni Citroën DS 19 02nd    
81 Leopold von Zedlitz / Wolfgang Diemer Mercedes-Benz 220 SE      
82 Eugen Böhringer / Hermann Eger Mercedes-Benz 220 SEb 01st    
89 Michael Sutcliffe / Roy Fidler Triumph TR4      
91 Belgium Jacques Patte / Patrick Rousselle Volvo 122 S 03rd    
99 Ewy Rosqvist / Ursula Wirth Mercedes-Benz 220 SEb 12th    
  Bill Bengry / David Skeffington Rover 3-litre 18th    
  Erik Carlsson Saab 96      
  "Cyr" / Gagnaux Citroën DS 19 14th    
    Harris / Harrison Ford Zodiac 13th    
  Arnulf Pilhatsch / Hans Hartinger Volvo   17th    
  Christian Poirot / Harmand Porsche   11th    
  Belgium Robert Reip / Lejeune Porsche   16th    
  BelgiumBelgium Gilbert Staepelaere / Eugène Meuwissen Ford Anglia 15th    

The winners: Eugen Böhringer and Hermann Eger in Mercedes-Benz 220 SEb.

Four Citroëns finished the rally, being 2nd, 4th, 7th and 14th.

Jacques Patte and Patrick Rousselle; Volvo 122 S; 3rd.

Logan Morrison and Rupert Jones; Austin Healey 3000; 5th.

Kenneth James and Mike Hughes; Rover 3-litre; 6th.

Jean-Jacques Thuner and John Gretener; Triumph TR4; 9th.

Francis Charlier and Nicolas Mosbaux; Ford Anglia; 10th.

Christian Poirot and Harmand; Porsche; 11th.