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Alpine is a French car manufacturer, owned by the Renault group. The company was founded in Dieppe, Normandy, in 1955 by Jean Rédélé, at the time a Renault dealer. He made a remarkable breakthrough in the sports car sector.


La Berlinette de Jean Rédélé

Fabrice Maze - 53'


The Berlinette Alpine A 110, born in 1962 and crowned World Rally Champion in 1973, was invented by Jean Rédélé, the founder of the Alpine brand. This mythical car, which has become a historical icon, is above all a formidable human adventure made up of strokes of genius and ingenious "tweaks" when the means were cruelly lacking in the face of powerful and plentiful competition. Jean Rédélé was able to persuade his men that his personal adventure was also theirs. In this film by enthusiasts for enthusiasts, the floor is given to Jean Rédélé and the technicians, salesmen, mechanics and drivers, to resurrect the history of the Berlinette. This is a must-see film that is considered a "classic" in the history of French motor sport.


Berlinette Alpine-Renault,
la reine des rallyes

Fabrice Maze - 50'


Thanks to its beauty, handling and lightness, the Berlinette Tour de France Alpine created by Jean Rédélé marked the revival of the post-war French sports car. For almost twenty years, it defended the French colours in international motor racing competitions and won the European Rally Championship in 1971 and the first World Rally Championship in 1973. Jean-Luc Thérier, French Rally Champion in 1973 and 1982 and World Champion with the Alpine team in 1973, tells us about his best memories at the wheel of this fantastic Berlinette. Film selected at the 2003 International Automobile Festival.

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