Wald Rollt Oldtimer treffen, Wald, ZH

Wald Rollt is an annual classic car meet in the small Swiss town of Wald.

Wald, ZH

Situated on the edge of the Zürich Oberland in north east Switzerland, picturesque Wald hosted a fabulous selection of classic machinery on the 7th June 2015 .

A number of the vehicles attending were also taking part in the Bleiche Motor Trophy, a regularity rally for classic cars or as their known in Switzerland "oldtimers" , held on the roads around Wald. Bleiche Motor Trophy and Wald Rollt are both supported by local leisure complex Bleiche Wald.


The best from America...
To stylish Italians.......
Classic Brits
Even a German WW2 Schwimmwagen!

Wald Rollt is not just about beautiful cars, but also a celebration of all things that "roll" from the last century. In a similar vein to the Goodwood Revival dressing the part is not frowned upon, with the setting of the 100 year old high street in Wald made for a very authentic experience.


Being very popular in Switzerland, there are always a good selection of classic motorbikes at automotive events, Wald Rollt was no exception.

Details, impressions and a champion

Maserati Trofeo World Series 2014 winner Mauro Calamia

The always genial racing driver Mauro Calamia was on hand for the day as he grew up and lives/works in Laupen,ZH, the adjoining town.

Mauro with Thomas Betschart, Thomas films and produces all Mauro's Race videos, links below

Mauro is currently competing in the Italian GT3 sportscar championship, but previously among others the F.I.A F2 championship and recently the Maserati Trofeo World Series , which last year he won clinching the title in Abu Dhabi as well as the European title in Silverstone ( see below )

Racing at Silverstone last year for the final of the European part of Masterati Trofeo

Below are links to Betschart Media YouTube videos of Mauro ...

and one more.....

A pair of rare electric Sinclair C5's , the brainchild of British inventor Clive Sinclair, it was heralded as the future of personal transport sadly it was about 20 years to early.
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Peter Fothergill


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