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In 1962 Henry Bradley returned from competing the "Great Argentine Prize" and asked his friend Roman "Nicky" Alzamora, at that time Director of the Peruvian Automobile Club, why there was not an event like that in Peru.

With that came the idea of creating the Incas Rally. They both started to design the route in the map of Peru and drew up an initial route of Lima-Tarma-Huancayo (passing by Lomo Largo) Ayacucho-Cusco-Tacna-Arequipa-Lima. But, as they didn't want the event to last more than a week, they had to suppress the route to how it's run today (Lima-Huancayo-Ayacucho-Cusco-Arequipa-Lima). It took some time to verify the conditions of the roads, the possible accommodations and other important factors.

When the project was ready, Alzamora presented it to Eduardo Dibos Chappuis who was the President of the Club at that time. He rejected the idea.

Alzamora became absent at the Club, and after fourth months he was called back to inform him that the event was going to be accepted.

An organisation made of Roman "Nicky "Alzamora Traverso, Emilio Bellido Salazar and Pedro Roca Ribot started working on the project. When it became ready, they entrusted the route to Bellido.

When Bellido returned with the report of the route, the Board of the Club decided to make the first Incas Rally in 1966.

In 1974 and 1975 the President of Peru prohibited the races by fuel due to saving reasons; therefore, the rally was not run. In 1982, 1983, and 1984 the route was altered due to terrorism in the country, avoiding the area of Ayacucho. Instead, the rally went to places like the forests of Peru before it went back to its original route in 1985.

Former Winners:

1 1966 HENRY BRADLEY  CESAR VIDAURRE VOLVO
2 1967 ARNALDO ALVARADO  ENRIQUE ALVARADO FORD MUSTANG
3 1968 HENRY BRADLEY  CESAR VIDAURRE M. BENZ
4 1969 TONY FALL  GOUNNAR PALM FORD ESCORT
5 1970 HENRY BRADLEY  CESAR VIDAURRE FORD ESCORT
6 1971 TEODORO YANGALI ELIAS YANGALI FORD MUSTANG
7 1972 TEODORO YANGALI  ELIAS YANGALI FORD MUSTANG
8 1973 BRATZO VICICH LUIS DEL SOLAR FORD MUSTANG
9 1976 HENRY BRADLEY CESAR VIDAURRE TOYOTA
10 1977 DIETER HUBNER ALFREDO MENDEZ FORD ESCORT
11 1978 HERBERT GRIMM TATER LEDGARD DATSUN
12 1979 HENRY BRADLEY CESAR VIDAURRE TOYOTA
13 1980 HENRY BRADLEY EDUARDO CAPAMADJIAN TOYOTA
14 1981 JULIO C. DE LAS CASAS FRANCESCO GALLETTI FORD ESCORT 
15 1985 JORGE KOECHLIN MIGUEL TUDELA NISSAN
16 1986 RICARDO DASSO CARLOS REY TOYOTA
17 1987 PEDRO ROCA SANTIAGO ECHECOPAR TOYOTA
18 1988 HENRY BRADLEY MIGUEL BACA TO2
19 1989 JOSE CAMACHO JUAN CALIZAYA TOYOTA
20 1990 LUIS ALAYZA IVE BROMBERG NISSAN
21 1991 RICARDO FLORES RICARDO ALAYZA TOYOTA
22 1992 RAUL ORLANDINI OSCAR DAVILA  NISSAN
23 1993 RAUL ORLANDINI  OSCAR DAVILA  NISSAN
24 1994 RAUL ORLANDINI OSCAR DAVILA  NISSAN
25 1995 LUIS ALAYZA IVE BROMBERG NISSAN
26 1996 OSCAR DUFOUR RICARDO TOVAR SUZUKI
27 1997 RAMON FERREYROS GONZALO SAENZ PEUGEOT
28 1998 ERNESTO JOCHAMOWITZ LUIS MIGUEL SOTO FORD ESCORT
29 1999 ERNESTO JOCHAMOWITZ LUIS MIGUEL SOTO  FORD ESCORT
30 2000 EDUARDO DIBOS GUSTAVO MEDINA TOYOTA
31 2001 EDUARDO DIBOS  GUSTAVO MEDINA TOYOTA
32 2002 EDUARDO DIBOS IVE BROMBERG TOYOTA
33 2003 RAUL ORLANDINI  JUAN PEDRO CILLONIZ MITSUBISHI 
34 2004 LUIS ALAYZA LUIS ALAYZA F. SUBARU FORESTER
35 2005 RAUL ORLANDINI IVE BROMBERG MITSUBISHI
36 2006 CESAR CATAÑO JOSE LUIS TOMMASSINI MITSUBISHI
37 2007 ERNESTO JOCHAMOWITZ GUSTAVO MEDINA MITSUBISHI
38 2008 ROBERTO PARDO GIAMPIER GIACCHETTI SUBARU
39 2009 NICOLAS FUCHS JUAN PEDRO CILLONIZ MITSUBISHI
40 2010 RAUL ORLADINI G. DIEGO ZULOAGA MITSUBISHI
41 2011 RAUL ORLADINI G. JUAN PEDRO CILLONIZ MITSUBISHI
42 2012 NICOLAS FUCHS IVE BROMBERG MITSUBISHI
43 2013 RICHARD PALOMINO JOSE MARIA RODRIGUEZ MITSUBISHI
44 2014 JOSE LUIS TOMMASINI SANCHEZ JUAN PEDRO CILLONIZ MITSUBISHI