The five stages and four circuits of the 2010 edition are now confirmed and the final destination revealed: the Tour’s trail will lead to Beaulieu-sur-Mer.Once again the Tour Auto Optic 2ooo meeting point will be in the Jardins des Tuileries on Monday April 19, for the checks and scrutineering. The next day, a first circuit heat will be held at Magny Cours, before continuing on towards Vichy, one of the Tour’s traditional halts. Wednesday, Auvergne and its Charade circuit will be on the menu before a first ever stopover in Lyon. The layout of the recent Bresse circuit, very much appreciated in 2009 will be revisited in 2010 before heading towards the Alps and the most elegant of French ski resorts, Megève. The Tour Auto Optic 2ooo will then start its descent towards the French Riviera, via Aix-en-Provence on Friday and the Paul Ricard HTTT circuit discovered by the Tour Auto Optic 2ooo competitors two years ago. The Mediterranean littoral will be handed to them on a silver plate all the way to the legendary Corniche and Beaulieu-sur-Mer, final destination of the 2010 edition of the Tour Auto Optic 2ooo.Early December 2009, the Tour Auto Optic 2ooo will reveal a first list of entered competitors including a Ferrari 250GT SWB, which will come to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its first victory – and treble win – in the Tour de France Automobile. With the help of its main partner, Optic 2ooo, the 2010 Tour will be even more oriented towards the public to whom all details of the meetings with these 200 some dream cars, and the welcome conditions will be given shortly.