the Octane Tour is an Annual 3 Day Car Tour Event the weekend after Labor Day
Southern Illinois- St Louis Metro
Friday-Gateway Classic Cars - O'Fallon, IL to Cape Girardeau in MO
Saturday - Cape Girardeau through St Genevieve and Back to Cape Girardeau
Sunday - Back to St. Louis Metro Area via Route 3 in IL
September 11-13, 2020
Blocks of Rooms have been Reserved in 3 Hotels in Cape Girardeau .
The Host Hotel is Auburn Place
the others are:
Holiday Inn and Hampton Inn
See Info Below
We are offering a BBQ at the Auburn Place Hotel Friday night of the Tour.
Please choose from menu during registration
The Registration Cost is $50 Per car for 2 Occupants.
Each Registration gets (2) T Shirts, Driver Packet and Giveaway Items
Registration covers the cost of the rescue vehicle as well.
Octane Tour 2020 Hotel Info: Block reference is “OCTANE TOUR” when calling.
September 11 -13 (2 Nights)
Hotels Cape Girardeau, MO
Auburn Place (70 Rms Avail @ $89/night)
Holiday Inn Express (15 rms Avail @ $134/night)
Hampton INN (15 RMS Avail @ $144/night)
Octane 2020 (Stay in same hotel both nights in Cape Girardeau, MO)
Day 1 Meet at Gateway Classic Cars 8:00 a.m.
Day 1 Route driving through Ste. Genevieve to Cape Girardeau Missouri
Day 1 Evening BBQ in parking lot. 6:00 p.m.
Day 1 Hotel in Cape Girardeau
Day 2 Route through Ste. Genevieve Wine Country
Day 2 Evening Dinner On Own
Day 2 Stay in same hotel (Cape Girardeau)
Day 3 Route Home via Route 3 in Illinois
Ste. Genevieve County has a long, rich history of winemaking beginning with its French settlers in the early 1700s.
The French found Ste. Genevieve's calcium rich limestone soils, rolling countryside and temperate climate favorable for winemaking. In the mid 1800s, German immigrants brought their regional styles to the area to further enrich this art of winemaking.
Today, many descendants of those early pioneers continue that long tradition and invite you to join them for a taste of Ste. Genevieve history. À Santé!
Residents enjoy short commute times, an array of education, entertainment, and cultural options, set upon a beautiful backdrop all with a reasonable cost of living and a welcoming small town feel. Cape Girardeau is the right-size alternative to big city living.
As the regional destination for healthcare, education, entertainment, shopping and employment, Cape Girardeau’s population swells to 100,000 daily. Two state-of-the-art hospitals sit within city limits. Together, the hospitals serve more than one million people from five states. Southeast Missouri State University welcomes more than 10,000 students from the region and across the world every day. Multiple private and parochial schools and more than 50 churches call Cape Girardeau home. Entertainment options include the area’s largest shopping mall and a GolfWeek Top 100 course, Dalhousie. Cape Girardeau has a thriving arts and performance community offering something for every taste. Local artists host a monthly art walk inviting connoisseurs and tourists alike to view their latest work. Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus offers concerts, performing arts and other events. From state fairs to ballet, Cape Girardeau is the place for quality entertainment.
Weekly events and learning opportunities at the Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center keep nature enthusiasts engaged year-round. The City of Cape Girardeau also maintains 23 individual parks that offer biking, fishing, sports and other activities. Cape Girardeau is also just 10 miles south of Trail of Tears State Park.
Cape Girardeau is the ideal place to live, work and play.
100 Timber Run Ct. Collinsville Illinois 62234
Gateway Classic Cars, 1237 Central Park Dr, O Fallon, Illinois 62269, United States