Donington Park is set for its biggest ever historic grid when the Masters Four Hours hits the Leicestershire track on Saturday July 4th.
The new race, open to Pre-66 GT, GTP and Touring Cars, will be the centrepiece of the new Masters weekend on July 4/5. The Masters Four Hours will run into the dusk on the Saturday evening on the full Grand Prix circuit. Set to boast a big entry, with a possible maximum 50-car entry being eligible for the multi-driver enduro, the race has already received interest from the historic motor sport media and entries are set to be in great demand.
Masters Historic Racing's ambition to grow and expand the North American Historic Formula One Series will be assisted in 2015 by the appointment of Shelly Shafer Cates as US Event Manager.
Masters Historic Racing will run a new four-hour into-the-dusk race on the GP Circuit at Donington Park in July 2015 as part of its exciting new calendar for a season of action-packed racing. Existing established events, such as the Brands Hatch Masters Historic Festival, Silverstone Classic and Oldtimer at Nurburgring remain on the Masters schedule.
Masters Awards Night - January 31st
To celebrate the Masters 2014 racing season, we will be venturing into the nautical world of the HMS Warrior 1860, docked in Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard. The dinner and awards will take place on the Gun Deck, giving you the opportunity to be part of the ships magnificent history. It promises to be a great evening in a stunning location, as well as a fitting way to honour our 2014 champions.
During 2014, from Silverstone to Spa and from Barcelona to Brno, Masters Historic Racing put on a spectacle at the most prestigious circuits in Europe. Big grids, evocative cars and fierce racing have been a hallmark of the Masters season, with fans across Europe being treated to a superb showcase during the 2014 season.
All of the Masters Historic Racing championships are set for a thrilling finalé as they head to Jerez, Spain, next weekend for the Historic Festival on October 10-12.
The event, set in the heart of the famous sherry-producing region of Spain, is in its second season and brings together Europe's top historic motor racing categories for an end of season event in superb weather. Jerez has a proud heritage of motor sport events, such as Formula 1, sports cars and a busy two-wheeled calendar, with the circuit still used for F1 testing in the resent era.
Martin Stretton and Steve Hartley took a win apiece in the FIA Masters Historic Formula One Championship at Spa-Francorchamps this weekend, Hartley's Sunday success enough to give him the title.