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.
Leo Voyazides/Simon Hadfield claimed honours in the FIA Masters Historic Sports Car Championship race at Spa-Francorchamps, fending off the attack of a number of similar Lola T70 Mk3Bs.
With the Masters Historic F1 races set to hit the streets of Singapore on September 19-21, the entry list has been confirmed along with the timetable and fans will get a chance to see a 24-strong entry in two races, preceded by free practice and a sole qualifying session.