The FIA Masters Historic Formula One Championship is heading for a significant weekend at the end of August as the series heads to the Zandvoort Historic Grand Prix – without its championship leader Steve Hartley.
Domestic arrangements mean Hartley is forced to skip the weekend's event, so his opposition will have a vital chance to catch up. Hartley has been the man to beat in the FIA Masters Historic Formula One Championship as the series heads to the Zandvoort Historic Grand Prix at the end of the month.
With three meetings remaining, the FIA Masters Historic Sports Car Championship is heading for a thrilling climax. Jason Wright heads the title race in his Lola T70 Mk3B having won at Brno, and his consistent front-running pace has edged him in to a three-points lead.
Michael Lyons (Hesketh 308E) scored a superb win at the Nürburgring Oldtimer GP, despite having to start from the pit lane. He was chased home by Silvio Kalb (Arrows A4) who dominated the race but spun at an oily turn 10 a lap and a half from home.
Martin O'Connell dominated the opening FIA Masters Historic Sports Car Championship race at the Nürburgring today, Saturday.
Starting from pole position, he blasted Sandy Watson's Chevron B19 into an immediate lead, and was never headed in the 30-minute race.
Masters Historic Racing and Masters HGP are pleased to announce a support race for Historic Formula One cars at the 2014 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix held on the Marina Bay Street circuit, 19-21 September. The Masters support race will showcase some magnificent, mouth-watering F1 machinery, providing a true spectacle for every Formula One fan, young and old!