The event, the brainchild of Spanish promoter Jesus Pozo, will run over the weekend of April 4-6 and Masters will once again form the centrepiece of the event, which has grown in popularity since its inception in 2011.
Barcelona will play host to the opening rounds of the 2014 FIA Masters Historic Formula One Championship and the FIA Masters Historic Sports Car Championship as the Formula One and Le Mans-style sports car grids have been a big it with Spanish fans. Masters is also pleased to welcome back grids from Group C Racing and the GT3 Porsche Cup Brazil to next April's event.
"We are very happy to be retuning to Barcelona," says Masters Event Manager Rachel Bailey. "To race on a current Formula One circuit and take advantage of its modern facilities will be an excellent way to start our season. The track is a challenge to drivers and one that they enjoy and the efforts made by Jesus Pozo to make it an event and not just a race meeting are reaping benefits. We are planning some new off-track activities to keep drivers entertained away from the race circuit too! We look forward to even bigger grids and even bigger crowds than before as our European tour starts in the sunshine."
The Catalan Classic Revival will run on 4-6 April 2014. The full 2014 Masters Historic Racing calendar will be announced shortly.