FIA Masters Historic Formula One Championship
The FIA Masters Historic Formula One Championship is the ultimate place for Formula 1 cars of a golden age. Catering for 3-litre engined Formula 1 cars from 1966 through to 1985, FIA Masters Historic Formula One takes us back to an era in which Cosworth DFV power and a creative car designer could win races, long before wind tunnels and energy drinks were created! With a year-based class structure based around the iconic F1 drivers names of Stewart, Fittipaldi, Lauda and Head, the aim is to give all entrants someone to race against.
The FIA Masters Historic Formula One Championship is an emotive category in which cars must run in their period livery, delivering a superb spectacle of sight and sound, then as now.
FIA Masters Historic Sports Car Championship
The FIA Masters Historic Sports Car Championship is a series for Le Mans-style sports cars and 'Group 4' period cars from 1962 up to 1974. FIA Masters Historic Sports Cars make for a superb sight, with the big-bangers battling with the smaller-engined sports prototypes and GT cars. Chevrons take on Porsche, Lola and Ferrari, with Osella, Coldwell and Ford all represented on the ground-shaking grid.
Classes are split by engine size and year, and are named after the iconic names in sports car racing.
Gentlemen Drivers Pre-66 GT Cars
Gentlemen Drivers provides mini-endurance races for pre-1966 GT cars. With one or two drivers per car, pit stops and longer race durations, Gentlemen Drivers offers a fabulous spectacle as pace and team strategy unfolds towards the chequered flag. With a class structure split by year and engine capacity, you find Aston Martin, Jaguar, AC, Porsche, Ferrari, MG, Morgan and TVR racing against Chevrolet, Ford, Austin Healey Alfa Romeo, Triumph and Lotus in double-driver pit stop races where exciting racing, big grids and a great variety of cars go hand in hand.
Pre-66 Touring Cars
Touring car racing as it used to be, 60s-style.
Pre-66 Touring cars are the ultimate crowd-pleaser! With grids containing road-going mass production saloons built prior to 1966, Masters Pre-66 Touring has everything from the mighty V8 'Yank tanks' to humble Minis, all raced spectacularly in mini-endurance races with pit stops for one or two drivers.
With a class structure broken into engine size, Ford Falcons take on Mustangs, Lotus Cortinas tackle the BMW TiSAs and Mini's super Coopers three-wheel their way to success.
CanAm Interserie Challenge
CanAm Interserie Challenge aims to showcase the mighty monster sports cars from the halcyon dates of the CanAm series, against the European-engined prototype equivalents that raced in Interserie during the same period.
With double-header races, or longer one-race weekends, the CanAm Interserie Challenge recreates stateside and European sports car grids and is a big hit with fans trackside.
This series is all about sports car racing with the ground-shaking CanAm cars and their nimbler European-engined counterparts pitting their wits against each other. With double-header races, or longer one-race weekends, CanAm Interserie Challenge has an interesting calendar of three events for this year.
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During the 1970s, touring car development moved forward swiftly from Group 1 to Group 2 with the introduction of the European Touring Car Championship. And Production specification Touring and GT car racing also boomed through this decade.
70s Celebration grids cater for all these groups, allowing Ford Cologne Capris, Escorts and BMW CSLs to tackle the earlier 3-litre Capris and Triumph Dolomites, while Morgan +8s and Porsche 911s head the sports car pack. Saloon and sports car racing boasted tremendous variety in the 1970s and a snapshot of those days are to be found on the 70s Celebration grid.