20 & 21 October 2018
This team who are totally passionate about motorsport have arranged a fabulous end-of-season weekend for the Historic Tour. Lovers of historic competition cars will have access to the paddock and grandstands throughout the weekend.
7 circuits, 10 historic grids, 170 races, 350 drivers at a meeting and 400 drivers registered in the championships.
Season 4 of the French Historic Circuit Championship (Historic Tour) looks really attractive! Proof of its good health, the FFSA Championship will take place over seven events and offers an attractive mix of circuits, some the same as last year, as well as returning to previous circuits and then adding new ones. “Alternating circuits is a principle we have supported since the beginning, in order to offer our drivers a varied calendar and to give us something new each year” says Laurent Vallery-Masson (HVM Racing), the promoter of Historic Tour.
For the first time since it started, the Tour will come to the Circuit of Nevers Magny-Cours !
In addition, it is still a little early to list all of the grids that are eligible for 2018, but we can safely say that there will be a minimum number of ten grids and they will be accompanied of some new features that will allow all the cars that competed in 2017 to race again this year.
- Advance tickets via the website www.hvmracing.fr : €10 per day and €15 for the weekend
- Tickets on the gate: €15 per day and €20 for the weekend
- Free for under 15s
- Interior Car Park: €5
- Exterior Car Park Free
New for 2018
The new Challenge Asave GT-Tourism & Production 66-81 will include Saloon cars, GT and Production cars. It will consist of Gr1 (with and without PTH), Gr2, Gr3 and 4 up to 81 as well as Group A and N over 2 L up to 85. The format will be a qualifying session of 25 min and a race of an hour with a mandatory stop. Contact Alain Goupy at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
On another count, the GT Classic Trophy has slightly extended its list of eligible cars. It will accept all GT and Gr B ex Saloon post 82 cars. Remember: The level of preparation of the cars is not a problem. All prepared cars are accepted within the limit of the power to weight ratio of the class. If you have significant changes altering the power to weight ratio your car will simply be reclassified in a higher category. Which means that all GTs and Gr Bs of the 80s and 90s can join a class GTC1 or 2 or 3 or 4. The format will be one free practice session of 25 min, a qualifying session of 30 min and 2 races of 40 min with a mandatory stop. The entry fee will be €790 for standard circuits, €870 for Dijon and €970 for Le Mans and Le Castellet. Contact Laura at email@example.com for more information.
The Youngtimers Gti Cup Trophy makes its official entry into the Championship of France: now the drivers in this Trophy will be competing for the title of ‘Champion de France Historique des Circuits’ for saloons and GTs.
The Maxi1000 Trophy has become the Maxi1300 Series; the regulation remains the same, only the name changes to make it clearer to the public and the media. Logistically the drivers register online on the website of HVM Racing. Edmond and Christophe obviously keep their roles as coordinators of this group.
A new Trophy for Touring Cars from 86 (excluding GTI Cup), and the FIA Super Touring cars (class I and II) will be present at some events. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
List of categories 2018
– Legends Cars Cup
– Classic Sports Car Club
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Tel. 03 86 21 80 00
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