The Races
26 → 28.09

Presentation of the grids

The meeting's flagship event welcomes touring cars and GT cars from before 1965. For half a lap, 2 or 3 drivers take turns behind the wheel of cars that have often written the most beautiful pages of motorsport history, such as the Ford GT40, Porsche 911, AC Cobra, Aston Martin DB4 GT, Jaguar Type-E... without forgetting the touring cars such as the Alfa Romeo Guilia, Ford Mustang, or Mini.
The magic of this event lies both in its duration and in its night-time part. The ballet of the headlights in the Raidillon, the refuelling and the race strategies will make you relive the magic of the endurance races of yesteryear!

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Timing
- Qualif: friday, 90min
- Race: Saturday, 360min

This 6-hour race, dedicated to Tourings and Grand Tourings built before 1965, is an endurance competition for teams of two or three drivers.

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The Masters Racing Legends ~ F1 Cars 1966-1985 series features 3-litre Formula 1 cars built between 1966 and 1985.

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The Masters Sports Car Legends series brings together two-seater racing cars and Competition GT cars from 1962 to 1976.

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The Masters Endurance Legends series welcomes prototypes and GT race cars from 1995 to 2016.

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The Masters GT Trophy showcases GTs eligible for the GT3 (2005-2014) along with the GT4 series and the CUP, Trophy and Challenge one-make series from 1999 to 2018.

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The HGPCA (Historic Grand Prix Cars Associatition) ~ Pre ’66 Grand Prix Cars series brings together Grand Prix cars ranging from 1920 to the mid-1960s.

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The Motor Racing Legends Pre-War Sports Cars series features sports cars from the 1920s and 1930s.

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The Royal Automobile Club Woodcote Trophy features original sports cars and selected sports racers from post-War up-to and including December 1955. The Stirling Moss Trophy welcomes pre-1961 sports-racing cars.

 

Formula Junior is an open wheel formula racing class first adopted in October 1958. The class was intended to provide an entry level class where drivers could use inexpensive mechanical components from ordinary automobiles.

 

The Classic K series welcomes pre 1966 GTs and Touring cars running to FIA Appendix K (no sports racers). The Swinging Sixties series is for all Sports, Saloons and GT cars originally produced in the 1950's and 1960's, with cars up to end of 1977 running on carburettors.

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This series is open to single-seater cars from Formula 2, Formula B, and Formula Atlantic in their original configuration and built before 31/12/1978. They must also have participated in official competitions during that period.

- Category 1 - Formula 2 2000cc
- Category 2 - Formula 2 1600cc
- Category 3 - Formula Atlantic
- Category 4 - Guest Formulas (reserved for cars from similar categories and/or periods, presenting a particular interest).

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This series is open to Formula 3 single-seaters in their 1600cc and 2000cc versions, up to and including 1984, and must be strictly in accordance with their original regulations.

  • Category A/Formula 3: All 2000cc Formula 3 cars, built and having participated in official races before 31/12/1984.

  • Category B/Guest Formulas: All Formula 3 cars of less than 1600cc built before 31/12/1973, and single-seaters with performances similar to those in Category A (Examples: Formula Atlantic, Ford 2000, Opel Formulas, Formula Super V, etc.).

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