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The 2019 Historic Sporting Trials season got off to a cracking start last weekend with a record entry of 65 competitors at Sywell. The day turned into a good old fashioned “mud plug” from the 1950/1960’s!
Once again the Parisian Classic motorshow masterpiece confirmed itself as the world’s leading indoor show of its kind, glittering as the central jewel of what has become ‘Paris fashion week’ for old cars.
After weeks of speculation, Goodwood is pleased to announce the first names racing at the 77th Members’ Meeting on 6-7 April. Together, these drivers hold a total of 31 overall and class wins at the Le Mans 24 Hours, making them the undisputed legends of La Sarthe....
Bringing in the New Year in fine style, the first Bicester Heritage Sunday Scramble open day of 2019 welcomed over 7,000 visitors among an incredible mix of machinery.
The winning car was the second oldest on the event, the 1929 Chrysler 75 of Andrew Davies and Paul Dilley who, despite tough opposition from the drivers of such much younger vehicles as a Triumph TR4 and pair of Ford Escort 2000s, led the event for much of the way.
Report and photo gallery from the Historic Sportscar Racing (HSR)’s Third Annual HSR Classic Sebring 12 Hour that concluded Dec. 2
The fourth running of the Historic Sportscar Racing (HSR) Classic Daytona presented by IMSA wrapped up Nov. 11 at Daytona International Speedway (DIS) after 24 hours of close and competitive racing produced six different run group champions.
Le Mans has always been a race that tests the endurance of both man and machine. It was 1923 when the first ever 24 hours of Le Mans endurance race took place, a race which was specifically designed to prove that cars were reliable, little did the organisers and...
Nearly 400 pioneering veteran cars, gathered in Hyde Park on Sunday (4thNovember) waiting for daybreak to signal the start of the remarkable Bonhams London to Brighton Veteran Car Run supported by Hiscox.
Motor Racing Legends wrapped up their 2018 season at last weekend’s Algarve Classic Festival with two exciting battles which saw James Cottingham and Max Girado put on a faultless performance in their Tojeiro Jaguar to convert pole position to a win in the dusk-to-dark two hour 50s Sports Car race and the Mk2 Ford Escort of Mark Freemantle and Tony Paxman led home the Historic Touring Car Challengers earlier in the day.
After 21 days on the rally, Michael Velasco and Peter St George lead the class for classic cars over 2000cc built between 1947 and 1975, in their 1971 Mercedes Benz 280S, celebrating their first ever win.
This year’s Six Hour race was won by the Ford GT40 of Oeynhausen/Verdonck after pole sitters Oli and Grahame Bryant retired on lap 3 with a broken valve spring.