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Our man Dave Brassington followed the thirty-sixth Mille Miglia which closed last weekend after 1,743 kilometers, 112 time trials and 6 hourly...
Some superb racing played out in glorious sunshine made the HSCC’s annual visit to Cadwell Park for the Wolds Trophy (May 19/20) a soaring success.
Our man on the ground Dave Brassington followed competitors on the second stage of the 1000 Miglia 2018 from Cervia-Milano Marittima to Rome yesterday and here are some of the action shots from along the route.
The 11th edition of the “Grand Prix de Monaco Historique” was held last weekend, marked by a record attendance of approximately 40000 spectators in 3 days and by an extraordinary line-up of racing cars, alongside a new ‘F1 Heritage’ parade.
This year’s Mille Miglia has just got underway, we take a look round the Exhibition centre in Brescia as competitors gathered for their signing on, scruntineering and formalities and made final preparations.
Donington Historic Festival opened the season for all four of the Motor Racing Legends historic race series where their stunning grids stood out as some of the feature races of the weekend.
The eighth Donington Historic Festival (Donington Park, May 4, 5 and 6) was one of the best yet, with the brilliant May bank holiday sunshine presiding over three superb days of historic motorsport and bringing the crowds with it.
The opening round of the Jaguar Classic Challenge, organised by the Historic Sports Car Club, was one of the star races at the eighth Donington Historic Festival (4-6 May).
Grids full of historically important cars are something race organiser Motor Racing Legends is renowned for, since all four of their racing series feature period races, rich with famous drivers and race history.
A rare 1939 Alta, crewed by Gareth Burnett and Matthew Vokes, has won the tenth anniversary run of the Flying Scotsman Rally. Driver Gareth Burnett has won the event twice before in 2013 and 2016, both at the wheel of a Talbot 105 Alpine, making the first driver to score a hat-trick.
Last week saw the 8th Gran Premio Terre di Canossa – we had a brief chat with British Crew Richard Tyzack and Peter Flood who competed in Richard’s 1960 Jaguar XK 150S to find out how it all went.
Last week saw the 16th running of the Scottish Malts, organized by Historic Endurance Rallying Organisation, that gave victory to the Lotus Elan of Graham Walker and Sean Toohey in one of the closest finishes of all time!