Despite recent changes in government COVID regulations meaning that spectators are not permitted to attend the event in person, historic motorsport fans can still enjoy all the live racing action of this weekend’s Donington Historic Festival from the comfort of their own armchairs, thanks to live streaming of every race on both days, which will be broadcast right here on Auto Addicts.
A cold but sunny Donington Park saw Britain’s return to racing in an Easter weekend treated to no less than seven Masters races, but to make up for the absent spectators Masters Live Streamed all 5 hours of Saturday’s racing action, so you are able to catch up right here if you missed it!
The Historic Sports Car Club’s Historic Formula 2 Series and Classic Formula 3/Classic Formula Ford 2000 Championship both opened at Donington Park on Good Friday and Easter Saturday (2/3 April) during the Masters Historic Festival.
Silverstone Auction is gearing up for its ONLINE only Auction next weekend we take a look at the highlights.
The first car has been commissioned by John Owen, the 81-year-old son of BRM’s original owner, the renowned industrialist, Sir Alfred Owen and is expected to be delivered and presented in public later this year.
A chance to catch up with The Royal Automobile Club’s Historic Awards, which were revealed last week in a slick video presentation rather than the usual Awards dinner.
Only a few manufacturers who actually understand raw driving thrill and adventure, but one of the purists is the Morgan Motor Company, who are marking the end of production of one of their icons – the 3 Wheeler, with a special P101 edition.
Another crazy adventure from Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman “Long Way Up” covering 13,000 miles over 100 days through 16 border crossings and 13 countries from South America upwards all on electric Harley-Davidsons.