The Coupes de Printemps Montlhéry 2011 is a Parisien track day event at the legendary circuit of Linas – Montlhéry, which hosted the first French GP in 1925. This convivial event invites cars up to and including 1971 and entries automatically include two drivers and their picnics.
One of the most skilful and natural drivers ever to grace Formula One, writes the three times F1 World Champion Jackie Stewart, in his foreword to Eoin Young’s biography of Chris Amon.
The F.I.S.C. ‘Legendary Circuits’ enjoyed a strong season in 2010 and is now shaping up for an even stronger 2011 motor racing season.
The 2010 season so far saw FISC introducing some novelties to their motor racing calendar. Not all were successful, but nevertheless there seems to be more than enough interest for next year.
The F.I.S.C. Legendary Circuits Series has introduced a change in their pricing structure over the weekend, which has been well received. Pieter Bakker, the F.I.S.C. organizer, said: ‘Judging by the first e-mails I received, our new policy
The F.I.S.C. Legendary Circuits Series recently introduced, what they call their ‘Race&Care’ comfort package, what means as much that you can concentrate on your racing in a relaxed fashion, while they concentrate on caring for you.
The simpler, the better, one must have thought when the 2010 F.I.S.C. Legendary Circuits Series regulations were written. What used to be a
F.I.S.C. will be entering already its 17th consecutive motor racing season, but this year will be exceptional in a sense that this will be the first year offering a track day
What are they, Legendary Circuits? If you ask someone in his twenties, I am sure you will get a different answer, then when you ask…
As a result of a complete demolition by its former organizer, the French Trophée Lotus will abandon its activities, but already a new group of…