Dijon Prenois – Trophées Historiques de Bourgogne
F.I.S.C. Legendary Circuits’ last event of the year, 15-18 Oct.’09, is nearly fully booked. Only nine gridslots are still available, adding up to a total of 47 cars.
This is the maximum number of cars allowed to take the start of this year’s edition of the Trophées Historiques de Bourgogne at the French circuit Dijon Prenois.
All cars are having an engine capacity of under two litres. Cars such as Alfa Romeo Giulia, Ginetta G4 and G15, Honda S800, Austin Cooper S, Austin Healey Sprite, Simca 1100Ti, NSU 1200TT, Alpine A110, Matra Jet, MG Midget, Renault 8 Gordini, Fiat 128 Coupé, Ford Lotus Cortina, W&P Sebring GT, Lotus 7, Caterham, Sebring Sprite and MGB roadster.
Pieter Bakker, the organizer of the series, said: “We expect the same extravaganza as at Zandvoort, earlier this year. Our race definitely was the best race to watch over the weekend and attracted a lot of attention, both from the public and racers from other series”.
The introduction of the FISC Legendary Circuits series saw the introduction of a completely new idea to historic motor racing. This is Europe’s first series based on circuits and only the most legendary GP circuits, which still remain. Furthermore the grid only invites cars under two litres and complementary cars, all racing at about the same speeds.
This new game is about enjoying every weekend to the full and in a highly competitive environment. Contrary to many series, the competition ends, when the finish flag drops in the last race of the weekend, offering everybody a fresh start to their next weekend with us.> Dijon Prenois – Trophées Historiques de Bourgogne > F.I.S.C. Legendary Circuits Series (Facebook)