30 years of BOSS GP

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‘BOSS’ stands for Big Open Single Seater and is for Formula 1, Formula 2, Formula 3000, World Series or IndyCars from the USA and Formula Nippon from Japan.  Boss GP remains the platform for single seat racing cars of the last three decades.  For 30 years now, the FIA-registered race series has been offering drivers a unique opportunity to race their open-wheel single-seaters from the top of the motorsport pyramid.  Divided into four classes, ladies, gentlemen and youngsters compete for trophies and championship points, without forgetting the immense emotional and financial value of these cars, which draw loyal fans wherever they go.  This year the series, which seems to go from strength to strength, is offering 12 races at six historic race meetings, starting with Hockenheim in May and ending on 1-3 November at Misano, with visits to Nürburgring, Red Bull Ring, Assen and Mugello in between.    Go to www.bossgp.com to find out more.

Photo Angelo Poletto/BOSS GP

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