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Castle Combe Autumn Classic
With all the precision of a synchronised swimming squad the Denis Welch Motorsport-run Austin Healey 3000s of Mark Holme and Doug Muirhead – both aided by Jeremy Welch – splashed to a resounding one-two finish in the GTSCC enduro that closed another soggy Castle Combe Autumn Classic on October 2….
Thrilling Swedish Finals in Falkenberg
The national championship final for this year’s Racing Historic Cup was run, as tradition dictates, at Falkenberg, with some 140 historic cars on the starting line on a cold and slightly windy autumn day, watched by a few hundred brave spectators on 18-19 September. Bengt-Åce Gustavsson reports… Formula Vee…
The final races in the Peter Auto season were completed at Estoril on the weekend of 8-10 October, giving drivers the opportunity to end the season in this beautiful part of the world under balmy 20-degree skies. They appreciated it, judging by the number of social media posts of beautiful…
Circuit des Remparts
After last year’s cancellation the 49th edition of one of the oldest race meetings in Europe – it was first run in 1939 – took place on 13-15 September still under some special COVID restrictions, with smaller numbers participating in some of the activities. The Remparts, encircling the charming Charentais…
Historic Tour Charade In its beautiful setting amongst the volcanic landscapes of the Auvergne in southwest France, the undulating Charade circuit was the battlefield for the penultimate round of the French Historic Championships. An old-fashioned track that commands respect, Charade’s 3.9kms hug the terrain and preserve sections of the old…
2021 Spa Six Hours
Bryant’s cloud nine Olly Bryant must be living on cloud nine these days, having completed what must be regarded as one of the grand slams of historic motorsport – first a win in the RAC TT at the Goodwood Revival, followed up two weeks later by a triumphant run in…
Dijon Motors Cup
For over two decades the October race meeting at Dijon has been geared to the international grids, most notably, the FIA Championships. Now run by Laurent Vallery-Masson and his equipe at HVM under the Dijon Motors Cup title, it was cancelled last year due to COVID, but made its comeback…
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