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GP de FRANCE HISTORIQUE
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30 Jun 2017 to 2 Jul 2017 06:00 to 18:00
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Location: Magny Cours / Nevers

The new French meeting for 2017. Several European series will be supported by Masters HR grids from UK, as well as HSCC F2.
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You can now find more info here http://www.grandprixdefrancehistorique.fr
French and English version. I guess the Masters display the same.
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You can now find more info here http://www.grandprixdefrancehistorique.fr
French and English version. I guess the Masters display the same.
Thanks Gerard. I raced at Magny Cours when Masters visited several years ago. Got a great pic of my Escort on two wheels after riding a kerb! I also remember the Disco on the Saturday night, and a lot of sore heads the next day....

Great shame the event clashes with Monza, but I wish it every success!
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Yes clashes with Monza , Brands Hatch Goodwood .
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With the exception of Goodwood they're probably all going to suffer as a result.
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With the exception of Goodwood they're probably all going to suffer as a result.
Right, except PA going its way. Our FFSA involved many people in this event.
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I really hope that Laurent V-M and his team can make Magny Cours a success. They represent Historic racing in an accessible form.

There are different strata in historic racing, such is its strength, Peter Auto and Masters are at one level and HVM and HSCC are at another. I wonder which level has more fun, because that's what it's all about at the end of the day?..
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I really hope that Laurent V-M and his team can make Magny Cours a success. They represent Historic racing in an accessible form.

There are different strata in historic racing, such is its strength, Peter Auto and Masters are at one level and HVM and HSCC are at another. I wonder which level has more fun, because that's what it's all about at the end of the day?..
HSCC, the club way is the best way.
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Duddha's right. I have done both over last 25 years, and a better standard of driving and a friendlier atmosphere in HSCC. I will be at Brands Hatch on Sunday July 2nd - pleased to meet any Tenthers that drop by....
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So, anyone have any feedback from the event? Were any tenthers there?
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They already gave the next provisional date for 2019, first weekend of July.
Results can be found on its-results.com
The Masters Three Hours were won by a big Healey, Historic sports Cars won by Diogo Ferrao/ Martin Stretton Lola T292 (17 cars classified). Formula One, first race won by M Lyons' Williams (19 classified), second won by L Deman's Tyrrell (15 classified).
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Thanks Gerard. The masters results and race reports are now on their website- http://www.mastershistoricracing.com...torique/event/

Edit- Seems weather played its part- I won't complain about the one bad afternoon at Monza, then..... ��

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