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Daily Archives: May 15th, 2018

180 historic Grand Prix cars gathered in the Principality of Monaco over the weekend, to bring the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique to life. Amongst them were 19 Maserati cars ranging from the 1957 Formula 1 winner 250F to the iconic 300S and the very rare 6CM and V8RI took part in the 2018 edition of the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique.

For the 11th edition of this prestigious event pre-war cars were brought back by popular demand to compete in the A-series, which became the unmissable world meeting for this category of Grand Prix cars, which were called “Formula 1” as soon as World War II ended. Read More »

GKN Driveline is teaming up with partner Panasonic Jaguar Racing to bring one of the world’s most advanced electric vehicles to the oldest motor sport venue, Shelsley Walsh in Worcestershire. Read More »

– JD Classics achieved an astonishing one-two finish at Monaco Historique, marking the fourth consecutive win for the team in Monaco
– The world-class JD Classics Race Team was victorious in the Serie C race, with its immaculately prepared Cooper T33
– An ultra-rare Lister Maserati, prepared and campaigned on behalf of a JD Classics customer, completed the remarkable one-two finish
– Monaco Historique is perhaps the most famous and fiercely contested event on the historic motorsport calendar
– JD Classics has dominated the event in its three previous runnings, with its ex-Fangio Jaguar C-Type becoming the first car to ever achieve three consecutive victories, in 2012, 2014 and 2016 Read More »

Nationwide and Dino Zamparelli maintained the championship lead after becoming the first double winner of the 2018 Porsche Carrera Cup GB season, taking victory on day one at the theatre of speed, Autodromo di Monza in Italy and working his way from 6th to 2nd on day two.

The 25-year old qualified third on the grid and when the lights went out Dino launched the car off the line to take second place as Harper dropped back. Read More »