CIRCUIT OF NEVERS MAGNY-COURS, June 28, 29 and 30, 2019
It is now official, the circuit of Nevers Magny-Cours will host the second edition of the Grand Prix de France Historique from June 28 to 30, 2019. As was the case in the summer of 2017, the event will decline throughout these years. three exceptional days the great international history of single-seater racing. Starting of course with that of Formula 1 through races that will feature the prestigious F1 70/80, but also through various tributes, such as the anniversary of Team Lotus.
The theme of the cars will be treated almost exhaustively, since in the wake of the F1 will also compete in the former Formula 2, Formula 3, Formula Renault, Formula Ford 1600 and 2000. To these many races will be added more others dedicated to Sport-Protos and GT from the 50s to the 70s, but also to endurance prototypes of a newer generation with the cars of Masters Endurance Legends still present there is little in the 24 hours of Le Mans.
In total, there are ten distinct “plateaux” that will be displayed in this Grand Prix de France Historique “2.0”. Fruit of an organization orchestrated by the FFSA, Nevers Circuit Magny-Cours and HVM Racing.
This is the number of years of history of F1 that will be represented both on the track and static version exhibited in the paddock.
All grids combined, there will be at least the same number of cars to be admired on and off the racetrack!
Over the weekend, it is the number of races to watch and enjoy, four of which are devoted to the F1, on Saturday and Sunday in the beginning of afternoon.
Will be the number of horsepower gathered by the FIA trays present at this second edition.
LA NIEVRE, PARTNER
OF THE GRAND PRIX.
“Considering that it is one of the essential actors contributing to the attractiveness of the territory; for more than 50 years, the Conseil Départementale de la Nievre has been the primary partner of the Nevers Magny-Cours Racing Circuit. Oriented towards the future, the site contributes to, and promotes, on an on-going basis, a Pole of Performance, which brings together companies specialized in automobile competition, and industrial companies of very high technological levels and work related formation. It also focuses on promoting and communicating about the prestigious history of the circuit which received the Grand Prix of Formula One until the year 2008. Magny-Cours is an integral part of the Nivernais heritage, French automobile racing history, and worldwide racing heritage in F1. In line with this logic, it seemed quite natural that the Conseil Départementale would give it all its support. ”
Patrice Joly, President of the Conseil Departemental de la Nievre.
A WORD FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE FRENCH FEDERATION OF MOTORSPORTS
( FFSA )
“The creation of the Grand Prix de France Historique is part of a general approach of the FFSA which tends to valorize historical competition as a whole, this discipline represents a precious vector of development, which also led us to create the Historic Tour, and become an active actor present at the yearly Retromobile Automobile Show. Under the aegis of the FFSA, it seemed only natural and necessary to create a 100% international historic event, the idea of innovating by articulating it around the great hours of the single-seater was an evidence… as was the decision to turn to HVM Racing, our developer on the Historic Tour, to define the sporting contours and the content, and to the direction of the Circuit of Nevers Magny-Cours for to welcome HVM Racing as our organising partner in optimal conditions. Magny-Cours, having hosted the Grand Prix of France F1 up until 2008, has the legitimacy and shares, with us, a same ambition to make this event a “revival” show of international stature. To all the enthusiasts, the collectors,- we wish to offer a veritable popular weekend, during which they will have the pleasure to discover or to rediscover the cars of legend and to join in the celebration.”
Nicolas Deschaux, President of the FFSA.
In meters,- the track length of the Grand Prix Circuit of Nevers Magny-Cours.
The number of turns that make up the track.
In square meters, -the surface of the Circuit of Nevers Magny-Cours paddock.
In kilometers per hour,- the speed that the best F1s should reach at the end of the Adelaide straight.