Race Calendar


Race Calendar 2018

 ‘Legendary Circuits’ Series invites you to the best historic F1 circuits in Europe.

This is no official FIA championship, but every weekend is a competition in its
own right, allowing you to cherry pick your events from the race calendar below.

Best quality * Best price * Best value

Best choice for already 25 years !

FISC Race Calendar

Pau Street Races [F] < click
Historic Grand Prix – Fri-Sun 18-19-20 May 2018
Following the success of Angoulême – in previous years – Pau could bring us to the next level, in street racing.
IMPORTANT: no HTP requirement for our series, but safety requirements according to Ann.K regulations.
This is an event for Historic Road Sports Cars up to and including 1971, but
later period cars complementing the grid are also welcome.

Circuit Zandvoort [NL] < click
Spridget 60 Meet – Fri-Sun 27-28-29 July 2018
A celebration event for the 60th anniversary of the Austin Healey Sprite.
This race is for Austin Healey Sprites, MG Midgets and all derivatives, with a free choice of tyres, but no slicks.
Already registrations arrived from Japan, the U.S., the U.K. and the Netherlands. And …
the first ever works Sebring Sprite will attend too.
Now with Open Pitlane Trackday on the Friday.

Join the group on facebook @ Spridget 60 Meet Zandvoort 2018 < click

Circuit Zandvoort [NL] < click
Zandvoort Classic – Fri-Sun 27-28-29 July 2018
A very laid back event and in Summer time, which makes it an ideal opportunity to
invite friends and the family to this legendary and challenging F1 circuit.
This is an all-comer event for GT’s ánd Touring Cars up to and including 1976,
but later period cars complementing the grid are also welcome.
Now with Open Pitlane Trackday on the Friday.

Like the page on facebook @ Legendary Circuits Series  < click

Test & Track Days < click
Why not book a track day or evening and enjoy all those Legendary Circuits at your own
comfort, or perhaps you want to have your private testing opportunity for an event you’ll
be participating in later this year?

– NEW –
Why not book your Track Day Coaching opportunity
with Jan Lammers a.o. and give your learning curve a boost?
All-year-round opportunities, open pit lane, expert drivers and novices,
no race licence 
requirement, now with FREE Tack Day Tips guide.

Don’t be left out, but register your interest today !

– find your registration form at the bottom of each of the pages above –

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Other ‘legendary circuits’ we have previously raced on:

Autodrome Linas-Montlhéry [F]

Autodromo Nazionale Monza [I]

Circuit Clermont Ferrand – Charade [F]

Circuit des Remparts [F]

Circuit Dijon – Prenois [F]

Circuit Le Mans – Bugatti [F]

Circuit Nordschleife [GER]

Circuit Nürburgring – GP circuit [GER]

Circuit Spa – Francorchamps [B]

Circuit Zandvoort [NL]

Circuit Zolder [B]

Important events we’ve visited through the years


In the press

Spa Open Pitlane 2017
Spa 3 Hours 2017

Top-10 of most popular Production Road Sports Cars [GT’s] in Europe

I´ve taken the opportunity to create a web page for each make, describing in just a few words which models are welcome to race in the ‘Legendary Circuits’ Series.

#1 The most popular classic car to race with today is the MG. In particular the MGB roadster, closeley followed by the MG Midget and the MGA. But there are many more MG’s eligible to race in the ‘Legendary Circuits’ series.

#2 On the list of most popular cars raced in Europe are the Lotusses and the Lotus Elan to start with.

#3 Morgan’s are still being raced fanatically in ‘good old England’, but sad enough, we only find few of them on the Continent.

#4 On the list are the Austin Healey’s, and it’s especially the ‘big’ healeys that are popular on the Continent.

#5 The 911’s are most popular amongst Porsches, but the 356C is a strong contender in our 1,600 class.

#6 On the list is the well known Triumph marque. In this case the Spitfire being the most popular model still being raced today.

#7 Despite the economic recession, Jaguars are still high on the list. The Jaguar E Type being the most popular model.

#8 The TVR Granturas, often with BMC B engines, are still very popular today.

#9 For Ginetta it all started with the introduction of the G2 in 1958. Many successful models were to follow.

#10 Soon after WWII, the Alfa’s were the cars to beat and not only in GP events. A wide variety of cars is eligible.

FISC Race Calendar