1. ELIGIBLE CARS
Permitted are sports car prototypes and two-seater racing cars, which correspond with the relevant F.I.A. homologations and Appendix K of the FIA International Sporting Code and have a valid F.I.A. Historic Technical Passport (HTP) .
The race series comprises vehicles from the following historic periods:
Sports car prototypes and two-seater racing cars from the following periods:
1.1.1966 - 31.12.1971 - F.I.A. Period G R
1.1.1972 - 31.12.1976 - F.I.A. Period H R
e.g. original Group 6 vehicles
Canadian-American Race Series (Can-Am)
The organiser reserves the right to permit Period I vehicles to participate as an invitation class in the individual races.
These vehicles must be technically comparable with Period H vehicles, and must have no modern constructions. For example, central seaters, aerodynamic underbodies, push/pullrod suspensions, etc. are not permitted.
Breakdown into the following classes:
Class A: Two-seater sportscar over 2000cc 1966-1971 Can-Am Big Block
1966-1976 3000 V12, Cosworth DFV
Class B: Can-Am cars Small Block up to 6000 cc 1966-1971 (McLaren M1, M6)
Two-seater/closed bodywork sportscar prototypes over 2000cc 1966-1971
(T 70, GT 40, 910)
2-litres coupés + sportscars up to 2000 cc 1966-1971 (B19 FVC, B16 FVC)
Class C: Two-seater sportscar/GTs up to 2000cc 1966-1969 (Chevron B 6, B8, Ginetta)
Class D: Two-seater sportscar without wing up to 2000 cc 1969-1976 (B19 BDG, 212 BDG)
Class E: Two-seater sportscar up to 2000cc with wing 1972-1976
(B26/31, 292/294/296, 75 S, 76 S)
Class F: Invitation class
Two-seater sportscar up to 2000cc after 1976 Period I (B36, TOJ, Osella)
Only AVON A11 are permitted for use as slick tyres.
Wet tyres are exempt.
4. VEHICLE CHANGE
Vehicle changes are permitted.
If a vehicle is changed after timed practice, the driver will, with the agreement of the race management, start from the back of the grid.
5. PRACTICE AND QUALIFICATION
All competitors must qualify in the practice according to the provisions of the schedule. Those concerned must drive at least one timed lap. The decision on the final starting positions shall rest with the race management.
One free and one timed practice is planed to be carried out. As an alternate 2 qualifyings.
For safety reasons , the start will be a ROLLING START.
At the end of the formation lap the pace car will pull off and the pole setter will lead the field
at a speed between 70 kph - 90 kph until he passes the green light or flag at the starting line.
No car may overtake another one until it has passed the start line .
The starting positions on the grid for race 1 are based on the qualifying times recorded.
The starting positions on the grid for race 2 are based on the finishing positions in race 1
(Winner race 1 = pole race 2 etc)
Two races, each individually scored, will be held at each event.
Each race distance will be approximately 50 – 60 km.