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FIA Masters Historic Formula One Championship

Masters Historic Formula One
Category Single seater
Country Europe
Engine suppliers Cosworth
Tyre suppliers A
Drivers' champion 23x15px John Delane
23x15px Gregory Thornton
Official website www.themastersseries.com/race-series/item/4-fia-historic-formula-one
The FIA Masters Historic Formula One Championship is a championship that has old Formula One cars from "the golden era", which caters for 3 litre engine Formula 1 cars from 1966 to 1985.[1]

Regulations

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  • Cars using Cosworth DFV engines must have an engine limiter of 10,000 rpm
  • All drivers must be presented with a current FIA Historic Technical Passport and be presented in that specification.
  • All drivers must be in possession of an International level racing licence.
  • Cars must be classed into the following categories in order to enter a race:
  • Characteristics of events:
    • Friday: Untimed Practice (If Available)
    • Friday: Timed Qualifying
    • Saturday: Race 1
    • Sunday: Race 2
  • At the end of the championship, there will be two winners:
    • One for non-ground effect cars (Stewart and Fittipaldi cars)
    • The other for the remaining classes (Head and Lauda cars)
  • Points:
    • For classes with 3 or more starters in the class: 9–6–4–3–2–1
    • For classes with fewer than 3 starters in the class: 6–4
    • For classes with 1 starter in the class: 4
  • Drivers must complete 75% of the race in order to be classified

2014 Calendar

Round Event Circuit Date
1 Catalan Classic 23x15px Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona 4–6 April
2 Masters Historic Festival 23x15px Brands Hatch, Swanley 24–25 May
3 Historic Festival 23x15px Masaryk Circuit, Brno 4–6 July
4 Silverstone Classic 23x15px Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone 25–27 July
5 Oldtimer GP 23x15px Nürburgring, Nurburg 8–10 August
6 Historic Grand Prix 23x15px Circuit Park Zandvoort, Zandvoort 29–31 August
7 Spa Six Hours 23x15px Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Spa 19–21 September
8 Masters Historic Festival 23x15px Circuito de Jerez, Andalusia 10–12 October
Source:[1]

Champions

Season Champion Car
2013 Pre-1978: 23x15px John Delane Tyrrell 002
Post-1978: 23x15px Gregory Thornton Lotus 92/5

References

  1. ^ a b c "FIA Masters Historic Formula One Championship". Themastersseries.com. Retrieved 2013-08-18. 


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