The iconic Dijon-Prénois track so-called because of its short 3,800 km layout and its technical corners provided a great spectacle for the 16,000 amateurs and faithful motor sport followers who came to see the 320 historic competition cars entered for this weekend’s races.
The Grand Prix de l’Age d’Or continues to retrace the history of motor sport on the track, and also in the paddock, with two supporting grids invited on an exceptional basis for their respective championships, Formula Junior and the Historic Grand Prix Cars Association, which attracted both the curious as well as motor sport fans delighted to be able to see these beautiful, rare machines in action.
In a popular festive ambience in a sunlit Burgundy, the weekend finished with a celebration of the 70th anniversary of Corvette with a parade of 170 American cars on the track on Sunday. The Grand Prix de l’Age d’Or continues to retrace the history of motor sport – and to write it !
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