The Grand Prix de France Historique will be broadcast on Automoto La Chaine

After the GP de Monaco Historique, Automoto La Chaine will broadcast the GP de France Historique on its channel this weekend.

On Sunday June 19, vintage Formula 1 fans have an appointment at Automoto La Chaine for a journey through time to discover the Historic F1 French Grand Prix.

On the program, superb grids which will plunge F1 fans back into the heart of the finest hours of this sport, with in particular the “Boss GP” series where F1 cars from the 90s and 2000s with V10 engines (Benetton, Williams, Toro Rosso etc…).

Another tray will pay homage to legends of the seventies such as the Lotus, Williams and other Tyrells equipped with Cosworth 3-litre V8s. These single-seaters will be assembled for the race Historic Formula One.

6 hours of racing

Among the other categories not to be missed during the day, the Formula 2 Historic (Pre 79), the F3 Classic Trophy (Pre 85) or the Formula Renault Classic (Pre 95) and the Formula Ford 1600 (Pre 93).

Besides these glories of the past, some renowned drivers have already announced their presence for this event such as Jean Alesi, René Arnoux, but also Yannick Dalmas, Patrick Tambay or even Jean Pierre Jarier. Another participation to note, that of the famous freestyle motorcycle pilot Tom Pageswho will race at the wheel of a Ford-powered Tiga prototype.

From 9 a.m. this Sunday, go to Automoto La Chaine to experience live the first races of the day until 12 noon. Then return for the afternoon trays from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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