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2nd February 2007


Europe's foremost classic 'Grand Prix' circuits are now in reach of virtually any driver, with the announcement of the 2007 calendar from FISC EuroTour.

The 12 year old series has become recognised as providing the best value classic and historic racing on renowned circuits in Europe, but this year has surpassed itself with a ten race schedule incorporating Monza, the Nordschleife, Dijon and Zandvoort for an all in price of Euro 2,850, or around 1,900 for UK competitors.

What's more, the price includes full team hospitality at all venues and a 75 minute qualifying session at the Nordschleife. Drivers from the UK benefit from a unique ferry crossing package for all events, saving a substantial amount on the true cost.

All BMC A series engined saloon and sports cars built prior to 1971 are eligible to race in the full series. Drivers of sub 2 litre 'classic' or period sportscars can also take part in FISC EuroTour's 'Legendary Circuits' series at Monza, Zandvoort and the Nordschleife for an even more affordable Euro 1,995 (around 1,300!)

This will be the first time the FISC EuroTour has visited Monza and founder, Pieter Bakker is very excited at the prospect. He said, 'Our members have long been keen to experience this incredible circuit, having already grown accustomed to racing at venues others only dream about. To be able to incorporate Monza into our schedule, whilst also keeping the cost for the year so low is something we are very proud of and I can think of no other championship or series which offers anywhere this quality of programme, racing or value.'

Another attraction of FISC EuroTour to many competitors is the series is spread over just four race weekends, meaning a fewer number of commitments away from home, whilst still enjoying a ten race programme and over 8 hours of track time. Gaps of between four and eight weeks between events allow for a relaxed schedule and plenty of preparation and recovery time in between.

Further information can be obtained from the club's stand A50 in Speed Street at 'Race Retro' - the International Historic Motorsport Show at Stoneleigh, from March 23 to 25, on the website

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