The new Pan-European Classic Endurance Racing series for 1960s and ’70s sports-racers is set to visit the UK this season.
The Peter Auto-run events are to support the new Le Mans Endurance Series for contemporary sportscars, and will be part of its Silverstone round on August 14-15.
The one-hour Classic Endurance races are open to sport-prototypes that raced in major events from 1966-72, and GT cars from 1966-73.
The other dates include a visit to Monza on May 9, the Nürburgring (July 3-4) and Spa (September 11-12).
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