The Grand Prix Masters organisation has moved to protect its name in the face of plans to use the same title for a contemporary single-seater category employing former GP drivers.
It has underlined the fact that the Grand Prix Masters name has been used throughout the 2004 season for its series for Formula One cars built between 1966 and ’78.
Its statement read: “We confirm that we as Grand Prix Masters have held discussions with the appropriate trade mark experts.”
Meetings between the two parties have been held, however, and the possibility of the period F1 machinery supporting the races for the new Middle Eastern series in 2005/6 has been mooted.
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