When the association “Raceclub Germany” organised by Wolfgang Huter enters the starting grid, six decades of formula racing history can be experienced. Visitors can look forward to great brands then.
The safety of the drivers as well as the value preservation of these valuable monoposti are in the focus of the internationally announced races for Raceclub Germany.
The spectrum of historic Formula 1 and Formula 2 cars starts with Stirling Moss’ Maserati 250 F and the F1 Cooper T53 driven by John Surtees – who, by the way, is still the only racing driver to have won both Formula 1 and motorbike world championships – in the 1961 season.
Fast Formula 2 cars from Lotus, March or G.R.D, driven by legends like Jochen Rindt and Ronnie Peterson, Formula 3, Formula 3000 and Formula 5000 complete this unique journey through time.
The range of historic vehicles is completed by representatives of the monoposti racing series Formula Vau and Formula Opel-Lotus.