So, where would be like to be this weekend? An obvious choice is the Masters Historic Festival at Brands Hatch, but there are some very tempting meeting elsewhere in the world that are well worth a visit.
A highlight at Brands Hatch will be the always popular FIA Masters Formula One series, who have a rround each day and head up an enticing array of races - see our preview: http://bit.ly/2s2hHRW
Elsewhere, Grand Prix de Pau Historique sees Formula Two and Formula Three cars racing n the famous Pau street circuit supported by five other series. Pau hosted the first race to be called a Grand Prix in 1901 and the historic meeting comes one week after their annual Grand Prix meeting on the winding 1.7-mile circuit in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region of France.
Further afield. the 41st Historic Winton meeting at the Winton Motor Raceway in Victoria, Australia, features two days of track activity, featuring over 400 historic racing cars and motorbikes from the 1920s to the 1980s plus a huge heritage display of veteran and vintage vehicles.
If you are at any of these - or even getting your historic fix elsewhere, let us know how your weekend went!