Masters heads back to Donington Park for its now traditional early Masters USA July date with a packed programme for its annual Festival, headlined by the two FIA Masters Historic Championships; the Formula One cars making a welcome return to Donington.
Fans of mighty sports cars will be well catered for as the second race in the CanAm 50 Interserie Challenge mini-series hits the track and will create some superb action. There will be races for the Masters Pre-66 Touring Car Championship and 70s Celebration cars meaning owners of touring cars can have plenty of track time. The Masters Three Hours will be running too, based on the successful four-hour enduro of 2015, it will cater for Pre-66 GT, GTP and touring cars, and will boast pit stops and driver changes, plus refuelling. Donington has a long history of running endurance events and we are delighted that the Masters Three Hours continues that trend. Donington is a superb track with great facilities, while retaining an unspoiled charm. With its undulations, fast sweeping corners, easy access from the motorways, and East Midlands Airport, it is the perfect venue.