On Sunday morning, it was the turn of the cars in Classic Endurance Racing (CER 1) to set the ball rolling in a race led by Claudio Roddaro in his Porsche 917. Then the Greatest’s Trophy grid was back on the track for its second race of the weekend. This time victory went to Carlos Monteverde and Gary Pearson in their Jaguar Type E. The morning ended with the race for the Porsches in the 2.0L Cup grid won by Andrew Smith and Olivier Bryant. The afternoon was marked by the second Classic Endurance Racing (CER 2) grid event won by Philippe Scemama and Nigel Greensall’s Lola T600. The final race of the weekend was for drivers in the Heritage Touring Cup grid consisting of cars that had shone in the European Touring Car Championship (ETCC) between 1966 and 1984, and victory went to Christian Traber in a BMW 3.0 CSL.
CLUBS: 650 CARS ON TRACK
Thirty-one makes clubs were among the other players who came to the Grand Prix de l’Age d’Or at the Dijon-Prenois circuit to enjoy some privileged track laps. Among them was the MX5 club, which was celebrating its 30th anniversary in style with no fewer than 100 cars present, and the Club Alpina France back for its tenth participation in the Grand Prix de l’Age d’Or. The Light Car Club assembled 70 cars for this event. Other great names like the Club Maserati France and three Alfa Romeo enthusiasts (Alfa Classic Club de France, Club Alfa Romeo de France and Club Alfa Romeo Passion) also brought along their most beautiful cars.