Historic Racing in its purest state!
For this competition are eligible Classics cars prepared according to the Appendix K and in accordance with the FIA safety standards:
GENTLEMEN DRIVERS SPIRIT:
Pre-1966 Touring cars under 2000cc + MGB + Porsche 911 SWB. Also for all Pre-1976 cars under 1300cc.
Any pre-1966 Touring (TS), Grand Touring Cars and Grand Touring Prototypes (GTS & GTP) that had FIA homologation until (31/12/1965) and have a FIA HTP papers. Sport cars under 2000cc with FIA homologation until (31/12/1965) and have FIA HTP papers or national technical passport.
Examples: Mini Cooper S, Jaguar E-Type, Marcos 1800 and Lotus 23B..
Any pre-1971 Touring (TS) and Grand Touring Cars (GTS) with FIA homologation until (31/12/1971) and FIA HTP papers or national technical passport.Examples: BMW 2002, Datsun 1200, Mini Cooper S MK2, GTAM Alfa Romeo and Ferrari 365 GTB/4.
Any pre-1976 Touring (TS) and Grand Touring Cars (GTS) with FIA homologation until (31/12/1976) and FIA HTP papersExamples: De Tomaso Pantera, Fiat 128 S, Ford Capri and Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS.
Any homologation or amendment dated after 31/12/1976 is not allowed. Plus we have some special limitations. Porsche homologation is only allowed until the Porsche 2.8 RSR specification. All later cars have specific rules. Ford Escorts with BDG engines aren’t allowed. Other special rules can apply to H-1976 cars.
H-C Category: "Invited" Competition Cars
This category is for Cars not allowed in any of the previous categories or cars not complying with the Appendix K. However, some cars can be considered eligible to race if the organization committee believes it will improve both the spectacle and improve other drivers’ enjoyment.
What is Appendix K? Is the FIA common set of rules that governs Historic Racing in Europe. It dictates that only the changes made to the cars at the time can be replicated, and is usually documented on the homologation form or through a set of rules in force at that time.
What's new for 2018!
In its short but intense existence, the Iberian Historic Endurance has seen a remarkable growth.
For 2018, in addition to our concept of good circuits, good weather and friendly atmosphere, we will focus on fewer races (two less than in 2017) and more of a personal touch.
In accordance with the spirit that inspired the creation of this competition, all our races are ruled by FIA's Appendix K, following the Sportsmanship 3 Cs international rule: No Crashing. No Cheating. No Complaining.
In the mind of the organization and participants, the primary goal is not the fight for victory; it is, rather, the pleasure of competing and the satisfaction of driving. Hence the introduction of criteria such as the Performance Index, which allows the less powerful and slower, models to excel.
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