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Circuit des Remparts d'Angoulême 2019
2019 celebrates the 80th anniversary of the track, this edition has comprise five FFSA competition grids and three demonstration grids:
  • Raymond Mays: this category is reserved for 4 cylinders Bugatti's, from the Molsheim constructor,
  • Marc Nicolosi: consist of Grand Prix Bugatti's, of 8 cylinders,
  • Maurice Trintignant: pre-war cars,
  • Jean-Pierre Beltoise: on track, cars of the GT and Tourism categories prior to 1965,
  • Henri Greder: a grid composed of cars of the GT and Tourism categories after 1965,
  • Grand Prix Evocation: cars from 1939 to 1955, some of which have already competed at the Remparts
  • Emile Mors: all cars constructed before 1914, specificaly designed for racing and who have written the first pages of Automobile Competition,
  • Alain Serpaggi: Formule France, this formula is to showcase young French talent and to assist them to attain Formula 1 drives.




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    Circuit des Remparts d'Angoulême 2018
    Six FFSA competition grids and two demonstration grids:
  • Raymond Sommer: pre-war cars powered by less than 1500cc engines,
  • Henri Greder: a grid composed of cars of the GT and Tourism categories after 1965,
  • Marc Nicolosi: consist of Grand Prix Bugatti's, of 8 cylinders,
  • Frazer Nash: a grid reserved for English cars from the interwar period equipped with chain drives,
  • Maurice Trintignant: pre-war cars powered by more than 1500cc engines,
  • Jean-Pierre Beltoise: cars of the GT and Tourism categories prior to 1965,
  • Louis Rosier: a bunch of barquettes dating from the 50's,
  • Jacques Savoye: grid organized in conjunction with the Amicale Tricyclecariste de France.




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    Circuit des Remparts d'Angoulême 2017
    Seven FFSA competition grids and one demonstration grid:
  • Raymond Sommer: pre-war cars powered by less than 1500cc engines,
  • Stirling Moss: reserved for the racer 500,
  • Henri Greder: reserved for GT from 1965 till 1974,
  • Marc Nicolosi: exclusively composed of Bugattis 37, 35, 51 and 59,
  • Henri Pescarolo: grid for post 1974 GT's ,
  • Maurice Trintignant: pre-war cars powered by more than 1500cc engines,
  • Jean-Pierre Beltoise: reserved for GT before 1965,
  • Henri Toivonen: demonstration grid composed of rallye cars from the 80's and 90's.




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