The old road racing track of Chimay (Since 1926!) where the famous Grand Prix des Frontieres was held back in the days, will see the return of cars on the track in the South of Belgium on the last weekend of September.
It's a street track of about 4.5km long, a road course with 4 chicanes closed off for the weekend to the normal traffic.
In 2007 we saw the last time that cars were allowed to race on this circuit. For the Tribute to Speed the Circuit de Chimay will hold an "Open Pit Lane" event, and so there will be many historic race cars driving on the Chimay tarmac once again.
- Formula Club Belgium
Cars of 50-60’s
"Chimay Revival Grand Prix des Frontières"
Cars of 70-85’s
(Bravo - Chimay Revival Trophy)
- Prewar cars
(You can register your car now on www.circuit.be)
There are track sessions for :
Besides the old race cars from all era's there will be a concours d'elegance at the Chateau of Chimay, the celebration of 100 Years of Aston Martin and a 40th Anniversary Porsche 911RS display with cars ranging from the 911R all the way to the 911SCRS!
A Rare Zagato Aston and the "Mary Stuart" Porsche 911RSR driven by Gijs Van Lennep in period are just some of the exceptional cars that will be on display during the weekend.
There is plenty of space for Classic Car Club parking, in the evening there's a VIP Legends Dinner and much, much more.
Hope to see you in Chimay! (Yes this is the same place where they brew the Chimay Trappist beer!)