Like last year, the Historical Grand Prix will give the public the opportunity to admire the multiple aspects of the single-seaters of the Formula Junior.
This universal category, introduced in 1958, lived glorious times until 1963 when we saw its replacement the following year by the new classifications F3 and F2. During this brief period, all of the future great champions were revealed driving these frail single seaters, with an engine of 1000 or 1100 cm3, especially conceived in the workshops of Cooper, Lotus, Lola or Brabham. In its six years of existence, this category symbolized the rapid technical evolution of the time, in particular the transition from the front engine to the rear engine on all of the single-seaters of the period. As always, drivers will come from all over Europe to take part in this double Formula Junior race.