Hungaroring Classic


This year the Hungaroring, theatre of the first Formula 1 Grand Prix behind the Iron Curtain in 1986, will host its first event for historic cars.

The 4,381-km circuit comprises 16 corners and is known for its twisty layout and the strings of bends that follow one another in quick succession, especially in the second sector. Because of the narrowness and the lack of long straights overtaking is very difficult and qualifying is of crucial importance to hope to score a good result. The drivers in the seven grids entered by Peter Auto have been warned!

The circuit is near Budapest (only 18 km) so the entrants will be able to discover the glories of the Hungarian capital considered to be the pearl of the Danube because of its many monuments, its famous spas and thermal baths.