Even though the major cultural event of the summer, Copenhagen historic Grand Prix 2019, is still more than six months into the future, loads of drivers registrate to enter the historic motorsports weekend. The popular 65-class is already completely sold out and has quite a few drivers on the waiting list already. This happens even though the class has been split into two this year in order to meet the tremendous interest from drivers. This August, the class will be divided into a TC-class (Touring Cars) and a GT-class (Grand Turismo). Despite this, the interest in participating in this class has exceeded the expectations of the organization and we look forward to welcoming the two record-breaking classes to the paddock at Bellahøj Park.Furthermore, the 71-class is also more than 75% full at this time and we expect to open the waiting list shortly.The 71-class consists of a wonderful mix of tiny but vivid NSU’s and Fiat 500s and sportscars from Porsche, BMW, Ford etc.For the first time in the history of the event, Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix will welcome the virile racing class, Super GT Denmark to the grid this year. The class has been renamed this year but origines in the former Supertourisme-class. During the past four seasons, the class has been renowned for highly entertaining racing, close duels and loads of drama. Last season, the female race driver Michelle Gatting raced in this class and former Formula One driver and -expert Nicolas Kiesa has joined the class at several occasions. The promotor behind Super GT Denmark expects more than 20 participants for the championship race in Copenhagen. The very same promotor is behind the fun and ever entertaining OK Mobil 1 Legends Car Cup which has provided lots of action during the past years at Bellahøj Park. This year, the class aims at breaking the record from last year by having more than 30 vehicles at the starting grid.
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