This weekend, the lovely Dijon-Prenois circuit hosted the 50th annual Grand Prix de l'Age d'Or, which is one of the oldest, if not the oldest event of its kind. Throughout the three-day meeting the undulating track bathed in sunshine with the temperatures creeping up to near tropical levels. As the event was organised by Peter Auto for the first time since the 1980s, it was not surprising that the traditional single seater grids were complemented by the familiar Peter fields like the Classic Endurance Racing and Sixties' Endurance. As part of the 50th anniversary celebrations, the actual Brabham was present, which was driven by Dan Gurney to the victory in the 1964 French Grand Prix when the original Grand Prix de l'Age d'Or was one of the support acts.
Braving the heat, we hiked all around the fantastic, 3.8 km track, which is never quite flat and barely has a straight line with the exception of the main straight. The result is a class-by-class 280-shot gallery, which serves to illustrate a detailed report of the event.
Among the entries this year were both the very first and final Porsche 935 K3 built. This has prompted us to further expand the 1979 Le Mans winning machines gallery to a whopping 154 shots. Additionally, we have also expanded the image gallery of the Lola T210 we featured last week to now also include engine shots of the second example pictured.

Enjoy the links:

2014 Grand Prix de l'Age d'Or - Report and Slideshow

1979 - 1981 Porsche 935 K3 - Images, Specifications and Information

1970 Lola T210 Cosworth - Images, Specifications and Information