This weekend, the undulating Dijon-Prenois circuit will host the annual Grand Prix de l'Age d'Or, which is one of the oldest historic race meetings in the world. A new addition for this year is the Group C grid. Among the cars entered is this Rondeau M382, which won the very first Group C race back in 1982. Based on the same design as Rondeau's 1979 Le Mans winning machine, the M382 was run as both a Group C and an IMSA GTP car. The example entered is the very car that won at Monza and has been beautifully preserved.
Perfectly suited to the Dijon track is certainly the Lotus Elan 26R, which is due to compete in the two-hour Sixties' Endurance event. This particular car has been restored to its 1965 Sebring 12 Hours livery but was raced most successfully at several editions of the Nassua Speed Week on the Bahamas.
Porsche 911s are common place in the Classic Endurance Racing grids, and this rare 911 Carrera RSR 2.8. Fielded by Brumos Porsche, it was extensively raced from 1973, making numerous appearances in the Sebring 12 Hours and Daytona 24 Hours. Chassis 911 360 0865 has recently been restored to its original configuration and colours.
Especially for a British collector, Ferrari created this 458 MM Speciale. Based on a 458 Speciale, it features a bespoke body kit and wheels. It is finished in 'Bianco Italia' and features blacked out A-pillars, which gives the impression of a warp-around windshield.

Enjoy the links:

1964 - 1966 Lotus Elan 26R - Images, Specifications and Information

1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 2.8 Chassis 911 360 0865 -

1982 Rondeau M382 Cosworth - Images, Specifications and Information

2016 Ferrari 458 MM Speciale - Images, Specifications and Information