This weekend we were at the Circuit Dijon-Prenois for the 52nd annual Grand Prix de l'Age d'Or, which is the oldest event of its kind in Europe. Whereas the last two editions were scorching hot, the 2016 event started off with grey skies and rain. The grey skies remained but fortunately, the rain stopped after the lunch break on Friday. This resulted a perfect track for the 280 cars spread over nine grids to race on. Excluding the practice and qualifying session the event featured over 10 hours of racing. Among the very diverse machines on track were early Bugattis and Alfa Romeo 8C 2300s through to Capris and Escorts of the 1970s and Group C cars of the early 1990s.
Once again braving the weather, our photographers were trackside from the start to the finish of the event. Their combined efforts have resulted in an action-packed 300-shot gallery, which serves to illustrate this concise report.

Enjoy the links:

2016 Grand Prix de l'Age d'Or - Report and 300-shot Gallery