DONINGTON HISTORIC FESTIVAL 1ST-2ND MAY 2021 (PAST EVENT)
Did you know, you can enjoy all the fantastically diverse live racing action of this weekend’s Donington Historic Festival from the comfort of your own armchair, thanks to live streaming of every race on both days, which will be broadcast on the Festival’s website www.doningtonhistoric.com
The full event timetable can be viewed on their website
. Please note, live streaming starts at 1pm on Saturday, 1 May and 11am on Sunday, 2 May. It will be produced by Historic Motorsport TV
, the first dedicated video channel for historic racing, and is presented with support from DK Engineering, Motor Racing Legends and The Royal Automobile Club.
They also be posting regular photos, videos and updates on their social media channels throughout the weekend. Want to know what's happening on track before the live stream begins? The live qualifying and race timing and commentary can be followed on tsl-timing.com
from 9.10am each day – ideal for combining the DHF action with a spot of gardening or perhaps fettling a much-loved classic car.
From Pre-War sports cars of the type that battled it out around Donington Park in the 1930s, to pre-’66 Grand Prix and Formula One cars, stunning pre-‘56 and pre-‘61 sportscars, nimble Formula Junior single-seaters, and crowd-pleasing Touring Cars from the 1960s, ‘70s and ‘80s, there is something for fans of all eras of classic motor racing. Jaguar enthusiasts can celebrate the 60th anniversary of the E-type with the one-hour Jaguar Classic Challenge race, while two important new historic race series make their debut at the Festival. The Amon Cup for Ford GT40s closes the Saturday of the event with a magnificent, 80-minute race for one of the most iconic GT cars of all time, while the Sunday of the Festival finishes with a superbly stylish, three-hour Royal Automobile Club Pall Mall Cup race for GT, sports racing and Touring Cars built before 1966.