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This blog is run by  Patrimoine Sportif et Mécanique, an association working to keep alive the memory of the Autodrome of Linas Montlhéry. It wishes to make more people aware of the historical importance of this famous track.
We are trying to rally all those, individuals and organizations alike, who feel that the Autodrome is really an historical place and that everything should be done to gather and preserve documents about its history. Our goal is to try to set up a spot where documents and other archives about the Autodrome could be preserved and shown.
This blog is open to all those who would like to contribute to this noble cause. We will publish here all information and news about the Autodrome, its founders and its many users over the years.
You can contribute by adding your documents, pictures, stories. It is vital that all those who would have original and unknown documents make them available.
Our dedicated team will guarantee the quality and the contents of this site



23 juin 2008 1 23 /06 /juin /2008 08:11

The Montlhéry Autodrome will welcome French sports and racing cars up to 1978 on Saturday September 20.

Only pre registered participants and spectators will be admitted, so don't wait to register with UTAC.                                                  

On Saturday August 29, UTAC has received several journalists belonging to the Association des Journalistes du Patrimoine.

UTAC has spent more than 1,5 M Euros in  the year 2008 to renew and enhance the Autodrome. The pits and Grandstand have been repainted as well as the exterior of the banking. 

Period advertisements, such as Yacco and Michelin, will soon be painted on the walls. 

More than 500 cars have registered for the September 20 meeting and registrations are now closed, except for exceptional cars. Utac is also waiting for more than 115 motorcycles. 

There will be three record  cars on the track; a 40 CV Renault of 1926, a peugeot 301 Miramas of 1932 and, of course, a 1933 Rosalie Citroën.

Several other racing cars will also be driven on the banking.

Visitors wishing to come to this meeting should register promptly, as pre-registration will soon close.

         Please go to the French version for details and to see the pictures of the newly painted buildings.        

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