The next ‘Coupes de Printemps’ will take place on Saturday 26th March 2011 at the famous Autodrome de Montlhéry,close to Paris.
Once again, this friendly track-day will use the 3.3-kilometre track, which includes the banking and its three chicanes.We are delighted to welcome two partners this year with BRM (Bernard Richards Manufacture), who will award one of their stunning watches to the overall winner of the Coupes de Printemps in 2011, and the well established French insurer TEA-CEREDE,who has been specializing in classic car insurance since 1960.
This is a social event to enjoy the very historical venue without any notion of competition and no times will be recorded. To keep a period feel to the event, cars will be accepted up to Pre-1972.
The program will be as follows
8H - 9H: Welcome breakfast
10H - 12H: Track time
12H - 14H: Lunch
14H - 18H: Track time
Cars will be divided into three groups running consecutively throughout the day. There are strict regulations, both in terms of safety and noise, to be able to access Montlhéry,which we would ask each person who participates to respect. Therefore, we will have to have the names of each person entering the site and all car must be silenced to be allowed to run.
If you would like to take part in the‘Coupes de Printemps’on 26th March 2011, please fill entry form. Each entry is for one car and two people, to include a picnic lunch. It will not be possible to purchase supplementary lunches, guests may bring their own extra picnics. If you would like to enter several cars, please note that you will benefit from a reduced rate for your additional entries.
Each person taking part on the track, whether as a driver, or as a passenger, is required to sign the enclosed entry form. Everybody involved needs to be detailed on the formin order to enter the site upon arrival in the morning.
Should you need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact
by email - firstname.lastname@example.org
or by telephone +33 (0) 618.104.22.168
46, avenue du Président Wilson
BRM (Bernard Richards Manufacture)