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The Masters Historic Festival returns to Brands Hatch for its
traditional Bank Holiday weekend of classic racing action.
This year's event on Saturday and Sunday celebrates the
50th anniversary of the first British Grand Prix at Brands
Hatch, with several generations of F1 machinery set to be
represented on track.
The FIA Historic Formula One Championship caters for evocative Grand Prix cars raced during the 60s, 70 and 80s and features stirring machinery from Williams, McLaren, Lotus, Tyrrell, Arrows and more.
The Historic Grand Prix Cars Association
(HGPCA) features Grand Prix cars spanning half a
century of motor racing, from the 1920s to the 1960s, covering the
era of that debut Formula One event at Brands.
On the fabulous Grand Prix Circuit, spectators will be able to see these priceless examples pushed almost to the limit through the fast and flowing corners which, like the cars, remain virtually unchanged from when they originally raced at Brands in anger.
In addition to support races featuring monstrous sportscars and saloons, a number of other iconic F1 machines across all eras will be on display, together with a demonstration and parade in memory of Sir Jack Brabham featuring cars the legendary motor racing icon drove and built during his illustrious career. PLEASE NOTE:Sunday is the main event day.
There will be festival fun all around the venue - click the 'ENTERTAINMENT' tab for details, or visit the dedicated Masters Festival website by clicking here.
FIA Historic Formula One ChampionshipThe FIA Historic Formula One Championship brings F1 cars back to the Grand Prix circuit, recalling eras in which Emerson Fittipaldi, Niki Lauda, Nelson Piquet any many others were victorious at the Kent circuit.
FIA Historic Sports CarsThe FIA Historic Sports Cars recall a golden era of endurance racing, featuring some of the most beautiful race machines ever built. Expect to see Lola T70s and Ford GT40s amongst an evocative entry list.
Pre-66 Touring CarsOld school touring cars should offer plenty of sideways entertainment with everything from American V8 giants to our very own home-grown Minis out on track!
Historic Grand Prix CarsThese brutes hark back to a pioneering era of Grand Prix racing. There are no sponsor’s logos to be found here, only a display of power from these classic single seaters! These machines celebrate the heritage of greats including Fangio and Ascari.
FIA Lurani TrophyThe FIA Lurani Trophy is a celebration of Historic Formula Junior, a category for aspiring single seater racers that blossomed in the late 50s and early 60s. Graduates from the original category include Jim Clark and John Surtees.
Motor Racing Legends Stirling Moss TrophyThe Motor Racing Legends Stirling Moss Trophy is home to a host of pre-1961 sportscars, with longer two-driver races creating an authentic historic racing experience.
70s CelebrationThe 70s celebration category lives up to its name by providing action from an eclectic mixture of touring and GT machines from the decade. Expect to see Ford Capris and BMWs battling for position in this thoroughbred contest!
BRSCC Open Sports Car ChampionshipThis race is open to a wide variety of sportscars.
Formula Ford Invitation RaceSlipstream battles at the spiritual home of Formula Ford can be expected here, with these low downforce machines constantly battling for the best position.
Quaife Motorsport News Saloons4-wheel drive saloon cars with 600bhp. Ex-BTCC, DTM and even World Rally Championship machines compete in a varied field.
FIA Historic Formula One Championship
FIA Historic Sports Cars
Pre-66 Touring Cars
Historic Grand Prix Cars
FIA Lurani Trophy
Motor Racing Legends Stirling Moss Trophy
BRSCC Open Sports Car Championship
Formula Ford Invitation Race
Quaife Motorsport News Saloons
|Sunday Admission - MAIN EVENT DAY||-||£25||-||FREE||-||£18|
|Saturday Paddock Hill Grandstand (roving seat)||-||£5||-||£5||-||£5|
|Sunday Paddock Hill Grandstand (roving seat)||-||£5||-||£5||-||£5|
PLEASE NOTE: If you have ordered advance tickets you will need to bring your original tickets to the circuit as copies and receipts are not accepted. All advance tickets have now been dispatched and were sent by either Recorded or Special Delivery, meaning a signature is required. In the rare instance that your tickets have not arrived in time you will need to purchase them at the gate price and obtain a refund after the event by returning the gate ticket stubs and your original tickets to the venue office. Please have your tickets separated before arriving at the gate.
The Masters Festival isn't just a race weekend. There will be F1 demonstrations, static displays of F1 cars and a host of off-track activities to keep everyone entertained.
SIR JACK BRABHAM TRIBUTE
To celebrate the extraordinary life and career of Sir Jack Brabham, there will be an on track demonstrationfeaturing cars built and raced by his eponymous team, led by youngest son and Le Mans winner David.
DAVID BRABHAM AUTOGRAPH SESSION
On Sunday, the Le Mans winner David Brabham will be attending an autograph session, taking place at 12:00 in the area next to the static F1 displays. Please listen carefully to the commentator announcements as the autograph session timing is subject to change.
The car club area will be a huge part of the event - don't miss
it! Already confirmed are the Jaguar Car Club and the Ford GT40
The 2014 Brands Hatch Masters Festival will celebrate the anniversary of the first F1 Grand prix held at the Kent circuit 50 years ago. The festival will be a true celebration of Formula 1 history with not only track demonstrations but static displays as well.
The cars on static display will include a 1986 Williams FW11 - as raced to victory by Nigel Mansell in the last Brands Hatch Grand Prix, 1992 Benetton B191 - as raced to third place in the 1992 Mexican Grand Prix by Michael Schumacher, 1985 Lotus 97T/2 - as raced to victory by Ayrton Senna.
Amongst the F1 cars performing on track will be a McLaren M19.
Check out the Brands Hatch adventure playground, which features a motorsport theme and has equipment for children of all ages from toddler to 14.
There are climbing frames, swings and much more!
Our adventure playground is sure to keep the children busy throughout the day.
Location: To the right of the Kentagon Restaurant.
You can also test your mettle with go-karting on a mini version of the Brands Hatch Indy circuit, located opposite the Megastore. Operated by Buckmore Park, karting is available for all those aged 8+ and costs £12 for ten minutes, payable at the karting circuit.
Click here for general circuit information, including directions, accommodation and address/contact details.
What time do the gates
Gates open at 8.00am on Saturday and 8.00am on Sunday.
How much does it cost to park?
Parking is free of charge for all public car parks. If you wish to park on Southbank (the large grassed area opposite Cooper Straight) the charge is £2 per car on the Saturday, £5 on the Sunday. If you plan on parking on Southbank you will need to display a pass. Please click here to download one.
What time does the campsite
The campsite opens at midday on the Friday before the event and will close on midday on the Tuesday after the event.
Can I get into the Paddock and Pit areas?
There are no restrictions on access to the Support Race Paddock.
Can I listen to the commentary by radio?
Yes - Radio Brands will be transmitting the commentary over all three days on 87.7FM.
Is there Disabled Parking and Viewing
Blue Badge holders may park free of charge inside the venue in the area immediately opposite the Megastore near Paddock Hill Bend. Badge holders may also park free of charge on Southbank.
There is a wheelchair viewing area in Paddock Hill Grandstand with free of charge access to wheelchair users plus one carer. Any additional carers, friends or family must be in possession of a valid grandstand ticket. Please contact our ticket office on 0843 453 9000 to reserve space in the wheelchair viewing area.
What happens if my tickets don't arrive in
All tickets are sent by Royal Mail Recorded or Special Delivery, meaning a signature is required. In the rare instance that your tickets have not arrived in time you will need to purchase them at the gate price and obtain a refund after the event by returning the gate ticket stubs and your original tickets to the ticket office at the address below:
MotorSport Vision Centre
Brands Hatch Circuit
Are animals permitted anywhere on
No animals are permitted anywhere on site. Guide/assistance dogs are the only exception.
What age do I have to be to qualify for a Senior Citizen discount?
We offer a discount to our guests that are aged 65 and over.
I have a Grade D ticket. Where can I find a list of events and can I upgrade my ticket?
You can find a list of eligible Grade D events by clicking
What is MSV's ticket refund policy?
The ticketholder shall only be entitled to a refund or exchange (at MSV's election) if an event is cancelled in its entirety prior to its commencement of the Event for reason(s) that are within the reasonable control of MSV.
Event tickets may not be sold, resold, donated, transferred or in any way disposed of without prior written permission from MSV.
How can I get media accrediation for race events?
Please visit our dedicated media site to apply for accreditation at media.msv.com