The Grand Prix de L’Age D’Or 2015 was staged 5-7 June at the 9-turn, 2.415-mile Dijon-Prenois circuit in Dijon, France. With wonderful summer weather and full grids, the 51st running of the Grand Prix of the Golden Age — the second organized by Peter Auto — was one of the most successful to date.
Organizer Patrick Peter said, “It was the second year of operation of the Grand Prix of the Golden Age by Peter Auto. We are therefore pleased that the number of clubs and their cars has increased in number and quality. Comments of spectators and competitors are in line with what we wanted. Namely accessible paddock and perfectly presented so that all find their interests. Finally, we are very pleased to see that the number of visitors – 14,000 throughout the weekend – at this year exceeded the expected. Peter Auto will continue on this path and continue to hone this event that continues to build.”
The 2015 Grand Prix de L’Age D’Or featured nine historic racing classes, from Classic Endurance Racing 1 and 2; Sixties’ Endurance; Trofeo Nastro Rosso; Heritage Touring Cup; Under 2-Litre Touring Cars, Historic Assocation 1 and 2 and F3 Nations Cup. The paddocks were all open to the public, allowing enthusiasts access to all the race cars participating in the event and their drivers that included Le Mans greats Emanuele Pirro and Eric Hélary.