• Masters Historic Racing will be expanding into North America with its acquisition of Historic Grand Prix Inc., America’s historic Formula One organizer. While the combined organization will initially be directed from the existing Masters office in the UK, events in the USA will continue to be run from a satellite American office. Masters was appointed to operate the FIA Historic Formula One Championship this year, and this merger could bring the addition of American races to the FIA calendar. For details please visit www.themastersseries.com
• Five-time Le Mans winner Derek Bell MBE will serve as the event Patron for the third Bahamas Speed Week Revival, set for December 4-8 in Nassau. In addition to his quintet of Le Mans victories, Bell also won the Rolex 24 at Daytona on three occasions and the World Sportscar Championship twice, as well as racing in Formula One for Ferrari, McLaren, Surtees and Tecno. This year’s event will mark the return of actual racing to Nassau as contests for Formula Junior, Classic/Vintage Minis and Austin-Healeys will take place on the Arawak Cay circuit. Complete information can be found at www.bahamasspeedweek.com
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