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GRAND PRIX DE MONACO HISTORIQUE
MAY 1st and 2nd 2010 PRE-REGULATIONS

The Automobile Club de Monaco is organising under the High Patronage of His Serene Highness the Sovereign Prince of Monaco in compliance with the prescriptions of the FIA International Sporting Code and its Appendix K, an International restricted event on invitation basis, named 7e GRAND PRIX DE MONACO HISTORIQUE. This event will take place on Sunday May 2nd 2010 on the Monaco Grand Prix Circuit, lap length: 3,340 km and in a clock-wise direction. The cars will be distributed in 8 groups. On Saturday May 1st 2010, each group will take part in 2 official timed practice sessions of 20 minutes each, only the Race C, Sport Cars will have 1 practice session of 30 minutes. The races will take place on Sunday May 9th, 10 laps for each race, or a maximum of 30 minutes (15 laps or a maximum of 45 minutes for the Formula One, 3 litre cars races).

I – ELIGIBLES CARS
The 7e Grand Prix de Monaco Historique is open, on invitation, to cars as defined by Appendix K of the FIA International Sporting Code. Competitors must provide the FIA Historic Technical Passport (H.T.P.). Cars must be in conformity with technical and safety norms as defined in the FIA International Sporting Code and particularly its appendix K.

The cars will be distributed into 8 races: RACE A
Class 1: Class 2: Class 3: Class 4: Class 5: Class 6: PRE 1947 VOITURETTES AND GRAND PRIX CARS (Periods C and D of Appendix K) Cars built up to the end of 1933 supercharged and not exceeding 1500 cc. Cars built up to the end of 1933 unsupercharged and not exceeding 2300 cc. Cars built up to the end of 1930 and not concerned by the previous classes. Cars built from 1931 to the end of 1933 and not concerned by the previous classes. Cars built for the 750 kg Grand Prix regulations from 1934 to the end of 1937. Cars built to the Voiturettes regulations for the period from 1934 to the end of 1946 having engines of 1,5 litre supercharged.

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Class 7:

Cars built to the Grand Prix regulations in operation from 1938 to the end of 1946 having engines of 3 litre supercharged or 4,5 litre unsupercharged. PRE 1961 FRONT ENGINED GRAND PRIX CARS (Period E of Appendix K) Cars from 1947 to the end of 1951 supercharged and not exceeding 1500 cc. Cars from 1947 to the end of 1951 unsupercharged and not exceeding 4500 cc. Formula 2 from 1950 to the end of 1953 unsupercharged and not exceeding 2000 cc. Formula 1 from 1954 to the end of 1960 unsupercharged and not exceeding 2500 cc, or less than 750 cc supercharged. Single-seaters up to 1100 cc unsupercharged. PRE 1953 SPORTS AND SPORTS PROTOTYPES CARS

RACE B
Class 1: Class 2: Class 3: Class 4: Class 5:

RACE C

This race is open to sports racing and sports prototypes built, and having participated to international races, before 1st June 1952, fitted with drum brakes. The supercharged cars will be reclassified one class up. Class 1: Class 2: Class 3: Class 4: Cars having an engine capacity not exceeding 1100 cc. Cars having an engine capacity not exceeding 1500 cc. Cars having an engine capacity not exceeding 2000 cc. Cars having an engine capacity greater than 2000 cc. FORMULA 3, 1000 cc (1964 – 1970)

RACE D

This race is open to Formula 3 cars with 1000cc engines built and raced in a FIA event prior to December 31st 1970.

RACE E
Class 1: Class 2: Class 3: Class 4:

PRE 1966, REAR ENGINED GRAND PRIX CARS (Period E and F of Appendix K) TASMAN AND INTER-CONTINENTAL CARS ARE NOT ACCEPTED Cars built for Formula 2 from 1957 to the end of 1960 having engines of 1,5 litre capacity unsupercharged. Cars built for Formula 1 from 1954 to the end of 1960 having engines of 2,5 litre capacity unsupercharged. Cars built for Formula 1 for the period from 1961 to the end of 1965 having engines of 1,5 litre capacity unsupercharged with 4 or 6 cylinders. Cars built for Formula 1 for the period from 1961 to the end of 1965 having engines of 1,5 litre capacity unsupercharged with 8 or 12 cylinders.

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RACE F

PRE 1975, FORMULA 1, 3 LITRE, WHO HAVE TAKEN PART IN A FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX NO LATER THAN DECEMBER 31st 1974 (Periods GR and HR of Appendix K)

This race is open to Formula 1 cars unsupercharged without turbo and under-car ground aerodynamics effect, and that have successfully been scrutineered and have taken part in a Formula 1 Grand Prix, no later than 31st December 1974. Class 1: Class 2: Class 3: Cars built from 1966 to the end of 1969. Cars built from 1970 to the end of 1974 having Cosworth DFV engines. Cars built from 1970 to the end of 1974 having non Cosworth DFV engines. FORMULA 1, 3 LITRE, WHO HAVE TAKEN PART IN A FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX FROM 1975 TO THE END OF 1978 (Periods HR and IR of Appendix K)

RACE G

This race is open to Formula 1 cars unsupercharged without turbo and under-car ground aerodynamics effect, and that has successfully been scrutineered and has taken part in a Formula 1 Grand Prix, from 1975 to the end of 1978. Class 1: Class 2: Cars having Cosworth DFV engines. Non Cosworth DFV engined cars. FORMULA 3, 1600 cc and 2000 cc (1971 – 1984) This race is open to Formula 3 cars with 1600 cc and 2000 cc engines built and raced in a FIA event prior to December 31st 1984. Class 1: Class 2: Cars having 1600 cc engines. Cars having 2000 cc engines.

RACE H

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II – COMPETITORS AND DRIVERS - ENTRIES
The competitors wishing to take part in one or several races should apply to the Committee for an invitation which should be filled in full and returned signed. This application must be received by the Organising Committee before February 15th 2010, together with: the entry fees 4200 € per car, preferably by credit card, by bank transfer or by cheque to the order of the Automobile Club de Monaco. The entry fee includes 2 invitations to the Gala Dinner at the Monte-Carlo Sporting Club, Salle des Etoiles, (Black tie compulsory). In case of cancellation by the competitor before March 29th 2010, 20% of the entry fees will be kept by the organisation. If informed after this date, the organisation will keep the total amount. the competition results of the driver during the past 2 years, the precise and continuous history of the car with the dates and the different owners, for the selection Committee and Press release, 2 recent and different colour photos of the car ( ¾ front and ¾ rear), a copy of the entire FIA Historic Technical Passport (HTP). All competitors and drivers must hold appropriate and valid international licences for 2010 and must be equipped with helmets and clothes complying with FIA prescriptions. After the entry closing date, February 15th 2010, the competitors selected by the Committee will receive a confirmation letter, together with the supplementary regulations, before March 2nd 2010, at the latest.

III – ADVERTISING
Advertising is authorised in accordance with Art. 2.1.9 of Appendix K of the FIA International Sporting Code.

MOST IMPORTANT
It should be noted that details of this draft are subject to changes.
FOR ANY FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT :

AUTOMOBILE CLUB DE MONACO 23, boulevard Albert 1er BP 464 MC 98012 MONACO CEDEX
tel. : + 377 93 15 26 00 Fax : + 377 93 15 26 40 e-mail : gphistorique@acm.mc web site : www.acm.mc
Preregb/Gph2010 09/10/2009


				
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