Laurent Vallery-Masson has invited HSCC racers to take part in the 2 Tours d’Horloge at Paul Ricard in November. The 24-hour race is open to pre-1990 sports and GT cars with 2, 3 or 4 drivers per car.

“All cars from your Thundersports Trophy can enter this event. The date is away from any of yours to avoid from clashes,” said Laurent.

Put forward by Eric Van de Vyver’s V de V Sports, this edition of the comeback will be receiving logistical support from HVM Racing, the official promoter of historic events for the FFSA, while Laure Van de Vyver is in charge of its general coordination.

With registrations only open since December, the entry list already includes around 20 confirmed crews, while around 50 others are currently being set up or finalising their budget.

“We have decided to accept a large selection of different types of cars for the ‘2 Tours d’Horloge’ in order to gather the maximum number of cars on track. The youngest cars accepted will be 30 years old in 2020.

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