As the start of the 2024 racing season draws closer entries are now open for the second and third rounds of the F2 Classic Interseries from the Historic Sports Car Club.

The new look F2 Classic Interseries is a continuation of the close partnership between the HSCC and French promoter HVM Racing. The race series for pre-1979 Formula 2 and Formula Atlantic cars is one of Europe’s leading historic single seater categories.

The action starts at the Grand Prix de France Historique at Paul Ricard (April 19-21) which is a flagship event in the HVM calendar and entries should be placed direct with HVM. Then, the series moves north to Zandvoort for the Historic Grand Prix (June 14-16) followed by the Legends of Brands Hatch Superprix (July 13-14). Entries for Zandvoort and Brands Hatch are being managed by the HSCC and both events are now available to enter online via the HSCC website.

After Brands Hatch, the stellar season takes in the Silverstone Festival at the end of August and the Spa Six Hours meeting at the end of September. Each race weekend will feature a qualifying session of 20 minutes and two races of 25 minutes for each category.

Andy Dee-Crowne, CEO of the HSCC said: “The new look F2 Classic Interseries looks set for a great season and we are delighted to be running the series in partnership with our friends at HVM Racing. Entries are already coming in well for the HVM Paul Ricard event and we have now opened entries for both Zandvoort and our own HSCC Brands Hatch meeting in July. We look forward to continuing the high quality of Historic Formula 2 racing that we have seen over recent seasons.”

All cars must comply with FIA Appendix K and have a valid Historic Technical Passport (HTP). There is also an invitation class for cars where HTPs have been applied for and their application registered for an HTP, which will be reviewed annually. Cars will be invited at the sole discretion of the organisers. Cars which are of historical significance but which cannot be issued an HTP may also be invited at the sole discretion of the organisers.