One of the most famous forms of motorsport is called the historical racing. While the contemporary auto racing is focused with the use of modern machinery and innovations, historic motor racing is considered the reverse.
Hence, this type of automobile racing is less likely sponsored and doesn’t involved politics. Historical racing events is limited and regulated by organizers allowing only hobbyist racers owning autos of a particular era.
With historical racing, the only modern gear or equipment permitted to be used is for the purpose of timing and safety measures. Moreover, the most notable events falling on this category of motor sports racing are Great Britain’s Goodwood Revival and Goodwood Festival of Speed, as well as United States’ Monterey Historic.
The so called notable championships of historic motorsport sort from Austin Seven auto racing to the Historic Formula One formerly Thoroughbred Grand Prix, which is mainly focused on the typical chassis of Formula One. On the other hand, the prominent historical racing series are the Historic Formula One Champ, Classic Endurance Racing, Historic Ferrari Challenge, and Orwell SuperSports Cup.