Historic Sportscar Racing (HSR) is coming to Florida’s Daytona International Speedway this weekend as the Daytona Historic Races presented by Brumos Porsche, scheduled for November 15-17, 2013 at the famed 12-turn, 3.56-mile track made up of portions of the NASCAR tri-oval and an infield road course.
Listen to your favorite engines wail at full song along the backstretch and high banking. Browse legendary classics in the expansive Daytona paddocks. Vintage racing has many banner events, but few tracks provide such a wide range of the vantage points as Daytona. The very name evokes images of the world’s greatest sports cars and drivers as well as daytime and nighttime competition.
The 2013 HSR Daytona races will see Hurley Haywood, Brian Redman and Jochen Mass commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Porsche 911, in addition to HSR’s wide array of sprint and endurance races. Off-track festivities include a 911 Concours and car corral.
More than just classic sports cars, HSR blends modern racing into their premier events by welcoming the Trans Am Series finale to Daytona. Both production-based (TA3) and full tube chassis (TA1 and TA2) Trans Am cars will compete for for top honors with reigning champion Simon Gregg defending his 2012 title.
Tickets are $30 per day or $55.00 for a weekend pass. For more details, visit DaytonaHistoricRaces.com.
[Source: HSR; photos: Louis Galanos]