Classic Races

Classic Races

Classic Races turns back the clock and takes viewers on an exciting voyage through time to the most famous races in the world like the The Pikes Peak Hill Climb, Argentina Road Grand Prix and many more. Classic Races presents the most legendary races in the history of motorsports and provides viewers with original footage from the gripping race action and the epic road battles of those days.

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  • Porsche Carrera Cup 1990

    1990 saw the launch of the inaugural season of the fastest brand trophy in the world: the Porsche Carrera Cup. The new Carrera 2 Cup Coupe with an output of 265 hp generated by a powerful 6-cylinder double-piston engine and 35 hot-blooded, ambitious race drivers made for the juciest racing tale in the world.

    Today 14:55 - 15:25

  • Mercedes Races Again 1954/55

    In 1954, after more than 20 years of abstinence, Mercedes returns to Grand Prix racing. With a lot of engagement, advanced engineering and with the best Grand-Prix-drivers of the world, Mercedes wanted to be enjoy success in motorsports again.

    25.08.2022 21:00 - 22:00

  • Le Mans 1952

    1952. Start of the legendary 24 hour endurance race at Le Mans. A race steeped in history. The Mercedes returns to the famous circuit after 22 years. And Ferrari uses factory works team cars for the first time.

    01.09.2022 21:05 - 21:35

  • German Touring Championship 1995

    Exciting, brutal and thrilling. The 1995 German Touring Car Championships. And with powerful races - also successful on the international stage. Mercedes driver Bernd Schneider dominated and won the title.

    08.09.2022 19:00 - 19:25

  • Quattro - Victory of an Idea

    With the launch of the four-wheel drive 'Quattro', Audi changed the rally word. Advanced engineering not only changed the drivability of the rally cars, but also confronted the drivers with new problems.

    15.09.2022 18:30 - 19:25

  • Indy 500 1994

    The Indy 500 is one of the world's most spectacular motor races in the world. Watched by a huge number of people, this motorsports event doesn't fail to impress at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

    22.09.2022 18:30 - 18:55

  • Rallye Argentina 1997

    In the dusty winding road in the Andes Mountains the rallye was based on the city of cordoba. Spectators whether on horseback or on foot thrown into the 23 stages over 3 days.

    29.09.2022 18:35 - 19:00

  • Rallye Year 1972 - A Ford Success Story

    The international championship for manufacturers was a rally series which ran from 1970 to 1972. Car manufacturers such as Porsche, Renault and Ford all took part, with Ford having an exceptionally successful year in 1972

  • Can-Am Series 1973

    You are looking at a Group 7 sports racer. Built with a few restrictions regarding engine, chassis or body, these cars are considered to be the unlimiteds of road racing cars. Traditionally they had been powered by Chevrolet engines of up to 510 cubic inches in size and producing around 750 horsepower. Since 1967 the Canadian American Challenge Cup Series for Group 7 cars has been dominated by the orange machines of the powerful McLaren Team.

  • 1000 km Race Nurburgring 1984

    Nuerburgring one of the world´s classic race circuits set on'. germany Eifel mountains. But time has changed. The historic 22 kilometers has been ' off and a modern clinical 4,5 kilometer race track has taken its place. For the past year'. have planed the land and financiers have '. 20 million pounds into 'Der neue Nuerburgring' this was a scene last year 1.000 kilometers.

  • Rallye Portugal 1997

    After the hot dusty planes of Africa the series returned to Europe for the fourth round. The first real gravel rally of the year. Based in the seaside resort of forget a davos the 1997 rallye of Portugal visited some countries picturesque locations.

  • Rallye Corsica 1997

    Round six of the FIA World Rally Championship was held on the Mediterranean island of Corsica. With its narrow, twisty mountain roads. 1997 was the 41st running of the tour de course. Based in the island´s capital at Ajaccio, the three day event included over two hundred kilometers of new stages.

  • Rallye Sport 1983

    1983 - Audi introduced the Quattro drive and with it, brought a new dimension to rally racing. The races became harder and more brutal. The strain on drivers, vehicles and mechanics is sometimes limitless.

  • Rallye Munich - Marrakesh 1990

    Difficult conditions over 5.000 kilometres. Extreme heat and treacherous water hazards, require everything from the amateur rally drivers.

  • Rallye Sport 1984

    1984. The rally professionals and Drift-artists, Hannu Mikkola, Walter Röhrl, Björn Waldegaard, Marku Alen and the rally- Amazon, Michele Mouton, fighting fiercly in Europe and Africa for the World Championship title.

  • German Touring Championship 1992

    The 1992 German Touring Car Championship is one of the most important racing series in German motorsport for sure. It's hard, merciless and well known for its die-hard battles between the ruthless competitors.

  • BMW Motorsport 1976

    In 1976, the 3-liter BMW CSL was one of the dream cars of BMW Motorsports history in the 70's. It won numerous championships. BMW was also very successful with other models in motorsport.

  • German Touring Championship 1993

    Tough, fierce battles and always exciting: In 1993 the 'German Touring Championship' was already in the year 1993 was considered one of the best touring-car-series in the world. With Alfa Romeo, a new manufacturer took part in the championship.

  • The Rallye World Championship 1982

    The African continent is always a difficult terrain for rally drivers. That wasn't any different for the 1982 World Rally Championship, when heat, dust, mud and hardly passable routes posed major challenges for drivers, co-drivers and engines.

  • The Golden Age of Rallying

    Heart racing, heavy breathing, the goal in sight... the chequered flag. Classic Races highlights the most memorable moments of motor sport history.