Luigi Musso Historic Grand Prix 20th - 21st October
Qualifying Session One
Qualifying Session Two
Race report courtesy of Dailysportscar.net
Article printed in Autosport Oct 25th 2012, reproduced courtesy of Autosport:
The grand finale of the historic racing season was the 2nd Luigi Musso Historic Grand Prix. The Racetrack on Santerno River’s bank hosted again the most beautiful cars which made the motorsport history. The event featured Boss GP, HGPCA pre-1966 series, Trofeo Giunti, Alfa Revival Cup, the F3 Historic Cup, Campionato Italino Autostoriche, Challenge Formule Storiche and the final race of the season for Group C/GTP Racing.
Once again we were blessed with glorious sunshine throughout the weekend with great racing and a fantastic track.
On behalf of Group C I would particularly like to thank the organising team of Gruppo Peroni and Giulio Rizzo for inviting us to the Luigi Musso Historic Grand Prix and for looking after us so well. We very much look forward to working with them again in the future.
Fastest Qualifying laps went to:
C1 – Steve Tandy/Joe Osborne (Nissan R90CK) – 1m40.090
C2 – Mike Donovan (Spice SE88C) – 1m41.707
Below are the Group C winners from the weekend in C1 and C2...
Congratulations to winners of the Race on Sunday in C1 –
1st Henrik Lindberg – Porsche 962 (Entrant: LINDBERG Eyeware)
2nd Russell Kempnich – Porsche 956
3rd Richard Bateman – Spice SE90
Congratulations to winners of the Race on Sunday in C2 –
1st Mike Donovan – Spice SE88C
2nd Tommy Dreelan/Aaron Scott – Spice SE86
2nd Adrian Watt – Argo JM19C
Fastest Laps in the Race went to:
Steve Tandy/ Joe Osborne (Nissan R90CK) in C1 with a 1m39.393
Mike Donovan (Spice SE88C) in C2 with a 1m42.190
A massive thank you to all of you who attended the Luigi Musso Historic Gran Prix and despite a smaller grid than usual for making it such a great success, WELL DONE EVERYONE!
We had lots of great comments from the organisers and enthusiasts over the weekend, all of whom expressed how good it was to see the Group C cars at the Autodromo “Enzo e Dino Ferrari” circuit in Imola.