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A Wonderful 7 Day Tour to the Grand Prix de l'Age D'Or incorporating the Route des Grands Crus, the region’s most famous wine route. Grand Prix de l’Age d’Or celebrates its 54th anniversary and its 14th on the famous Dijon-Prenois circuit, which has been given a major revamp and is now one of the best know tracks in France.

Since 2014 the Grand Prix de l’Age d’Or is back in the hands of its former promoter, Peter Auto, whose aim is to apply the experience it has acquired in its benchmark events like Spa Classic and Le Mans Classic. Events at the Grand Prix de l'Age d'Or include; Classic Endurance Racing, Formula Junior, Group C Racing, Heritage Touring Cup, HGPCA1 and 2, Sixties Endurance and Trofeo Nastro Rosso.


"This is our second trip to this event, we really enjoy it as it is not over crowded and the racing is superb. All of our group enjoyed the track laps and the circuit is brilliant. We'll certainly be coming back again".  Regards, Susan PCGB.


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7 Day Driving Tour

From £849.00 Per Person

What’s Included

• Return P&O Ferry Crossing from Dover to Calais

(other crossings available on request)

• 1 Night at the Hotel du Golf, Chamouille in each direction

• 4 Nights at the Holiday Inn Dijon Toison d'Or

• Continental Buffet Breakfast each morning

• 2 Dinners (on both of the overnight stops overnight)

• Dijon to Beaune - Route des Grand Crus Rally (Friday)

• Admission to the Grand Prix de l'Age d'Or on Sat & Sun

• Optional Parade Laps (Approx. 20 minutes) - £tbc

• Detailed Roadbook featuring Maps, Event Information and Great Drives including the Route des Grand Crus

• Commemorative Tour Rally Plate

• Complimentary Car Parking at the Hotels

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The Route des Grands Crus (Wine Route) passes through the most prestigious part of Burgundy's vineyards, between Dijon and Beaune then on to Santenay. Here you'll discover 38 picturesque wine villages of the Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune, wineries, and beautiful countryside over a length of 60km. The first part of the route follows an axis parallel to the former N74 road, newly renamed the D974. This prestigious Côte de Nuits contains a string of the greatest red wines in the world, including 24 of Burgundy’s 33 grands crus (Romanée-Conti, Clos de Vougeot, Chambertin). After Corgoloin, it’s the Côte de Beaune region as far as the slopes of Maranges. The blessed land of Chardonnay producing the greatest dry white wines in the world, with Corton Charlemagne, the wines of Meursault, Montrachet.

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Pre-Book your Track Laps - £tbc Per 25 minute track lap session

Drive your own car around this legendary circuit. There are two sessions per day (Friday, Saturday & Sunday). Each session is for 25 minutes duration. There are two driving levels, the “beginner” session and the “skilled” session. The “beginner” session is ideal for those wishing to discover the track at moderate speed whereas the “skilled” session is perfect for those who wish to drive a little faster. Only eligible cars are accepted for track laps (see below). There will be a pace car in operation for both "beginner" or "skilled" sessions. These are not competitive laps and you will be taking your car on to the circuit at your own risk.


Please note: Only certain classic and sports cars as well as all pre 1966 cars are eligible for track laps, however, they must either have a roll cage or hard roof installed. Open top and soft top cars will NOT be granted access to the track. Helmets are mandatory for all passengers in all vehicles.  


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