The Historic Grand Prix of Zandvoort got off to a flying start today, Friday 2 September 2016 with free practice and qualifying for most racing groups. Among the spectacle was a lunchtime series of demonstration laps by the Porsche Museum, and a gaggle of modern F1 cars.
The oldest of the F1 cars being demonstrated was perhaps the most significant – the Brabham-Repco BT24, Denny Hulme’s 1967 car. With David Brabham at the whell it was quite a sight to see in action.
Here’s just a few photos from the day’s action:
All photos taken by Charles Rogers / Historic Racing Australia.