To race in the 2018 Le Mans Classic in Group C Racing entrants must have taken part in two qualifying races.
In order to improve driver safety even further they will have to take part in two qualifying rounds before racing in the 2018 Le Mans Classic. This requirement can be meet in the context of meetings organised by Historic Sportscar Racing (Daytona Classic, Sebring 12-Hours Classic) or events on the Peter Auto calendar. Common regulations have been adopted by both organisers.
The Group C regulations, in force between 1982 and 1994, led to the production of legendary cars that wrote some of the most glorious pages in the history of the Le Mans 24 Hours and the Sports Car World Endurance Championship. The Group Cs are modern looking with their fighter pilot-like cockpits, doors in elytron and their huge rear wings, and they still exert an incredible fascination on all generations of fans with performances that are close to those of the current crop of LM P prototypes as their top speed is way north of 300 km/h!