Join all the action as the mother of Danish motorsports, Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix, is back at Bellahøj this coming weekend.

The annual Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix is a highly entertaining sports event for the whole family.

Watch all the impressive classic cars on and off the races. The Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix is a great opportunity for parents to show their kids how cars looked like when mom and dad (or even grandma and granddad) were young.

Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix has His Royal Highness Prince Joachim as a patron and the Danish 9 time Le Mans winner Tom Kristensen as an ambassador, and they both participate in the traditional Royal Pro/Am race. This race is definitely one of the highlights of the weekend, where international professionals compete with talented amateurs in a race of honour and winning the trophy.

Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix attracts around 30.000 people who enjoys the smell, the sound and the sight of the 200 participating cars.

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The Track

Within a week the busy streets at Bellahøj in Copenhagen are transformed into a unique race track with run-off areas, grand stands, pits and an amusements area for the whole family.
The race will be held on closed roads and it’s a 2,6 km long and 8-15 meters wide course laid out especially for the annual Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix. Find the detailed track map here.

Buy your tickets here:

Tickets start at DKK 315,-. Children under 14 years may accompany their parents with the same rights as the adult’s ticket. So if the adult has purchased a grandstand ticket, the child will have free access to the grand stand as well.

When: Saturday August 1st and Sunday August 2nd 2015

Official website:

Where: Hvidkildevej 63, 2400 Bellahøj, Copenhagen



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