|Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix 2004
31 july 2004
For the second year running, a team of motor racing enthusiasts hosted a Grand Prix for classic cars in the heart of Copenhagen.
The little group of people took over from HMS (Historisk Motor Sport) two years ago and moved the venue to its present location around the Fælled Park by the FCK football arena.
Back in 1996 Copenhagen was European City of Culture and the Copenhagen Classic Car Cup (CCCC) was run for the first time, and since then it has evolved into this annual CHGP.
Anton Norup - Photos
Claus Larsen - Spectator
Per Einarsson - Photos and video
|Claus Larsen and Per Einarsson in front of an Alfa Romeo 2000 GTAm replica||This swedish woman raced the Lotus 25 and breast-fed her baby between races!|
|The 500cc Cooper on the left is braking much to late on the asphalt-rubble in T4||The car crashes into the concrete barrier, the race is red-flaged and the driver is taken to hospital|
|Yes please, take me to Nürburgring!||F1 paddock with five formula one cars from 1986-1990 and an Indy racer from 1998|
|A lotus F3 car stipped to its bare spaceframe||A Cooper T52 F3 car|
|Newest acquisition of Per Wistofte; a very nice Giulietta Sprint. Not very fast, however||Scuderia Alfaspecialisten. Herluf Jensen's Giulia 1600 ti on the right|
|An Alfa Romeo dealership had prepared a standard-tune 156 2.0||Wonderful Ford Escort BDA in Tom Belsø-colours|
|Mads Gravlund's GTAm replica was raced by HRH Prince Joakim in the All-stars class||Buzzing italian V8s in the Nordic Ferrari Challenge|
|Daniele Dezzi dented a front wing in the unforgiving and tihgt street-track||Kaj Bertelsen got sideways in T2 and hit the concrete barrier with his lovely Ferrari 275 GTB|
|Jørgen Klitholm in the beautiful yellow Spider||Huge fun - Detroit iron on full throttle and full drift|
|Herluf Jensen in the 1600 Giulia||Mads Gravlunds ex-championship winning GTAm replica shows its excelent balance|
|Daniele Dezzi tries to keep up with Brian Stoltze's blue Mustang||A beautifully liveried Giulia|
|An immaculate Volvo P1800 ful-injected engine||On the way back to Funen we spotted this japanese Scania Vabis replica - LOL|