Fahrergemeinschaft Historischer Rennsport (FHR)

From drivers to drivers


With around 600 members and around 300 active drivers, the FHR is Europe’s largest racing club in historical motorsport.

The FHR – Driver Community of Historical Racing e.V. sees itself as a representative of the active participants in races with historic vehicles. From GT and touring cars to prototypes and pre-war racers to formula cars. We are committed to a stable and fair set of rules and to ensure that the interests of the teams and drivers have an impact on the motorsport authorities, racetracks and organisers. But we also want the spectator to be able to see the beautiful, historic vehicles where they belong: on the race track.


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We give historical racing a foundation.

  • International racetracks – we are at home on all race tracks in Central Europe

  • German Historical Automobile Championship – The DMSB, in cooperation with the FHR, advertises the title “DHAM”.

  • From drivers to drivers – The principle of our work


1. Director
Prof. Dr. Alexander Kolb
2. Director
Michael Thier
+49 171 5104881
Piero Siragna
+41 44 7931661
 Sports director
Lothar Panten
+49 9778 9211
 Regulations and technology
Dennis Rönz
Anna Weil

In 1983, the Fahrergemeinschaft Historischer Rennsport (FHR) was founded in Haiger by a dedicated group of active motorsport enthusiasts. In the following years, historical motorsport has contributed significantly and made it more and more popular over the years. “From driver to driver” – this preamble to the FHR is a key principle for our work. In no other branch of motorsport is there such a direct influence of the active on their sport – not least thanks to the efforts of the FHR over the past two decades.

The FHR now includes the majority of active drivers who play sports with historic automobiles. More than 700 members document the importance of this driver community also to organizers and institutions. Since 30 November 2000, the FHR has been organised under the umbrella of the ADAC North Rhine-Westphalia. In addition, she is represented by associations and organizers in important committees of the German Motorsport Federation (DMSB), the ADAC.

Under the auspices of the FHR, racing series are organised in accordance with Annex K of the FIA’s International Motorsport Regulations. Here, basics are defined that guarantee a fair race and do not turn a historic racing car into a modern one. This has proved its worth in the past, ensuring that these races remain a feast for spectators and that vehicles are preserved in their original form and technique.


Our racing series

All racing series are aligned according to FIA Appendix K.

Enrollment for all series

Click here for the series-wide enrollment for the current season

Enrollment via RaceManager
Enrollment via PDF form

Calendar for all series

Here you can see all events of this season in a practical overview.

26. - 27.02.2021Trackday GrobnikAutodrom GrobnikHTGT, HEC, AGDT, 100MT, TWC
21.03.2021FHR - EinstellfahrtNürburgring Grand-PrixHTGT, HEC, AGDT, 100MT, TWC
16. - 18.04.2021Preis der Stadt StuttgartHockenheimringHTGT, HEC
07. - 09.05.2021Bosch Hockenheim HistoricHockenheimringAGDT, 100MT, TWC
21. - 23.05.2021Nürburgring-ClassicNürburgring Grand-PrixHTGT, HEC, AGDT, 100MT, TWC
03. - 06.06.202124h-ClassicNürburgring NordschleifeHEC
11. - 13.06.2021Motorsport Festival SalzburgringSalzburgringTWC
16. - 18.07.2021HGP ZandvoortZandvoort100MT, AGDT, TWC
17.07.2021Youngtimer Race FestivalSPA FrancochampsHTGT, HEC
06. - 08.08.2021Schloss DyckSchloss DyckTWC
13. - 15.08.202149. AvD-Oldtimer-Grand-PrixNürburgring Grand-PrixAGDT, 100MT, HTGT, HEC, TWC
10. - 12.09.2021DEKRA LausitzringLausitzringTWC
17. - 19.09.2021ADAC 1000 Km - RennenNürburgring NordschleifeHEC, AGDT, HTGT
01. - 03.10.2021RGB / ADAC Saisonfinale 2021Nürburgring Grand-PrixHTGT, HEC, AGDT
29. - 30.10.2021FHR-NordschleifeNürburgring GesamtHEC

FHR News

Champions 2020

25. October 2020|

The winners of the FHR 2020 have been announced: DHAM - German Historical Automobile Championship 1st place Jochen Wilms / Christian Dannesberger Alfa Romeo GT-Am 3rd place Kersten Jodexnis Porsche 911 S/R Dunlop A Gentle Drivers [...]

Trackday – Thursday before OGP

1. August 2020|

We host a trackday afternoon on Thursday 6 August from 13:00 to 17:00. For formula cars we offer the possibility to drive (open db) from 17:00 to 17:30 loud. Cost: Closed vehicles the afternoon until 17:00 [...]

AvD Historic Marathon 2020

22. February 2020|

Revival of the AvD Historic Marathon Once more than 140 historic GTs and touring cars roamed the Nordschleife!   A small look back to 1965: Before the GP of Germany at the Nürburgring, where Jim Clark [...]

Trackday 2020

20. February 2020|

NEW TERMIN May 24, 2020   On 24.05.2020 our popular FHR-Trackday will take place again at the Nürburgring GP course. In order to do justice to  our Formula drivers, we have 3 Formula Slots [...]

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Deutsche Historische Automobil-Meisterschaft

The DMSB, in cooperation with the FHR, advertises the title “German Historical Automobile Master”.

All riders who have registered for the “Dunlop Endurance Cup” and/or  the “FHR HTGT for the Dunlop Trophy” are eligible for this DMSB (Level 1) award. The rider who has achieved the highest score of all predicate races will be awarded the title.

All races of the HEC or the HTGT are admitted to the DHAM. The six best races of a driver are ranked.

Download DHAM Results

FHR Results Lists

All results and time lists can be downloaded here as PDF. To view the points and championship standings, click on the desired race series:

HEC Points
HTGT Points
AGDT Points
100MT points
GLP Points

FHR Press

FHR Newsletter

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