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Fahrergemeinschaft Historischer Rennsport (FHR)

From drivers to drivers

WHO ARE WE?

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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A STRONG COMMUNITY

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

ABOUT US

1. Speaker
Prof. Dr. Alexander Kolb
info@fhr-online.de
2. Speaker
Michael Thier
info@fhr-online.de
+49 171 5104881
Series
Piero Siragna
siragna@fhr-online.de
+41 44 7931661
 Head of Sport
Lothar Panten
panten@fhr-online.de
+49 9778 9211
 Regulations and technology
Dennis Rönz
info@fhr-online.de
 Treasurer
Anna Weil
info@fhr-online.de

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.

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.

Your benefits as a member

With the annual fee of EUR 100,–   (young people up to 25 years pay € 60,–) you receive the following benefits of the FHR:

  • Free subscription to the magazine
    Motor Classic worth Euro 52.50

  • FHR setting trips at the beginning of the season at reduced nominal fees

  • Consultations in all technical and organisational matters of historical motorsport

  • Maintaining contacts among the active

  • Advice on vehicle procurement, equipment and driver’s clothing, etc.

  • Assistance and advice on applying for FIA car cards

  • Advice on the supply of spare parts

  • Insurance service and tour operator insurance

Our racing series

All racing series are aligned according to FIA Appendix K.

FHR Enrollment

Enrollment in the series can be made in the RaceManager. Alternatively, the PDF can be filled in and sent to us.

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Here you can find our FHR jackets, weekenders and much more.

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