Masters Endurance Legends caters for all cars that were eligible to enter the major endurance racing events from 1995 -2012 inclusive. With Prototype and GT race cars from this period featuring at Europe’s premier venues, this gives a home to the huge number of cars in existence.
Masters Endurance Legends aims to attract all cars that were eligible to enter the Le Mans 24 Hours or any of its feeder series (FIA Sports Car Championship, IMSA, Sports Racing World Cup, International Sports Racing Series, FIA World Endurance Championship, LMES, ELMS, ALMS, ILMC) between 1995-2012 inclusive. Hybrid cars are not eligible.
The series is split into three main eras of cars; 1995-1999, 2000-2005 and 2006-2012. Each era is also split into four categories for Prototype 1, Prototype 2, GT1 & GT2 in order to cater for the differing types of cars, giving everyone an opportunity to race for awards.
More information on eligibility and 2020 regulations can be found on the Masters Historic Racing website: www.mastershistoricracing.com