Motor Racing Programme Covers

Latest Additions

25/02/2017
Virginia International Raceway, 19/04/1964
Virginia International Raceway, 1964
25/02/2017
Virginia International Raceway, 04/10/1964
Virginia International Raceway, 1964
25/02/2017
Virginia International Raceway, 27/10/2002
Virginia International Raceway, 2002
25/02/2017
Virginia International Raceway, 05/10/2003
Virginia International Raceway, 2003
25/02/2017
Virginia International Raceway, 29/04/2007
Virginia International Raceway, 2007
25/02/2017
Virginia International Raceway, 10/06/2007
Virginia International Raceway, 2007
25/02/2017
Virginia International Raceway, 06/11/2011
Virginia International Raceway, 2011
24/02/2017
Snetterton Circuit, 22/05/1960
Snetterton Circuit, 1960

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On This Day in History

Daytona Beach Road Course, 26/02/1956
26/02/1956
Daytona Beach Road Course
Mansfield (TX), 26/02/1956
26/02/1956
Mansfield (TX)
Palm Springs, 26/02/1956
26/02/1956
Palm Springs
Daytona International Speedway, 26/02/1961
26/02/1961
Daytona International Speedway
Riverside International Raceway (CA), 26/02/1961
26/02/1961
Riverside International Raceway (CA)
Daytona International Speedway, 26/02/1967
26/02/1967
Daytona International Speedway
Sandown Raceway, 26/02/1967
26/02/1967
Sandown Raceway
Oran Park Raceway, 26/02/1972
26/02/1972
Oran Park Raceway

See 8 more covers on this day in history.

About

Since 1998 this project has existed to form the ultimate collection of motor racing programme covers, scanned from official race day programmes. Today there are 23,337 covers listed from 1,520 motor racing tracks in 67 countries, and counting

Whether your interests lie with art and design, history, or motor racing, you will be fascinated by the wide array of covers on show.

The Motor Racing Programme Covers Project is reliant on contributions and simply wouldn't be the archive it is without them. Please help fill the gaps by sending cover scans to Malcolm Mitchell.

See Press Coverage for instances of such.

Sister Project

The Hydroplane site is the water-borne equivalent. Besides a library of covers it also has well written and illustrated history and facts sections.

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