The renowned concentration of classic cars and motorcycles returns to the Ricardo Tormo Circuit in Cheste. In its eighth edition of Racing Legends, which will be held on March 4 and 5, The Valencian track will focus on the memory of motorcycling from the 80s and 90s, with great guests of the time who will ride with their own mounts accompanied by all the fans who dare to live a weekend between engines. Jorge Martínez Aspar, Álex Crivillé, Carlos Checa, Sito Pons and Sete Gibernau They will be some of those present that weekend in Cheste, although with a clear protagonist: Jaime Alguersuari will be honored on Saturday, when he will be named Circuit legend.
During the two days of action, all those present will be able to witness a talk in which the legendary pilots who attend the event will participate. However, the main course will come in the great tribute that, in addition, will feature the participation of the former Formula 1 driver, Jaime Alguersuari, who could not miss this celebration in honor of his father. Spanish was part of the great circus Between 2009 and 2011, he participated in a total of 46 Grands Prix and scored 31 points at the controls of a Scuderia Toro Rosso car. He was champion of Formula Renault 2.0 and British Formula 3 and dominated the World Series by Renault when he made the leap to F1. Besides, He is still the third youngest driver to debut in the World Cup, with 19 years and only surpassed by Max Verstappen and Lance Stroll.
And this weekend Alguersuari will return to its beginnings. As part of the tribute, the former pilot will put himself in the hands of a World Series by Renault on loan from the Castellón team Porteiro Motorsport at the same time that his father will go out to the Valencian track with the Ossa Monocoque by Santi Herrero. In addition, during the weekend the usual massive parade on the same circuit with the renowned riders in front, followed by the caravan of fans who will go to Racing Legends with their own motorcycle, classic or not, could not be missing. The cars will also return to the event this weekend, which, in addition, will be able to roll on the track again. Classic car owners will have the opportunity to exhibit their cars from before 1993 and to participate in the parade of classic cars and trucks scheduled for this eighth edition. Tickets to attend the event are for sale from €13 for the day or €20 for the weekend pass. Children under 13 years of age have free access.