Greg has been named the 2018 Pre-1978 FIA Masters Historic F1 Champion! Making him a two-time world champion!    Even after the Championship win, we are still racing! Suzuka next week, Sebring in 4and east London in South Africa in 5 weeks

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Welcome to the home of Titan Historic Racing and 2-time Masters Historic F1 world champion  (2013 & 2018) Greg Thornton. This is the best place to find all the results, news and updates from the world of Titan Historic. We have a wide range of historic race cars spanning from the tin top Ford Mustang to F5000’s and Historic Formula 1 Cars.

Greg Thornton our Lead Driver and team principal is was crowned a two time FIA Masters Historic Formula 1 World Champion this year. Greg has won the FIA Masters Historic Formula 1 World Championship in both the post and pre 1978 classes. 

Our Famous car collection is full of many cars with a rich history which you can find in our Car Garage. Our cars travel all the way around the world with us racing in beautiful circuits in England, Spain, Holland, Germany, South Africa, Australia. For the past couple of years, we have also been racing in the support races of the American and Mexican Grand Prixs.

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Greg Officially Becomes a 2 Times World Champion

Greg was Officially named as the Pre-78 2018 Masters Formula One champion. this week after a very impressive and consistent season. This makes Greg a two-time FIA Masters Historic Champion winning the Post-1978 championship in 2013 and the Pre 1978 championship this year (2018). Greg is the only driver to win both class championships.

Greg won the championship using two different cars, the famous Lotus 77 of Mario Andretti which won 5 Grand Prix in period and featured in the film Rush. Unfortunately, the Lotus 77 was put out of action after winning the British Grand Prix support race on the cool down lap by another car out of control! However, thanks to a Lotus teammate Katsu Kubota Greg was able to complete the season using Katsu March 761.

Greg finished the season on 102 points, 41 points ahead of second place Jason Wright and wrap the championship a week early so didn’t need to attend the Dijon Weekend.

Overall it was a great season for Greg and Classic Team Lotus finishing the championship with 7 wins, 11 fastest laps and 2 weekends with maximum points.

Find the full season review in our news section here: Greg Officially Becomes World Champion Again!