08 - 11 Oct 2015
All Day


Thursday 8th October – The Thomas Smith Hillclimb, Mellieha

A stand alone event that gives the competitors a chance to properly, shake down their vehicles in preparation for the Mdina races over the weekend. Set outside the picturesque village of Mellieha, the competitors will have to tackle the ‘Ta’ Pennellu Hill, a fast 2.5 km stretch that with some ‘interesting’ bends and corners that will test the cars and the drivers’ attributes to the max.

4pm to 9m – The Thomas Smith Mellieha Hill Climb
9.30pm onwards – Reception at the Mellieha Belvedere

Friday 9th October “Le Concours d’Elegance.”- Cathedral Square, Mdina

The Mdina Glass Concours d’Elegance has become the premier such Concours in Malta. The organizers will be inviting selected car collectors to bring out some true automotive gems and put them on display at the unique venue that is the city of Mdina. Visitors will be able to feast their eyes on rare and fine examples of what could be classified as nothing less than automotive art.

10.30am  – 12pm – The Mdina Glass Concourse D’Elegance
12pm to 2pm – Lunch at Palazzo De Piro
4pm onwards – Presentation

 Saturday 10th October 2015 – Mdina Circuit

The demanding 2.2 kilometre street circuit will see the race cars put through their paces on a track with a combination of tight bends, sweeping curves and inclines that wind their way through the valley below Mdina. Drivers have described the circuit as ‘simply awesome’. It is fast and exhilarating and the drivers just love this atmosphere.

Saturday morning includes two practice sessions to allow the drivers to acclimatize themselves with the circuit. The afternoon sees the cars let loose individually on the track so as to define the starting order for Sunday’s grid.

8.45am – Drivers’ briefing at the Paddock
9am – 12pm – Practice
1.30pm – 4pm – Qualifying
4pm – 5pm – Paddock is open to the general public

 Sunday 11th October 2015 – Mdina Circuit

Sunday. This is where the real racing kicks off. The cars are grouped into packs of 8 to 10 cars and set off around the circuit to provide a thrill for the drivers and spectators alike. The unforgiving nature of the circuit will bring out the very best of performance driving by both the drivers and their classic racing automobiles. A spectacle like no other. A chance for classic race-car owners to put their cars through their paces at a circuit in a unique location and a chance for spectators to feast their eyes on some examples of fine classic racing machinery going at speed around this fantastic circuit.

8.45am – Drivers’ briefing at the Paddock
9am – 12.30pm – Races
13.30 – 4pm – Races

For more information visit: vallettagrandprix.com