You must reach Level 3 in order to enter any of the races in the European Classic Car Championship. In addition, the following restrictions apply to your choice of car:
|Nationality|| British, French, German, Italian,
Dutch, Spanish, Belgian, Swedish
This is a difficult event to choose a car for. Your main opponents include a quite heavily tuned Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale '63, a prize car not awarded until B-spec Festival Italia in the Amateur Series. At level 3, there is nothing suitable in the New Car Dealerships that meets the entry criteria.
In the used car dealerships, there's surprisingly little in the way of suitable cars. You may occasionally stumble upon the Jaguar E-TYPE Coupe '61, which with minor tuning will be able to handle the event.
Otherwise, if you leave the event until you reach level 8, the Ferrari 512BB '76 found in the Ferrari Dealership is eligible for entry, and would be re-usable in future events like Festival Italia and Supercar Nostalgia in the Amateur series. Another option if you're willing to wait - you will eventually need a Lambo Gallardo for the Trofeo Gallardo Series in A-Spec Expert, so buy this car to race the Lambo Exclusive series in A-spec Professional, where the prize car will be a '74 Countach.
The event consist of two individual races:
|Track||Circuto de Madrid - Mini||Cote d'Azur|
In this event, prize money is awarded for placing in the following positions in a race:
Cars obtained for getting Gold Trophies (i.e. finishing first) in all two races are as follows. Note that each car will only be awarded once, so be mindful of this if you choose to sell.
|Volkswagen Kubelwagen typ82 ‘44||Fiat 500 F '65|