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The club aren't making a special visit here but its well worth attending if you can. Officially the UK’s fastest growing classic car show and hailed the ‘friendliest of car shows’, the Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show, with Discovery, truly is Spring’s best classic car show. Taking place in March, this year's show attracted over 28,000 visitors across 3 days, and brought together all aspects of classic motoring. Walking through the halls, visitors were greeted by cars of all marques in…Find out more »
MGs of all ages are welcome at this annual event. There will be action on Test Hill, a Concours d’Elegance and a cavalcade on the Mercedes-Benz World circuit. Parking for MGs only on the Museum site - access through the Campbell Gate off Brooklands Road (the B374). (Meeting: 10.00 am Petersfield lakes car park) (Advanced booking form available)Find out more »
Sunday 28th April is designated as Drive It Day. The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs arranges this event to encourage us all to get our classic cars out for the start of the season. We are not organising an event ourselves but suggest members join one of the many other events being organised locally. These include: Sadcase Bicester Heritage Sunday Scramble British Marques Day at BrooklandsFind out more »
Celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, the Spring Autojumble is perfect for those with an existing project looking for parts, looking for your next project and of course motoring enthusiasts. £10 for the day or £17 for the WeekendFind out more »
Crystal Palace is one of the oldest motorsport venues in the world and, since it staged its first motor race, back in 1899, it’s played host to some fantastic battles involving some of the sport’s greatest names. From its early days as an improvised venue for enthusiasts, through the 1920s and 1930s when huge crowds came to cheer on the local Glaziers motorcycle speedway team, right up until the circuit closed in 1972, Crystal Palace really was ‘London’s Own Circuit’.…Find out more »