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The London Classic Car Show kicks off today at 16.30 from London’s Excel. We take a look at what is in store for 2019:
The 2019 Historic Sporting Trials season got off to a cracking start last weekend with a record entry of 65 competitors at Sywell. The day turned into a good old fashioned “mud plug” from the 1950/1960’s!
Once again the Parisian Classic motorshow masterpiece confirmed itself as the world’s leading indoor show of its kind, glittering as the central jewel of what has become ‘Paris fashion week’ for old cars.
Motor Racing Legends the organising club for the AMOC Racing Team has shaken up the race formats for 2019 to include amendments to the AMOC Intermarque Championship class structure, running the Aston Martin GT4 Challenge as a stand-alone series once again, and re-introducing the Innes Ireland Cup for pre-’66 GT cars but limited to 3000cc.
The 2019 Donington Historic Festival promises to be the most action-packed yet and the time table is out! Fifteen grids will take to the track across 18 races.
After weeks of speculation, Goodwood is pleased to announce the first names racing at the 77th Members’ Meeting on 6-7 April. Together, these drivers hold a total of 31 overall and class wins at the Le Mans 24 Hours, making them the undisputed legends of La Sarthe....
This summer’s Silverstone Classic will celebrate Bentley’s 100th birthday with a very special anniversary race dedicated to honouring the illustrious British marque’s most significant historical milestone.
Bringing in the New Year in fine style, the first Bicester Heritage Sunday Scramble open day of 2019 welcomed over 7,000 visitors among an incredible mix of machinery.
Cars owned by both screen and rock legends will go under the hammer at the Coys Interclassics Maastricht Auction in Netherlands which takes place on Friday and Saturday (Jan 11th and 12th).
The UK’s largest New Year’s Day gathering of classic vehicles which is held at Brooklands Museum on January 1st every year broke its previous record with just over 7,900 people attending throughout the day.
Report from the 750 Motor Club joint “modern” and historic sporting trial near Petersfield on 29th December.
Buckle up for fascinating talks on intrepid motoring adventures, pioneering aviators and iconic machinery with Beaulieu’sspring programme of National Motor Museum lectures.