Silverstone Classic announce that the summer’s three-day festival – originally scheduled for the weekend of 31 July to the 2 August – has been cancelled
Hero the Historic Endurance Rally Organiser have stepped up to create a number of different programmes enabling the rally community to raise money for The NHS Charities Together Appeal. during this difficult time.
Rally the Globe recently announced an innovative and exciting new calendar of future events for happier times once the current COVID-19 crisis has passed.
This year’s classic Motorsport season has all gone to pot, we bring you all the updates, we are adding new and rescheduled dates here as and when they are announced.
Watch the highlights of Rally the Globe’s spectacular Southern Cross Safari which delivered an epic 2,000-mile (3,600km) driving adventure through East Africa.
Classic and vintage car restoration specialist Thornley Kelham is undertaking its most challenging project yet; a complete nut-and-bolt concours-standard restoration of a rare Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 SS
The Morgan Motor Company has built the first of its limited-run Plus 4 70th Anniversary Edition models. The four cars, the first of just 20 examples to be built, were completed at Morgan’s factory in Malvern Link, UK, last week.
This Saturday, Classic Car Auctions will be holding their first virtual sale and included are cars with celebrity provenance from Rowan Atkinson CBE, Jamiroquai frontman Jay Kay and TV presenter Mike Brewer.
Our wonderful NHS has been recruiting for volunteers to help transporting patients, supplies and delivering to those isolated by the current Pandemic.
If you are missing your footy, do not despair, you can now buy the custom-painted gold (mmmm nice) Aston Martin DB7, first owned by Man Utd’s former Captain, Roy Keane, which is now up for sale on Auto Trader for a cool £23,950.
Rally the Globe’s spectacular Southern Cross Safari delivered not only an epic 2,000-mile (3,600km) driving adventure through East Africa but also a surprise, last-gasp pre-War winner.
Despite the global pandemic you will be amazed to hear, some classic car events have still gone ahead, we bring you news that the AXA Sydney Harbour Concours d’Elegance powered by Ferrari, defied torrential rain on their opening day to put on a successful and spectacular concours on March 5th -7th.