Key to Events
= Events organised by others but where there will be a club presence. Plans may well change so please keep an eye on the club mag closer to the time or contact the named member or a member of the committee.
There are many of the following events that have been cancelled or postponed due to Covid 19 Coronavirus, whilst we are all disappointed everyones health must come first. We will do our best to keep the events list up to date however with the world changing daily this is difficult so please remember to check with event websites or organisers before going to see if an event is still going ahead!
A local driveout around London for more details please contact Lisa Bardsley on firstname.lastname@example.org
7th – 8th August
More details to come, we will be displaying at the Classics in the Park on Sunday. Contact Rod at email@example.com
Festival Italia is a celebration of all things Italian with a particular emphasis on the beauty and prowess of cars, bikes and motor racing legends. This Italian Festival at Brands Hatch gives you the chance to embrace Italian culture, while surrounded by the finest Ferraris, Maseratis, Fiats, Ducatis, Lancias, Abarths, Lamborghinis, Alfa Romeos, Aprilias and more. www.festivalitalia.com
We are having a club stand as part of this event, if you would like to join please contact Lisa Bardsley on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07770728235
MITCAR, British Motor Museum, Gaydon, Warwickshire, CV35 0BJ
Midlands Italian Car Day is a well-established annual show catering for all types of Italian cars. Supported by the major Italian car clubs, it is open to anyone who wants to bring along their Italian machine. More details at www.aroc-uk.com/eastmids/mitcar
21st – 22nd August
Classic & Performance Car Spectacular, Tatton Park, Knutsford, WA16 6QN
The Classic and Performance Car Spectacular is one of the UK’S most loved classic car shows, celebrating the golden age of motoring. Enthusiasts can view some of the finest cars ever made, with more than 2000 classics on site. There is something for everyone! More details at www.tattonclassiccarshow.com
Tewkesbury Classic Vehicle Festival, Tewkesbury School, GL20 8DF
Classic cars, supercars, hot rods, live music, organised by the Rotary Club. More details and to book your 500 in go to www.tewkesburycvf.org/exhibitors
27th – 29th August – Cancelled Club stand as not enough response from members
Camp CarFest South, Laverstoke Park Farm, RG25 3DR
As well as classic vehicles there will be a fun dog show, children’s rides, free vintage bus rides, trade stands, entertainment and a range of food and drink. This is a charity event and all profits will go to charity. The main beneficiary will be OXSRAD -Improving the mental health and wellbeing of all. It will open to the public at 9.30 am, so we ask all exhibitors to be in place by 9.00 am. We plan to finish around 4.00pm. As in previous years we will have prizes for best in show in a number of categories, which will be announced and awarded around 3.00pm. To maximise the amount that goes to charity, we are asking all entrants to the show to pay an administration fee of £5. More details and booking online at www.cowleyclassiccarshow.org.uk
9th – 12th September
National Microcar Rally, Wem, Shropshire, SY4 5RP
Weekend rally, camping available with show day on Sunday. More details and booking info www.national-microcar-rally.co.uk
11th – 12th September
Cars, fashion, music and dance festival, more details at www.vintagenostalgiafestival.co.uk If interested in attending please contact Gill for club parking at email@example.com or 01300 345257.
11th – 12th September
Organised by the Rotary Club of Winchcombe, held at Prescott Hill climb. More details at www.winchcomberotaryclub.com/classics-at-prescott We will be taking part in the static display on Sunday.
Classics on the Lawn, Delapre Abbey, Northampton, NN4 8AW
More details at www.delapreabbey.org
11th – 12th September
20th Classic Car Extravaganza, Ryde Esplanade, Isle of Wight, PO33 2HE
Charity car show on the esplande, all enquiries to Vic Gallucci 0208 439 7871
18th – 19th September
We are having a club stand at this brand new event.
Petrolheadonism Live are delighted to launch its annual premier event in the grounds of Knebworth House; this must see family spectacular will bring some of the world’s most exclusive and desirable cars to this epic weekend to celebrate all things automotive!
With over 1,000 cars on display from Supercars to Classics, Americana to the Highly Modified and the ‘Interesting’ PLUS Petrolheadonism Live will host a £50m+ Hypercar Enclosure in the shadows of Knebworth House. Over 50 car clubs are set to attend the event, so enthusiasts will see an incredible array of classics and modern classics to rival any automotive event – it’s all about #realcarsrealpeople.
More details and to book discounted club tickets to display your car on the club stand go to www.petrolheadonism.club/petrolheadonism-live and click on Showcar tickets, remember to choose Fiat 500 Club. Ticket gives entrance to 1 driver and all passengers in a car.
A day Driveout enjoying the local area in Cumbria, more details to follow, please contact Dave Nicholson firstname.lastname@example.org 07818 426848
For more details and to book your tickets go to www.auto-italia.co.uk/events
We are organising a club visit to the new Silverstone Interactive Museum. This is a ticketed event and places must be booked and paid for in advance, deadline 3rd September 2021. Please email email@example.com to book your place, depending on group numbers tickets will be £17.50 / £18.75 adults, £8.75 / £9.50 Child 5-15 yrs, Seniors 65+ (ID required) £14.00 / £14.40. You will then be given payment details.
The Silverstone Interactive is a brand new visitor attraction at The Home of British Motor Racing. Visitors can take an immersive 2 – 3 hour journey through the past, present and future of British motor racing and the history of the famous racing circuit. You will discover everything from medieval monks to WW2 Wellington Bombers and will be able to get up close to Formula 1 cars and racing motorcycles. The Silverstone Interactive is packed with hands-on activities. Children and grown-ups alike can climb into a replica Grand Prix car, practice their skills as an RAF pilot and try commentating on a race. They’ll also be able to find out about the science and engineering behind the sport in the engaging Tech Lab. Add to this a 360-degree cinema experience, ‘The Ultimate Lap of Silverstone,’ and an outdoor track trail and there’s something for everyone! More info at www.silverstonemuseum.co.uk
- 2-3 hours of entertainment for everyone, not just motorsports enthusiasts.
- Family-friendly, indoors except for outdoor heritage track trail
- Atrium Café & Shop with exclusive Silverstone Merchandise
- Entrance includes 360-degree cinema experience – The Ultimate Lap of Silverstone
- Free Club Area Parking
12th – 14th November
We will be having a club stand for the weekend and we are looking for derivatives of the Fiat 500 to go on display, if you are interested in showing your car please contact Laura firstname.lastname@example.org
This years theme is ‘The Journey continues…’ which we will incorporate into our display. Discounted club member tickets are available please see the advert in the August magazine for details.
More info www.necclassicmotorshow.com
AGM Followed by our winter lunch, more details to follow.
We have now done the initial planning for this tour around the scenic Peak District. Based out of Baslow where there is a variety of accommodation to suit most tastes and a campsite, we are planning three circular routes on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday of around 45 – 55 miles each. Folk will be free to join for all or any of the days.
We have been visiting the Peak District for years but found some fabulous scenic drives in areas new to us. Visit the grand estates such as Chatsworth, drive the dramatic “Cat & Fiddle” road to 1,700 feet over the moors (in the past it gained a reputation of being used by mad motorcyclists but there are so many speed cameras these days it is completely safe), for the foodies, we aim to visit Bakewell for a famous pie and the equally well known Hartington Cheese Shop. We are also planning to visit some lovely places like Tissington and Castleton and probably take a peak (excuse the pun!) into one of several caverns in the area. On the Sunday we are planning to drive over Mam Tor with it’s stunning views of Winnats Pass – they say on a clear day that you can see all the way to Manchester! – and we will try and fit in a visit to the famous “plague” village of Eyam where the villagers made the heroic decision to quarantine themselves to prevent the spread of the disease. As you will gather a lot to see and we may not be able to do it all but we will do our best.
Finally, If you like walking, you can’t visit the Peak District without taking your boots and so we will be arranging to stay on an extra night or two for those who want a break from driving and a chance to enjoy some fabulous walking country.
To register interest please contact email@example.com or 07976 921986
NEW 2022 DATE TBC
The Dorset Dawdle was to be May 2020, then April 30th to May 3rd 2021 however this will not be possible due to Covid restrictions. We will get a new date announced as soon as possible. Please contact Gill on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01300 345257