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Daily Archives: June 19th, 2012

More Euros for your Pound!
With the English Pound at one of its more favourable rates against the Euro for some time and the price of fuel on the Continent somewhat lower than it is in the UK, the cost of participating in the MSA Euroclassic is proving increasingly good value for money!

A value-for-money entry fee
The entry fee for this year’s 20th Anniversary event includes a number of meals and light refreshments over the course of the event, therefore minimising participants’ expenses while abroad. Read More »


MGLive! roars into Silverstone this weekend (23/24 June). with over 15,000 enthusiasts expected to descend on the MG Car Club’s annual celebration.

The 62nd successive staging of the MGCC’s Silverstone meeting is shaping up to be one of the most memorable yet with mouth-watering action both on and off track. Six hundred competitors will compete on Silverstone’s full Grand Prix circuit throughout the MGLive! weekend whilst a plethora of in-field entertainment means there is something for all motoring enthusiasts to enjoy.

The hotly anticipated official MGB50 celebration race will assume centre stage on Saturday 23 June at 3.15pm. The 50-minute encounter, supported by British Motor Heritage, has attracted a full grid of 58 FIA MGBs which represents the largest ever on-track line-up of these iconic cars. Read More »

Classic motoring clubs exhibiting at this year’s Footman James Classic Motor Show are being asked ‘What’s the story?’ behind their favourite cars as this year’s show theme. Held at Birmingham’s NEC from Friday 16th to Sunday 18th November, the organisers want to focus on the brilliant stories that often accompany the amazing vehicles on display.

Show Manager Andy Rouse explains: “Every year we have an incredible array of cars and motorcycles at the show. All of them have a unique (and often hidden) tale to tell, for example; some have been in families for generations, some maybe discovered in bizarre circumstances, some having taken part in significant events in history and some will have been on some truly astonishing journeys.” Read More »

– North Yorkshire’s daunting Croft Circuit next stop for BTCC

There is now less than a week to go before the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship makes its eagerly anticipated and only appearance of the year in the North East at the Croft Circuit this weekend (23/24 June). Read More »

It was this weekend that Nelson Panciatici took part in his first 24 Hours of Le Mans for the 80th  edition of the “Mancelle” challenge. For his grand debut, the driver of the G-DRIVE RACING by SIGNATECH NISSAN team finished in 10th place in the general ranking and 4th in an LMP2 category of the highest order. Read More »