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Daily Archives: May 1st, 2014

H&H Classic Rallies is thrilled to announce that the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu has entered May’s Paris-Madrid Rally with its priceless 1903 Napier.

It is particularly fitting that this car should compete for the Charles Jarrott Trophy, inaugurated last year in honour of the British ace who drove car No1 in the epic 1903 Paris-Madrid race, as the Beaulieu machine was actually driven by Jarrott himself.

Several cars on the rally have an interesting sporting pedigree, among them Dr Wolfgang Brunk’s 1937 Riley Preston 12/4 and the gorgeous, Touring-bodied 1938 Alfa Romeo 6C SS Torpedino of 2013 winners Alastair Caldwell and Catriona Rings. Read More »

– Huge turnout at annual Media Day as full programme is announced
– New GT and F3 grids added to bumper bill of classic racing
– World record parade of GP cars to be led by Sir Stirling Moss OBE

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Severn Valley DrummondSeasoned competitor Ian Drummond has chosen the Severn Valley Stages (31 May) as his first rally for nearly a year and will team up with Hu Kent as co-driver in his Ford Escort RS2000.

Drummond is delighted to be going rallying for the first time since the 2013 Harry Flatters and only tackled two events last year due to some health issues. Read More »