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beaujolais16b▪    The  world famous Beaujolais Run® 2016 commences next Monday, 14 November from Goodwood Motor Circuit  running until Friday 18 November
▪    Mid morning halt and restart on 14 November 2016 at The Royal Automobile Club, Woodcote Park, Epsom
▪    Passavant & Lee have created 3 bespoke leather and aluminum briefcases valued at £4000 each to repatriate three commemorative bottles from France of Burgundy, Champagne and Beaujolais to selected celebrities by Le Mans and BTCC Legend Anthony Reid
▪    Aston Martin DB11 to lead cars away at Goodwood Motor Circuit
▪    The event is the longest running pan European UK car event
▪    This years theme is Cellars, Castles and Vineyards
▪    The Beaujolais Run® 2016 marks the 46th anniversary of the inaugural Run in 1970, founded by bon viveurs Clement Freud and Joseph Berkmann
▪    The Run also honours the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, with c.30 crews setting off initially for Champagne Taittinger in Reims, to support the celebrated vignerons region
▪    As in previous years, The Beaujolais Run® is a wholly charitable event, raising funds for the Henry Surtees Foundation
▪    Key supporters of The Beaujolais Run® 2016 to include John Partridge and Co., Champagne Tattinger, Louise Latour, Rose and White Tailoring, The Review, Harwoods Group and Screaming Eagle Read More »

The Doghouse Ladies raised in excess of £16,000 (final figures not yet calculated). Linda Pearcy & Kate Cottingham raised the most overall (all competitors), so got P1. Good news.

Have to take part next year.

Bad news! (Not really)

THE TEAMS
Doghouse Barkers: Kate Cottingham & Linda Pearcy – Maserati 4200

Doghouse Dolls: Diane Ralph & Elizabeth Walkinshaw – Mercedes 380SL

Doghouse Betsy: Caroline Hobbs & Tiffany Barker – BMW Z4 Read More »

The Women’s Motor Racing Associates Club, famed as The Doghouse Owners’ Club, is proud to support this year’s Beaujolais Run, which is held in aid of the Henry Surtees Foundation, one of the Club’s chosen charities for 2014.

Former BRM and Williams Grand Prix driver, BRDC Vice President and honouree Doghouse Member, Howden Ganley explains: “As the BRDC is the Who’s Who of British Motorsport, so The Doghouse Club is the equivalent on the other side of the gender fence, with many famous names still involved and with many so well connected within motorsport circles.”

John Surtees OBE, who in 2010 became the first patron of The Beaujolais Run, will flag off the hundreds of vehicles at 12 noon on Sunday 17 November from the Royal Automobile Club, Woodcote Park, Epsom in Surrey. Read More »

The world famous Beaujolais Run, now in its 44th year, has announced it will this year visit some of the most famous battlefields of WW1 and pay tribute to those who lost their lives.IMG_3733 Read More »

Beaujolais 2013The Beaujolais Run celebrates its 43rd year with a bumper offering for 2013!
 
The featured marque for the 2013 ‘Run will be Chevrolet and the 60th anniversary of the Corvette. The Corvette is synonymous with American Muscle and has evolved into the most technologically advanced supercar of today. Read More »