Our 2013 Classic Car Show and Autojumble will be on Sunday 18th August 2013 from 9.30am to 4.30pm
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We've had a top level meeting with the Brooklands Museum Trust
and we're delighted to announce that they will be returning for a fourth year, bringing with them varied and interesting vehicles and a very special guest (we can't say who just yet).
In addition to their excellent static display, Brooklands will also be bringing some of their vehicles into the arena twice during the day, at 11.30am and 2.30pm.
Talking of the arena, if you were at last year's show you will have noticed due to the space we had available we didn't have an arena. We did manage to select a few vehicles to an impromptu arena for an informal chat, which gave people the opportunity to see the vehicles close up whilst their owners talked about them.
We rather liked the informal approach, so this year we have reduced the size of the arena, which we will use for the automart and Brooklands demonstrations, and for the other displays we are planning we'll be inviting you to come and see the vehicles we're showing close up.
Getting into the car show
We had a great plan last year that was scuppered by the weather. To avoid a repeat of last year's horrible queue to get in, this year, classic car and traders entry to the showground will be as non-stop as possible. There will be a designated meeting area and an area for queries away from the entry road, so as not to delay the other vehicles and we won't be selling programmes at the classic car gate.
Classic vehicles and traders can arrive from 7am onwards and public entry has been delayed 30 minutes to 9.30am.
On the positive side, getting out of the show last year was a lot easier and we will be managing the traffic going out again this year.
Lion President Brian Walpole, actor Graham Cole, Car Show Chairman Michael Meek and Brooklands' Rolie Luker (l to r)