Watch oldest cars in London To Brighton Veteran Cars on parade.

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A long eatabliahed annual  60-miles motoring parade of British ancient car and first sets of motoring vehicles built before 1905 was seen as London to Brighton Veteran Car Run is took place on Sunday across London and South east England, KBJOJO understand

The event kicked off 7am on Sunday November 4, 2018 and expected to end by 6pm.
Motorists have been informed of unevitable traffics ocassioned by road closures as parades of classic, locomotive and expensive cars are set to run from West central Hyde Park London and stretch towards Kent as far as Brighton.

Check out Veteran Car Run 2018 as they were seen on Sunday


Below is part of the activities lined up for the day.

Royal Automobile Club – Motoring Forum


The Mountbatten Room, The Royal Automobile Club, 89 Pall Mall, SW1Y 5HS

Dress Code – Jacket required, no jeans or trainers.

The Royal Automobile Club and the Veteran Car Run Steering Group are delighted to present the seventh Motoring Forum, taking place on Thursday 1 November in the Mountbatten Room at the Club’s Pall Mall clubhouse.

The Forum will take the now familiar format of enjoying presentations by expert speakers on a range of historical automotive and motor sport-related topics. The presentations will be punctuated by a buffet lunch before finally rounding off with a light-hearted veteran car-based quiz.

Regardless of where your motoring interest lies, it promises to be a thought provoking, informative and fun occasion. Tickets cost £20.00 each and include arrival refreshments and a buffet lunch.

Arrival, coffee and refreshments – 10.30am

Morning session – 11.00am

– Evan Ide – `European Motor Manufacturers in the US Market pre-1914,’ (11am-11.45am).

– Richard Peskett – `A History of Roads in Britain,’ (11.50am – 12.30pm).

Buffet luncheon – 12.35pm

Afternoon session – 1.20pm

– Mary-Jo Ashenfelter-Heckman – `Edwardian Automotive Fashion: Form, Function, Color & Fabulous Hats,’ (1.25pm – 2.10pm).

– John Boothman – `Romance on the Road: Motoring Fiction 1898-1940,’ (2.15pm – 3pm).

Quiz hosted by Daniel Ward – 3.05pm

Closing remarks and finish – 3.45pm

To book your place at the Forum, visit the shop

Please note – tickets are not issued for this event



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