Brook­lands is bank­ing on a very large turnout

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - Events Previews -

BrOOk­laNDs MU­seUM, Wey­BriDge, sUr­rey, 6 MarCH

More than 200 Bri­tish clas­sics will head to the birth­place of Bri­tish mo­tor­sport this Sun­day for a one-day gath­er­ing of Austins and Mor­rises.

Any­one bring­ing an Austin or Mor­ris gets dis­counted en­try to the event, which in­cludes the chance for cars to be pho­tographed on the track’s his­toric bank­ing and an op­por­tu­nity for own­ers to take on the gru­el­ing Test Hill.

Gates open at 9am. Austin and Mor­ris own­ers are asked to take their cars to the Camp­bell Gate. From 1011am there’s a chance to reg­is­ter for a cav­al­cade around the Mercedes-Benz World cir­cuit, lim­ited to 50 cars.

Brook­lands Mu­seum says the Austin Mor­ris Day is one of its most pop­u­lar events and is an­tic­i­pat­ing a big turnout from clas­sic own­ers,

‘It’s a spec­tac­u­lar day, which sees hoards of Austin and Mor­ris cars and com­mer­cial ve­hi­cles con­gre­gat­ing in and around the pad­dock,’ says mar­ket­ing spokesman Paul Ste­wart. ‘As well as many in­di­vid­u­als dis­play­ing preWWII cars, there will be Club dis­plays from dif­fer­ent re­gions, so this is a great chance to meet and chat to like­minded own­ers and en­thu­si­asts com­ing to­gether in one place.’


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