Check your speed on Brighton run
FOR the first time in its 117year history, the 2013 London to Brighton Veteran Car Run is to include a competitive element.
In previous years, the only aim for the hundreds of hardy drivers was to cover the 60 miles from London’s Hyde Park to Brighton’s Madeira Drive without suffering a mishap. For most participants, merely arriving at Brighton is sufficient reward.
But this year, for the first time ever on the Run, a Regularity Trial will be included. This demands that entrants maintain a specific average speed over the event, with penalties for arriving at the finish, or at one of the secret intermediate time control points, too early or too late. The 2013 Veteran Car Run, which takes places on Sunday, November 3, will attract as many as 500 automobiles from the dawn of motoring.
As the longest-running motoring event in the world, 500,000 onlookers are expected to turn out to enjoy the spectacle.
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