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MGA Prototype to be Sold at Chateau Impney Hill Climb
MGA Prototype to be Sold at Chateau Impney Hill Climb
1957 MGA Twin Cam Roadster Prototype will be offered by H&H Classics in July. More »
Derek Bell to be Celebrated at Classic Nostalgia
Derek Bell to be Celebrated at Classic Nostalgia
The Midland Automobile Club will be celebrating the successes of five-time LeMans winner. More »
Bentley Boys Back in Town for Silverstone Classic
Bentley Boys Back in Town for Silverstone Classic
Silverstone Classic will celebrate its widest-ever spectrum of motor sport history. More »
Peugeot Celebrates Historic Cars at Goodwood
Peugeot Celebrates Historic Cars at Goodwood
Peugeot celebrated producing 65-million cars over 125 years at Goodwood. More »
Allard History Comes up for Sale at Chateau Impney
Allard History Comes up for Sale at Chateau Impney
Restored 1956 Allard Palm Beach Mk II – the 1956 Earl’s Court Motor Show car. More »
Aston Martin DB6 Mk 1 Volante Vantage Heads to Auction
Aston Martin DB6 Mk 1 Volante Vantage Heads to Auction
Exceptionally rare and highly original DB6 is to go under the hammer with Barons. More »
1973 Porsche 911T Wins Trans-America Challenge
1973 Porsche 911T Wins Trans-America Challenge
Peter and Zoe Lovett crossed the San Francisco finish line as winners of the ERA’s rally. More »
BEN Summer Fete to Include Special Classic Line-up
BEN Summer Fete to Include Special Classic Line-up
BEN will hold its annual Vintage and Classic Car Rally and Summer Fete on 4th July. More »
Classic Van & Pickup Show to Celebrate 50 Years of the Transit
Classic Van & Pickup Show to Celebrate 50 Yrs of the Transit
Classic Van & Pickup Show is to return for a second year to the Heritage Motor Centre. More »
Classic Vauxhalls and Bedfords to Rally Together at Beaulieu
Classic Vauxhalls and Bedfords to Rally Together at Beaulieu
From the classic post-war Cresta and Victor to the iconic Viva, Firenza and Magnum. More »
Brooklands and Ace Cafe Join Forces for Ton-Up Day
Brooklands and Ace Cafe Join Forces for Ton-Up Day
Brooklands Museum and the Ace Cafe collaborate in a spectacular Ton-Up Day dedication. More »
Huge Success for Flywheel Festival of Historic Motoring
Huge Success for Flywheel Festival of Historic Motoring
The inaugural Flywheel festival of historic motoring and aviation got off to a flying start. More »

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It was 1957 when Chateau Impney held its first speed trial. Yet, since remaining quiet for nearly half a century, classic cars will once again recreate those popular events...
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Donington Park Echoes to the Sound of Classic Racers Donington Park Echoes to the Sound of Classic Racers

Once again the Donington Historic Festival saw hundreds of classic cars gather both around the site and on track. We’ve put together the full gallery of action for your enjoyment...
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Stondon Motor Museum Closure in Pictures Stondon Motor Museum Closure in Pictures

Little Classics visits Stondon Motor Museum in Bedfordshire to see its last day before the doors closed for good and the collection gets scattered through auction...
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Will we lose our skills?

When we used to make things, most of those things were built by hand. It meant that when something went wrong with your car or bike you could fix it. However, those days are gone and as a group, we (men) are now officially useless. So what does that mean for the future of classic cars and bikes…
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