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The Bonhams London to Brighton Veteran Car Run is a truly magnificent spectacle and offers members of the public a rare opportunity to view 500 pre-1905 vehicles travel on mass along public roads. There are many places and ways to view the cars along the 60-mile route from Hyde Park, London to Madeira Drive, Brighton.

The Run is pre-ceded by a multitude of events including the Regent Street Motor Show that takes place the day prior to the Run. One of the main highlights of the show is the EFG Concours d’Elegance which showcases 100 veteran cars that will participate in the Run the following day. The show is free to view and is open to all.

We urge you to join the crowds along the route on the Sunday to offer cheers and words of encouragement to all those taking part. We have produced a downloadable map that highlights the route and convenient viewing places.

Should you wish to get up close and personal, we offer places on an open top bus tour which follows the same route as the veteran cars and gives exclusive access to the paddocks at Hyde Park, Crawley and Madeira Drive. This is a unique opportunity to share and experience the Run with the participants’ and fellow enthusiasts.

Follow the links for further information. Alternatively, please contact the VCR Organisation Team by email: VCRadmin@goose.co.uk or telephone: +44 (0) 1483 524 433.


Event Timetable

The date for the 2015 Veteran Car Run is Sunday 1 November 2015.

The timetable for the 2015 event can be found below. Please note that timings are subject to change.

For further information about the weekend’s events, please contact the VCR Organisation Team by email: VCRadmin@goose.co.uk or telephone: +44 (0) 1483 524 433.

Royal Automobile Club - Motoring Forum

The Royal Automobile Club and the VCR Steering Group are delighted to present a fourth Motoring Forum the Thursday prior to the Run. This takes place on Thursday 29 October from 10.30am - 3.00pm. The times are subject to change.

Royal Automobile Club - Motoring Forum

Continuing the theme - this 1903 Oldsmobile (US marque) has been entered into this year's Run by its Canadian owner http://t.co/HQnbxy98Nx

#ThrowbackThursday One of our US entries into this year's Run with this stunning 1902 Delahaye (a French marque) http://t.co/10hIjAEbja

#ThrowbackThursday image - two sisters own this 1903 Autocar (a US marque!) which is taking part in this year's Run. http://t.co/r4IAw5LEaM

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Considering taking part for the first time? Where to begin?! Our handy "First-Timers Guide" should provide guidance: http://t.co/JBn9ia1kZ2

#ThrowbackThursday image - this 1902 Oldsmobile is taking part in this year's Run. It was a museum exhibit 'til 1990. http://t.co/ps11MOVAvf



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