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Entries for the Run open at the end of July 2020 to enter please click here. If you you have entered the Run previously, you will be able to log into your account and submit your entry for this years Run. If you are new to the Run, you will need to create an account and provide details of the car you wish to enter. A member of the Veteran Car Run Team will then get in touch to provide you with instructions on the next steps of the entry process.
Please note that before a vehicle is accepted on the the Run it must have a valid VCC dating certificate or passport.
What is a VCC Dating Certificate or veteran car Passport?
Every vehicle that enters the Run must have a VCC Dating Certificate or Passport issued by the Veteran Car Club of Great Britain’s Dating Advisory Committee advising that the vehicle was manufactured prior to 1905.
If your vehicle does not have a Dating Certificate or Passport number, please contact the Veteran Car Club of Great Britain Dating Advisory Committee directly: Web: www.vccofgb.co.uk Tel: +44(0)1462 742 818 or email: email@example.com.
Please note that you can submit and pay for your entry without a Dating Certificate or Passport, but your vehicle will not be officially accepted into the Run until a copy of your valid dating certificate or passport is sent to the Veteran Car Run Team. Please refer to the Entry Regulations for further clarification about the entry criteria and the cancellation terms before proceeding with your entry. Should you have any queries, please contact the Veteran Car Run Team by telephone: +44 (0) 1483 524 433 or email: VCRadmin@goose.co.uk.
How do I enter my veteran car into the International Concours D'Elegance that takes place on Regent Street on Saturday 31 October 2020, the day before the Run?
You can apply to be part of the International Concours d’Elegance during the entry/registration process for the Run once this opens in 2020. We are limited to 100 cars on Regent Street, so based on the number of applications the Concours Committee will decide on which veteran cars will be displayed. You are only able to display your car on the Concours if you are a participant in the Run the following day.