View some of England’s best two and four-wheeled transportation at a great new location – Camp Dearborn. There will be food for sale on the grounds, or you can pack a picnic lunch to enjoy. With the Gathering of the Faithful format – There is no registration cost or awards. Park with your club or friends in your desired location and enjoy the day. A $7 Park Admission fee will be charged at the gate for participants. PLEASE NOTE: There will be NO rain date. The Battle of the Brits will be held Sunday, September 10, 2017– rain or shine!
The 18th annual Alden Classic Sports Car Show will be Aug. 13th, 2017 in Alden, Michigan. Located 25 miles NE of Traverse City in northwestern lower Michigan. This beautiful resort village welcomes over 100 sports cars for a weekend of touring, car show, and valve cover racing. Each entry is $15 with t-shirts to the first 50, admission is free for spectators and valve cover racers! Lodging is complimented in the region with wineries, tasting rooms, casinos, breweries and hundreds of miles of great touring roads. A tour of the Torch Lake area is offered on Saturday with a dinner following. The tour highlights the region’s lakes, rivers, rolling hills and scenery that will not be soon forgotten. Valve cover racing is also part of our unique and friendly show, with trophies being awarded to the fastest valve cover racer. Clubs […]
Our Thanksgiving Video of the Week (VotW) comes to us by way of the fine Canadian folks of Men & Motors. Titled “Classic British Cars in America”, this is obviously a subject we can all be thankful for. In this video from just over three years ago, the M&M folks make their way to English Motors in Macomb, Michigan, which I believe is now closed, to look at some great British cars and talk about the fascination Americans have with them. Adrian Bell is in Detroit, Michigan talking about classic British cars. He meets British car enthusiast Sue Snyder who shows him her 1980 MG MGB which she has owned since it was new, plus Don Ensloe shows Adrian around his car garage which specialises in maintaining and restoring British cars for their American owners.
The introduction of the Lotus Evora 400, as a 2017 North American Model Year, marks the start of a fresh period in Lotus’ presence in this vital market. The previous model Evora already received positive acclaim from media, customers and dealers alike and reaffirmed Lotus as the maker of some of the finest, purest, most lightweight and most efficient sports cars sold today. Jean-Marc Gales, Chief Executive Officer, Group Lotus plc, explains: “The Lotus Evora 400 combines high performance with the legendary Lotus benchmark handling. It is lighter, more efficient and dynamically better than ever. It is the perfect high performance machine for those discerning buyers seeking a hand built British-built sports car that possesses a purer driving experience, greater agility and a more involving drive.” To coincide with the introduction of the Lotus Evora 400 into the North American […]