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Largest Annual Rootes Car Event in Canada! Hosted by Grant and Jean Leonard and is the main annual event in the Lake Ontario Region of Tigers East Alpines East! Join an informal chat with our special guest: Wally Stubgen Wally, along with his friend, Brian Ward, totally restored Brian’s project Tiger, using Wally's car as a template, and ran it in Targa Newfoundland. Wally is going to recount the adventure, assisted by a power point presentation. Bring your lawn chairs…Find out more »
Mosport Grand Prix Circuit Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Ontario Check the link for times and details: https://varac.ca/events/Find out more »
WNY Cars & Coffee Eastern Hills Mall 4545 Transit Rd. Williamsville New York 14221 Check the link for event times https://www.facebook.com/events/214141866414151/Find out more »
Lindsay, Ontario Check the website for details and time https://www.victoriabritishcarclub.ca/new-page-1Find out more »
Get all the info about this event here: Contact Jim Lindner at VicePresident@teae.org with questions or to volunteer to helpFind out more »
BCD comprises 57 classes of cars and motorcycles, running the whole range of British automobile marques from Austin to Westfield with model names from Anglia to Zephyr They are again expecting over 1,000 British Cars, great vendors, 3 wonderful anniversary cars (MG TD, Morgan Plus 4 (celebrating 70 years) and Triumph Stag and Range Rover (50 years), a fly by of WW1 bi-planes and tri-planes courtesy of The Great War Flying Museum, and much more. British Car Day® is hosted…Find out more »
Downtown Victorian seaside village location after the summer crowds have left for the season.
All British cars but limited to only 140.
Cloverleaf Style Run Based in Gettysburg Area SAVE THE DATE! We are in the planning stages at this time, but we can tell you that we will be running a "cloverleaf style" run, where we plan on staying at the same hotel (in the Gettysburg area) and we will run three loops back to our host hotel. Other ABRR Chapters have done this over the years and found it to be a lot of fun with no packing and unpacking each…Find out more »