Date: 14 January 2017-14 January 2017 Times:
10:00 to 4pm
This year the HRCR (Historic Rally Car Register) Open Day , will look back 50 years at the controversy created by the Mini on the 1966 Monte Carlo Rally as well as celebrate the Minis continued success and popularity in historic rallying today.
Following wins by the Mini in both ‘64 and ‘65, 1966 tipped the organisers over the edge when Timo Mäkinen led Rauno Aaltonen and Paddy Hopkirk to a dominant BMC Mini one, two, three finish.
The Historic Rally Car register open day at Gaydon If you want to know more then visit the HRCR Open Day on Saturday 14th January 2016 at the National Heritage Museum at Gaydon, Warwickshire, (M40 Junc 12). The event is very much a social gathering where you can see the cars and meet the event organisers covering every facet of historic rallying. Doors open at 10am and entry is free.
The Historic Rally Car Register is the perfect choice for anyone with an interest in historic rallying in Britain. Created in 1983, the HRCR is the largest organisation of its kind in Europe, with over 2000 members and a host of championships, events and meetings to suit all tastes. The HRCR is run by enthusiasts - for enthusiasts.
Chairman Chris Hunt Cooke Tel 01438 712 93
113 Locko Road, Spondon, Derby, DE21 7AP
Tel: 01332 672533 - Fax: 01332 672888
Tel 01438 712 930
View Website: http://www.hrcr.co.uk/
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Standard Admission (£):
Entry is free to all
Admission with classic car (£):
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