Footman James are delighted to congratulate the British Motor Museum on winning Collection of the Year honours at the Royal Automobile Club’s Historic Awards for 2020. view>>
The Royal Automobile Club will be streaming the celebration of the best of the best in the historic motoring and motorsport world on their website. view>>
Footman James have been awarded the Feefo Platinum Trusted Service Award for the second consecutive year; an independent accreditation that recognises companies for providing excellent service, rated by real clients. view>>
Darren Turner, an Aston Martin factory driver is to attempt 200 miles an hour in the Aston Martin Bulldog concept car forty years after it was first tried. view>>
The finalists for the 2020 Royal Automobile Club Historic Awards, which recognise outstanding achievements within the British historic motoring and motorsport world, have now been revealed. view>>
The annual Royal Automobile Club Art of Motoring exhibition traditionally takes place at the Pall Mall Clubhouse as part of London Motor Week and is the premier showcase for British automotive art. Rather than cancelling the 2020 edition due to the pandemic, the Club collaborated with respected motorsport commentator Andrew Marriott and Rupert Whyte of Historic Car Art to curate a virtual event. view>>
Due to the events of the last six months, there has never been a better time to boost morale and community spirit. That’s why here at Footman James, we have started an initiative to deliver good news to our clients of classic vehicle owners, enthusiasts, traders and restorers through our newsletter series Merry Motoring. view>>
A historically significant Morris Minor has returned to the place where it rolled off the production line on 12 November 1970. 50 years after it was built, the last Morris Minor saloon to be produced has been relocated into the building where it was made at MINI Plant Oxford in Cowley, Oxfordshire and now forms part of the factory’s collection of historic vehicles. view>>
The National Motorcycle Museum applied for a grant from the above fund which was established by government to “provide funding support to organisations across the heritage ecosystem that were financially sustainable before COVID-19”. view>>
For the first time, the workshop at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu, is opening its doors to historic vehicles owned by enthusiasts. With its engineers drawing upon decades of experience to expertly maintain customers’ cherished cars. view>>
A REVS-Limiter team, led by Reverend Adam Gompertz, will be supporting Mission Motorsport in its Race of Remembrance #YourRoR Challenge by pushing a classic sports car round the track at Bicester Heritage for three hours as part of a nationwide campaign to mark Remembrance Weekend (6-8th November 2020). view>>
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