Monthly Archives: September 2017
Check out what’s going on this weekend. If you’re out and about, use the hashtag #MGCCweekend on any photos or posts that you upload to social media. We want to see what you’re getting up to! MGCC: End of Season Race Meeting at Snetterton, Saturday 30th September – Sunday 1st October The final race meeting of another fantastic MGCC motorsport […]
The launch of MG’s new Compact-SUV marks an exciting new era of design for the iconic company. The brand-new Compact-SUV is set to go on sale later this Autumn, representing a major step-change for MG. The new MG design philosophy is based on ‘Emotional Dynamism’, which represents a more expressive design language that emphasises the […]
Australasia’s independent authority on vehicle safety, ANCAP, has today awarded the first 5 star ANCAP safety rating to a Chinese vehicle with the MG GS rising to meet the top safety threshold. The medium-sized SUV increases its ANCAP safety rating from 4 stars to 5 stars following a specification upgrade and strong performance in the […]
The Royal Automobile Club was founded in 1897 by Frederick Richard Simms with the primary purpose of promoting the motor car and its place in society. The Club introduced the 1000 Mile Trial in 1900 and, following the success of this, the Tourist Trophy was first held by the Club in 1905, which remains the […]
Long-established Gloucester family business, Clearwater Cars, puts Gloucester on the map by joining the MG network, as the brand targets record growth in 2017. Originally founded in 1964 by Ukrainian Ivan Stojanov, the business is now run by his son Peter who continues the family commitment to honesty and fair treatment of customers. Welcoming the […]
With the Kimber House team being spread at events at the BTCC at Silverstone and the Manchester Classic Car Show there will only be a skeleton staff available at Kimber House today. Please bear with us during this time. Thank-you for your patience.
The remains of a 1932 J2 Midget have been unearthed on Salisbury Plain, the BBC has reported today. Excavations on Larkhill have uncovered the car, which archaeologists believe may have been in use up until the 1960s. Possibly used as a pool car by troops, it seems as if the MG was stripped down, possibly […]
With the Kimber House team split across two events this weekend, unfortunately the Club’s HQ will be closed this Friday, 15th September 2017. We will re-open, as usual, on Monday 18th September at 9am. Thanks for your support.
On Friday 15th September, Árón Taylor-Smith and Josh Cook will visit the MG dealership in Abingdon, Lodgehill Garage, for an evening of touring car talk. Join us for our regular pre-race Q&A session to hear from the team ahead of their visit to Silverstone, the home of British Motor sport. Despite the late ‘challenges’ faced during […]
An opportunity has arisen to join the Kimber House team. This is an exciting opportunity to join one of the oldest single marque car clubs. With over 14,000 members in the UK and a further 45,000 worldwide affiliated members, an enthusiastic team of staff oversee the day-to-day operations of the Club from its headquarters in […]