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Monthly Archives: May 2020

26 May 20 | Car Club News

MGF25 and Saloon Day Announcement

The MGF Register has confirmed that MGF25, due to take place at the British Motor Museum, has been postponed. Their statement follows; It is with much sadness that I write following an MGF Register committee meeting earlier today, to advise you that we have regrettably taken the decision to postpone MGF25. The decision has not […]

26 May 20 | Car Club News

MGCC Podcast – Episode 7 now available

On this episode, we discuss the exciting new MG concept sports car announced recently called the MG Cyberster! We talk to American MG collector Tom Wilson about his amazing collection of Triple M cars, his love for the MG TC and how he is restoring multiple MGs all at the same time! Plus we have […]

26 May 20 | Car Club News

Silverstone Classic’s 30th anniversary event is cancelled

The organisers of Silverstone Classic have confirmed that the 2020 event is to be cancelled. MGCC members should contact them direct for refunds or to roll-over pre-booked tickets. Their statement follows; It is with a heavy heart that the organisers of the Silverstone Classic announce that this summer’s flagship three-day festival – originally scheduled for the weekend […]

18 May 20 | Car Club News

2020 European Event of the Year moves to 2021

With the ongoing situation surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic, the planned European Event of the Year for 2020, due to be held in Germany, has moved to 2021. The event for 2021 had been scheduled to be held in Portugal, but following discussions between both German and Portugese clubs, they have reached an agreement for Germany […]

18 May 20 | Car Club News

MGCC Podcast – Episode 6 now available

On this week’s episode, we speak to John Watson, Chairman of the MGB Register and dig in the archives to discover about why Cecil Kimber left MG.

16 May 20 | MG News

MG reveal ‘Mission 100’ strategy to hit 1 million sales globally

Things have been tough over the past few months for the Automotive industry globally, really tough. COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on the sector with new cars unable to be delivered, production lines static and showrooms shut.  However, despite the obvious difficulties, MG remains buoyant and upbeat about its plans for the future. This […]

15 May 20 | Car Club News

MG Car Club Coronavirus LATEST EVENT UPDATES 26/5/20

The MG Car Club is committed to following the latest UK Government advice on events and public gatherings. General Advice The latest advice from the government now states that non-essential travel in England (but not Scotland or Wales) is now allowed. Non key workers are now permitted to drive as far as we feel necessary for work […]

14 May 20 | Car Club News

MGCC Podcast – Episode 5 now available

On this week’s episode, we talk to the leader of the MG Car Club Young Members’ Branch about what they get up to for MG fans under 30. Wayne and Adam discuss why they got involved in car clubs and how much it means to them, before exploring the fascinating history of the monstrous MG […]

11 May 20 | MG News

New MG sportscar concept revealed

The first images of the next concept MG sportscar have been revealed in China. Dubbed the “Cyberster Concept” the new car is markedly different from the MG E-Motion unveiled back in 2017. While the E-Motion followed more of grand tourer, 2+2 aesthetic, the Cyberster seems to follow more closely to traditional MG sportscars with its […]

7 May 20 | Car Club News

Federation of British Historic Vehicle Club announce new Legislation Manager

The Federation wishes to publicly welcome Ian Edmunds to the role of Legislation Manager with immediate effect. Many from the historic vehicle community will already know Ian from his work on DVLA matters in his role as DVLA Liaison Manager for the Federation. The change follows the resignation of Mr Dave Daniel earlier this week. […]