From Thursday 5th November, Kimber House will be reducing to a skeleton staff in line with the latest guidance on the Coronavirus pandemic.
The MG Car Club is committed to following the latest UK Government advice on events and public gatherings. A new lockdown has arrived in England, but Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have their own localised restrictions. Our guidance remains in place. We expect England to return to regional restrictions after the current lockdown and will update these pages as soon […]
The MG Car Club has been shortlisted for four awards at the 2020 Classic & Sports Car Club Awards! Tune in tonight to see who the winners are.
On this week’s episode, we talk to Josh Langstaff about his introduction to MG, plus we hear from Rob Huff on his latest success with MG.
Why wait until 2030? That’s the question from MG Motor UK as it encourages new car buyers to look at its affordable, practical, and long-range electric cars.
With the December issue of Safety Fast! arriving on the doorsteps of members, we thought we’d give you a taste of what’s included in this month’s magazine.
The MG Car Club is delighted to be able to announce plans for a full race season in 2021. The six MG Car Club Championship rounds promise another exciting season of racing, with visits to some of the best tracks that the UK has to offer. The championship will enjoy a number of guests also, […]
The 2020 TCR China season ended last weekend with former BTCC driver Rob Huff and Zhang Zhendong taking the MG XPOWER team to win ‘Team of the Season’ and the ‘Model Cup’ for 2020. Huff, who previously competed in MG Car Club motorsport, took his 10th win at the iconic Macau circuit. In the second […]
On this week’s episode, we talk to Roger King, Chairman of the MG Car Club Midland Centre, plus we look over the recent position statement from the FBHVC.
The UK Government has revealed plans to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030 followed by the same sanctions being placed on all hybrid vehicles five years later, in 2035.The move is part of the UK Government’s £12 billion strategy for stimulating green industry and quite naturally has caused huge concern […]
The results of the 2020 National Historic Vehicle Survey have been announced by the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs. The summary results were revealed during the Virtual Lancaster Classic Motor Show with Discovery, filmed at the NEC this month. Historically, the Federation has undertaken this major survey every 5 years, the most recent being […]
On this week’s episode, we chat with Classic Car Weekly Editor, David Simister. Plus we uncover a fascinating article by Cecil Kimber.