Stellar lineup at Classic Motor Show
The MG Car Club is thrilled to reveal the full lineup of MGs that will be showcased on the Club’s stand at the Classic Motor Show this weekend (11 – 13 November), with over £1million worth of cars, spanning the marque’s history, on display.
Tony Pond’s Metro 6R4, Mike Brewer’s MGA and Louise Allen’s MG ZR have all been announced so far, linking with the ‘heroes and heroines’ theme at this year’s show.
The impressive lineup continues as the cars listed above will be joined by an MG RV8, MG K3008 and the MGA – ‘LBL301’ representing MG’s 1950s glory days at Le Mans.
The RV8 launched in 1992 as MG’s first sports car since the ever-popular MGB and reignited the brand, paving the way for the MGF.
In 1933, MG revealed the MG K3. It proved to be very successful on the race circuit, winning its class at the Mille Miglia and taking the Ulster TT outright in the same year.
Alongside the MGs on show, the Club will be running its Silverstone ‘Hot Lap Challenge’ giving show go-ers the chance to race an MGB GT around the home of British motorsport, with the fastest lap winning some exclusive prizes.
The future of Mike Brewer’s MGA will also be decided on the Club stand, with visitors voting on whether the car should be restored or not.
General Manager Adam Sloman said: “This year’s stand at the Classic Motor Show should definitely raise a few eyebrows. We’ve worked hard to select a group of cars that really engage with the show’s theme, and each MG really is a hero to the marque in its own right.
“With the display of cars, our young members’ scheme and Mike’s MGA, we have something for everyone and we look forward to seeing everyone at the show.
Come and see the MG Car Club at the Classic Motor Show on stand 580 in Hall 4.