Date: Saturday 22nd July 2017
A unique motoring event for all pre-war car owners. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere among old friends and new. Prescott is owned and operated by the Bugatti Owners Club and the event is being hosted by the Vintage Minor Register. Untimed climbs will be available throughout the day for all pre-war cars – saloons included. No racing license, helmets or flameproof overalls are required, there is no scrutineering and you can take passengers including children up the hill.
Pre-War Prescott is going to be huge this year. We have a wide range of visiting vintage aircraft this year.
There will be at least 8 Hornets taking part. with the WHSC having their own stand in Wolseley Way!! Come and visit us
Location: Prescott House, Prescott, Cheltenham, Gloucs GL52 9RD
Location: Crystal Palace, London SE19 2GA
Date: Sunday 27th & Monday 28th August 2017
Held at Crystal Palace, one of the oldest venues used for racing in the world and the first place from which live televised motor-racing was ever broadcast, the event attracts racing drivers from all over the world and boasts some of the greatest names in motorsport taking a run around the circuit including Sir Stirling Moss, Jim Clark, Graham Hill and James Hunt.
This is a fantastic event held at an amazing venue, steeped in motoring history. they are looking to expand the motorsport offering, attracting more high profile and diverse cars as well as encouraging both modern and classic marques to make this a true celebration of all this motoring.”
Ron Turner is taking part on the Sunday
Date 2nd & 3rd September
Location: Beaulieu Motor Museum
The iconic and world-famous International Autojumble is the biggest outdoor sale of motoring items this side of the Atlantic and this year returns for it's 50th event!
With over 2000 stands at this signature Beaulieu event, each one groaning with all kinds of vintage and classic motoring ephemera, it is often said “If you can’t find it at Beaulieu it doesn’t exist!”
International Autojumble is regarded as the place to locate and purchase even the most elusive motoring parts, accessories, automobilia, literature, tools and clothing. There is something for everyone - and plenty of bargains to be had!
Visit the WHSC Stand no 269/270 in the green Field where a warm welcome and a glass or cup of something awaits, and a chance to rest those weary feet.
21st October 2017 - SE Region Autumn Evening Meal
The VSCC racing members are likely to be racing at Goodwood as part of the closing of the season and as previous years this will culminate in an evening meal for all members and guest.
To be held at Chichester Park Hotel, Chichester, W Sussex. For further information contact Simon Eames SE Secretary.
Location: Kop Hill, Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire HP27 0LB,
Date: Dates TBC September 2016
Kop Hill is a steep climb just outside Princes Risborough, a small market town nestling at the foot of the Chilterns in the heart of rural Buckinghamshire. It rises 304 feet in 3,848 feet, with a gradient of 1 in 4 at its steepest.
At the turn of the 20th century, Kop Hill was just a dirt track up an open scarp. Its surface was loose, stony, hard and bumpy, with a nasty rut at the top that could tear off motorcycle tyres, and a hump that launched many drivers and riders into the air.
Today Kop Hill has a smooth tarmac surface with gentle bends, and its verges are lushly wooded. It starts with a gradual slope but by the halfway mark reaches a 1 in 6 gradient. The road then eases off before getting even steeper at 1 in 4 for a short section just before the summit, showing the power and grace of some of the classic machines in our revival and challenging the older cars and bikes simply to make it to the top. Kop Hill Climb's unique combination of beautiful location, historical significance and family-fun day out has made it a major fixture on the historic motor sport calendar, with many thousands of visitors raising tens of thousands for charity each year.