British Motor Museum Sunday Service | PH Review

We kicked off our 25th celebrations with the best of British in Gaydon

By Ben Lowden / Friday, 3 February 2023

Our event calendar is going to be a busy one this year, and we got off to a great start at the British Motor Museum last Sunday with more than 700 cars turning out for our first Sunday Service of 2023. 

We were blessed with dry weather and a whole host of colourful machinery to shake off the January blues. There was a wrapped Clio V6, what must be some of the first customer BMW M3 Tourings, Lotus Emiras and Toyota GR86s, and at least fifty Golf GTIs. So whether you (really) love hot hatches, supercars or EVs, there was something for everyone – and that was just the car park outside.

Heading into the museum, there was a bittersweet reminder of what we’ve lost from the British automotive industry over the years. But for those getting all misty-eyed over old Rovers and MGs, there were also reminders of how successful and innovative it still is. Fingers crossed there will be many more exhibits to add to the museum, and celebrated for decades to come.

We’d like to say a special thank you to the whole team at the British Motor Museum for opening their doors early for us and letting us take over their car parks for the day. Our next Sunday Service will be at Mercedes-Benz World on March 12 so keep an eye out for that launch very soon. Join in the conversation and share your photos on the event thread here.

If haven’t already registered your interest for our 25th anniversary party at Bicester Heritage on August 12 then you can do that here.

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