25th British Calssic Car Meeting in St. Moritz

In 2018 the British Classic Car Meeting celebrates its 25th anniversary. From Thursday 5th July to Sunday 8th July 2018 the Engadine will witness a parade of the British classic cars.

Since 1994, around 200 classic cars from the brands Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Aston Martin & Lagonda, Jaguar & Daimler, Austin-Healey & Healy have met each year in July in St. Moritz for touring, regularity test (rally) and the ‘Concourse d’Elégance’. In the ‘Open Class’, a limited number of classic vehicles from other British companies, year of construction 1960 or earlier, are allowed to take part in the British Classic Car Meeting St. Moritz by invitation. This distinguished gathering of vintage cars from Great Britain is a celebration of high-class elegance with a backdrop of the Engadin Valley.

The club has planned a magnificent Jubilee celebration with a very special program for attendees and participants: On Thursday, 5th July will be a welcome party at the «Swinging sixties» followed by Friday where guests are invited to take part on the «Easy Driving Day». The highlight will be the «Horse shoe challenge»; a hill climb along the world-famous St. Moritz Bob Run.

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