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Hundreds of BMWs head to Gaydon

Published 28 June 2016

Hundreds of BMWs will descend on the British Motor Museum in August. More than 1500 vehicles are expected for the annual BMW Car Club National Festival at Gaydon, Warwickshire, on Sunday, 14 August.

The event, which is Europe’s largest gathering of BMW’s, will celebrate 100 years of BMW with a range of classics and moderns. Expect models from M Power, Alpina, ZED, as well a range of BMW-made MINIs.

As well as static displays, there will be a driving arena, concours competition, live music, a rolling road, show and shine, trade stands and a special display with 100 cars forming the 100 figure.

Tickets cost £17 for adults, £9 for children (under 5’s are free) and £45 for a family. Entry to the Museum is also included in the ticket price. Discounted tickets are available in advance from the BMW Car Club Office on 01970 267 989. To find out more visit the British Motor Museum website.

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