Saturday July 27th, 2019 — British Cars of New Hampshire’s Show of Dreams
British Cars of New Hampshire is again having their Show of Dreams at the Alvirne Hills Field House in Hudson New Hampshire. The event is scheduled fro 10:00am to 3:00pm on Saturday, July 27th. This show benefits the High Hopes Foundation of NH and the New Hampshire Food Bank.
This years Featured Marque is Jaguar – XK120. XK140, XK150, XKE, XKR, XK8 (Dave??) and F-Type.
For more details click on the following link: — https://www.bcnh.org/show-of-dreams/
Sunday July 28th 2019 — NE Triumph’s ‘Day of Triumph’
On Sunday July 28th the New England Triumph club is sponsoring their annual ‘Day of Triumph’ at the Larz Anderson Museum in Brookline, Mass. For details please check out the museum’s website at https://larzanderson.org/2019lawnevents/
Sunday August 11th 2019
CTR vs CT-MG’s Miniature Golf Challenge
This year’s annual CTR vs. CT MG Miniature Golf Challenge will be held on Sunday, August 11th at Farmington Miniature Golf Course and Ice Cream Parlor.
An area of the parking lot will again be closed off just for our LBC parking. Please arrive by 10:45 AM for a start time of 11 AM.
For more info on the facility, go to http://www.farmingtonminiaturegolf.com
After golfing, all are invited for hamburgers and hot dogs at the home of Jay and Linda Jablonski in nearby Avon. Please RSVP to the Jablonski’s at email@example.com if you are planning to stop by their house for lunch after golf.
Here are some photo’s of last years fun event!!
Sunday, Sept 22nd 2019 — British Wheels on the Green
Please set aside September 22nd (Sunday) to enjoy your British ride and a polo match all for $20 per car. (If you pre-register at JCSNE.org it is only $15.) This year the show will again be held at the Farmington Polo Grounds. The venue even offers a gourmet food truck close by.! After the show at 3:00pm there will again be a free Polo match for everyone to attend!
Questions? Ask Bon Aldridge at 860 482-9849 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Fri-Sat-Sun September 27-28-29th
British Reliability Run
Find out all about this year’s Run, go to their dedicated page CLICK HERE
Oct 6th, 2019 — 14th Annual Cartoberfest Car Show
Everyone welcome – if you love your ride, show it!
Door Prizes – NASCAR tickets for Dover, Pocono, New Hampshire , Charlotte, Lime Rock, Hockey and baseball games. Theatre Tickets – Bridge St. Live, Warner Theatre, Infinity Theatre. Restaurant Certificates – Saybrook Fish House, Georges, Edisons, etc and much much more…….
Great Food – Famous Firehouse Clam Chowder
On Stage ‘Whiskey Rebels’
Oh, and lets not forget, a Rose for the Ladies!
100% of the proceeds are donated to the New Hartford Volunteer Fire & Rescue. Always a good time and a great place to meet new friends. Spectators Welcome.
October 11, 2019 to Sunday, October 13, 2019
This Columbus Day weekend, set sail for Plymouth, Massachusetts, and the Cape Cod British Car Club’s annual three-day celebration of British motoring. Get your land legs Friday night at the Meet-and-Greet social. Then on Saturday, tour the back roads of Boston’s quaint South Shore harbors and villages, or join us on a “Discover Plymouth” scavenger ride. Reward yourself that evening at a banquet at the Plimoth Plantation.
Finish your visit Sunday by viewing classic British cars (10 AM to 3 PM) on a large field that will also feature vendors, food and beverage trucks, and a tent with tables and chairs where you can relax and enjoy your refreshments. The Sunday show is free and includes ample parking. Cash donations to benefit Pilgrim Squadron Civil Air Patrol cadets are encouraged. Friday and Saturday events, and entry of a British vehicle in the show, are by registration.
Cape Cod British Car Club: http://capecodbritishcarclub.camp7.org/19th-Annual-BLW
Questions? Email: email@example.com
SHOW LOCATION: Plymouth Municipal Airport, 246 South Meadow Road
Plymouth, MA. 10am to 3 pm
October 25th – 27th 2019
THE GREAT AMERICAN MOUNTAIN RALLY
Invitation from Gary Hamilton to enter the 2019 event……….
I wanted to reach out to you about this year’s rally. With support from the New England Region SCCA and personnel from local sports car clubs I know that this event will rival & hopefully exceed last year’s event. Many have reached out to me offering support in running the event; to those my profound thanks.
History of the Great American Mountain Rallye
The flag dropped on the very first GAMR on Thanksgiving Day of 1953 and the rally continued every November through 1957. Described in the April 1956 issue ofAuto Age as “America’s longest, toughest, and coldest rallye,” the races attracted driving teams from across America, Europe and Scandinavia. Conducted the weekend of American Thanksgiving, the rally typically featured challenging snowy weather through New York’s Adirondack, New Hampshire’s White, and Vermont’s Green Mountains. Tire chains were an absolute must!
In its day the Great American Mountain Rallye attracted top teams from around the world. The Rootes team entered Sheila van Damm in 1953 and 1954. Stirling Moss also competed in this rally in 1954. The great Maurice Gastonides, the 1953 Monte Carlo Rally winner, was a competitor as well. One year, multi-time world driving champion, Juan Manual Fangio was the official starter.
The current event includes 3 days of Rallying. Day 1 will start in the Capital District of New York State and run Northerly thought the center of the Adirondack Park to Lake Placid; the site of the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics with lodging at an exclusive inn. Day 2 of the event will include a loop from Lake Placid North and West to the Saint Regis and Saranac Lake Regions and will end back at our exquisite host inn. Day 3 will see us travelling East through the High Peaks and Keene Valley to Lake Champlain where a short ferry ride will take you across the lake to Vermont. The last leg of day 3 will take us South through the Western edge of Vermont and the Green Mountain Forest, including a number of the infamous ‘gaps” that traverse the Green Mountains. The culmination of the rally will once again end at Hemmings Motor News (our host from last year) with a scoring and a reception in the museum.
Preliminary Itinerary: (mileages subject to change based upon final reconnaissance runs.)
Thursday Oct 24th
- Lodging in Saratoga Springs New York.
- A private wine and cheese reception at Saratoga Auto Museum (museum closed to the public).
- Final Registration
- Rally preview and school
Friday October 25th
- Rally start at Saratoga Auto Museum
- Approximately a 200 mile route to Lake Placid New York.
- Lodging at a fine Inn on Mirror Lake in downtown Lake Placid, including dinner in a private function room.
Saturday October 26th
- Saturday morning Breakfast at Inn and start of day 2.
- Approximately a 150 mile loop route starting and ending in Lake Placid.
- Dinner and lodging at Inn
Sunday October 27th
- Sunday morning Breakfast at Inn and start of day 3.
- Approximately a 200 mile route to Vermont ending at Hemmings Motor News.
- Scoring, awards and luncheon.
Additional details and package pricing will follow upon final negotiations with food and lodging vendors.
Here are some links about last years rally:
Save the date Oct 25th-27th 2019! Updates will be posted as we get closer to the actual event. In the meantime please feel free to reach out to me with any questions.
Gary J. Hamilton Rally Master GAMRR 2018/2019 firstname.lastname@example.org