The British Race Festival puts cars in the spotlight that made up the streetscape in the 60s, 70s and 80s. The Concours d’Alledaags gives visitors an overview of the cars their parents, their neighbors or maybe themselves drove at one point in history. Do you own a car that could have been spotted in almost every street previously? Sign up!
The Concours d’Alledaags is open to 100 cars, 40 from British manufacturers and 60 from the rest of the world. Every model that left the showrooms in significant numbers between 1960 and 1989 is welcome! Think of the Mini, Ford Escort, Austin Metro and Rover 200.
Popular cars ‘from the continent’ are for instance the Citroën 2CV, the DAF models, Volkswagen Beetle, Opel Kadett, Renault 5 and the Fiat 127.
Unfortunately, these cars have almost completely disappeared from the streetscape. During the British Race Festival you’ll be able to see them again: A sure trip down memory lane!