January 14th 2017 British Motor Museum Gaydon
Eventbrite web link for tickets now live & Forum line up announced
Tickets are now on sale for the Motoring News Rally Championship Forum which takes place at the British Motor Museum after the HRCR Open Day on the 14th January from 5.00pm to 9.30pm.
We are planning to put on an evening during which you will be able to meet and listen to some of the main protagonists from those 27 golden years, both drivers and navigators. It will be an all ticket event limited to 200 places with tickets at £17.50 each with a meal or £12.50 without a meal. There will also be a bar open during the event. We anticipate demand will be high for tickets so please order your tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
The evening will be hosted by Howard Davies a well-known navigator and co-driver who has sat with the likes of Gwyndaf Evans. Proceedings will open with Graham Robson and Rob Lyall giving the audience an insight into how the Championship began in 1961 and the early years. This will be followed by Howard Davies talking to some of the well known drivers and navigators who took part in the championship including Don Barrow, John Bloxham, Bill Gwynne, Nigel Raeburn, David Kirkham, Bob Bean, Roger Moran, Richard Harper, Peter Watts & Peter Vaughan.
Please use the URL below to access the Eventbrite ticket website to order your tickets. The meals offered will be a homemade meat pie, veg & chips and a vegetarian alternative. Meals will be available from 4.00 pm to 5.00 pm and during a break in the Forum between 7.00 pm and 8.00 pm. YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ORDER MEALS ON THE NIGHT SO IF YOU WANT SOMETHING TO EAT PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ORDER THE TICKET WITH MEAL.
Please print out your ticket and bring it with you on the day as this will be the only way that you will be able to gain access to the forum and obtain your meal.
If you have ordered a meal please choose between meat pie or vegetarian option.
If you have any problems with ordering tickets please E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org