Classic club members are invited to test their motoring knowledge and enter a team in the FBHVC Club Challenge, held at the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, from the 11th to 13th November at Birmingham’s NEC. Each day teams of three enthusiastic club members representing their car club will compete in a quiz on the Live Stage at the NEC season finale. The FBHVC (Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs) is offering £150 to the winning club each day.
There will also be the chance for the audience to get involved and win prizes of their own by showing off their own motoring acumen.
FBHVC Chairman David Whale said: “We want as many clubs as possible to enter a team with the winners each day taking home £150 for club funds. TV motoring celebrity and serial classic car enthusiast, Ant Anstead will be asking the questions so its guaranteed to be a fun event.”
To enter a club team, email your team’s name, the club you are representing, your contact details and the day you wish to compete to Rosy Pugh at firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for entries is Friday November 4th.
This year at the show The Federation will host on their stand a team of young Restoration Apprentices from Rolls Royce specialists, P&A Wood. They will be exhibiting a very special car prepared for the show by themselves.
FBHVC exists to protect the rights of its members, over 500 UK motoring clubs, to use the public highway with their historic vehicles. It does this by engaging with Government and its agencies through its team of volunteers. Over 250,000 enthusiasts are represented by FBHVC in this way.