They are now in their third year for Brooklands Classic Breakfasts which are being served between 8 am to 9 45 am giving you plenty of time to get ready for the first run of the day in your classic or vintage car starting at 10 30 am.
Classic car owners will be able to attempt to get up Test Hill that is renowned for being so steep. It certainly proves to be a real challenge for some older vehicles at what is the oldest racing track built specifically for that purpose.
Whether you have an interest in classic cars, vintage cars, vintage motorcycles or vintage commercial vehicles you will be most welcome to attend the events. These events are proving to be very popular due to the location and the range of classic vehicles on display.
Breakfasts are served in the Edwardian clubhouse at the delightful Sunbeam Café where you can also enjoy a warm cup of tea or coffee.
You will also be pleased to read that prices have been brought down this year perhaps due to a reflection of what is happening in the economy here in the UK with entry only costing £12 for seniors and adults and £6 for kids between the ages of 5 to 12. Those children under the age of 5 can get in for nothing unless they are having breakfast in which case they will be charged £6. For those paying, breakfast is also included in the price of entry plus you also gain access to the exhibits in the excellent museum.
The first Brooklands Classic Breakfast event of 2013 – the winter one, will take place on Sunday 10 th February and promises to be a day of great enjoyment for classic car enthusiasts. The Spring Classic Breakfast is scheduled for May 19th which will also tie in with the Rudge Motorcycle Owner’s Day.The Autumn Classic Breakfast is to take place on the 22 nd September that coincides with the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts Day