Event Report: April Breakfast Club

Event Report: April Breakfast Club


Sunday saw a huge turn out for Breakfast Club which was helped by the day being the hottest of the year so far.

As ever a wide variety of cars arrived at Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb for the monthly Breakfast Club, a social gathering of like minded enthusiasts and these include the Ford Focus RS Owners Club who met up en masse in a variety of interesting colours.

The most unusual sight was a Green Goddess as they are more commonly known. A Bedford RLHZ self propelled pump fire engine originally used by the Auxiliary Fire Service. The owner saying as he leant out the window “thought I would come in something bit more unusual”. Who knows what he will bring next month!

There wasn’t as many classics, but there was this immaculate Porsche 356 with air suspension to alter its ride height. A lovely little Triumph TR2, a Corvette Stingray and a beautiful Sunbeam amongst others.

One very rare car was the Subaru RB5 WR Sport PPP, one of only about 70 remaining. This was accompanied by a Tommi Makinen Edition Mitsubishi EVO VI. Rather appropriate as the MAC are celebrating the Group A rally car and The World Rally Car at Classic Nostalgia on the 22nd and 23rd July.

There was even a good spread of Lotuses (Loti??) including a near mirror image of an Exige and an Elise.

Next Breakfast Club is on the 14th May, anyone wishing to come is reminded to purchase or register in advance as this event is by Advanced Ticket only.