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The date for this year's Brooklands Double Twelve is the 16th and 17th June which also
happens to be the 105th anniversary of the opening of the Brooklands Circuit and the 50th
anniversary of the Alfa Romeo Giulia 105. They have several new classes for the two day
Driving Concours including a special class to celebrate the Alfa Romeo Giulia
105 Series Spiders, Sprints, Saloons and Sprint Speciale cars as well as the popular
prewar sports and touring car classes. And once again the VSCC Double Twelve Speed Trials
will be running on the Mercedes-Benz World Circuit on the Saturday.
Please click on the link above to read more.
APRIL UPDATE! THE DRIVING CONCOURS CLASS FOR 105 SERIES ALFAS -
For GTAs, GTVs, Sprint GTs and Spiders for the 105 class. For other Alfas there are other classes to think about including a Coupe des Dames class for lady drivers only! Both pre and post war cars are eligible. The Spirit of Brooklands classes covers cars that would be eligible to race at Brooklands. The Touring classes are also suitable for many makes of cars.
There is now a convoy coming from Milan involving a number of prominent Italian collectors. So far we know that there will be a number of Giulia prototypes coming on that tour as well as a number of other very interesting Alfas and other marques. The president of the ASI and the President of the National Museum of Turin will also be attending the event and will present a trophy for the most beautiful Italian car in the Driving Concours competition.
The Driving Concours is a two day event and consists of driving tests on the Saturday including a timed Test Hill ascent as well as tests on the Brooklands Banking and Finishing Straight. All entrants receive 2 admission tickets as well as entrants hospitality including refreshments and lunch over the two days in the entrants hospitality suite. The Driving Concours is great fun and can get highly competitive in a very ‘friendly’ way! On Sunday the cars are judged in a concours and the combined scores will lead to an overall class winner. These class winners are then judged to find an overall winner of the Double Twelve Trophy. Awards will be presented by HRH Prince Michael of Kent on the Sunday afternoon.
Each class will consist of 12 cars only and places are going fast so if you would like to spread the word sooner rather than later that would be marvellous!