Our events are organised by the same experienced Volunteer Officials who worked for the Motor Sports Association (MSA), running their highly successful Euroclassic for more than 20 years, so you can rest assured you will be in good hands.
Our Scenic Ireland Tour on Tuesday 13th - Monday 19th September 2016 was a great success. A full review will be available online shortly.
We are now planning our tours for 2017 - a long weekend early Summer Tour starting in Oxfordshire and we are looking at three options for the September 2017 Euroclassic - Germany, Southern France or Northern Spain.
Read the review of our Summer Tour to Cumbria & Yorkshire
on Friday 20th - Sunday 22nd May 2016
We are committed to organising high quality car tours which are fully supported by experienced Officials and Technicians throughout the event. We pride ourselves on ensuring you have a variety of checkpoints to make each day different and memorable. We endeavour to find unusual venues to intrigue you and scenic driving routes to keep you smiling all the way to your hotel each night.
Initial feedback from participants on the 2016 Euroclassic Scenic Ireland Tour
- Many thanks to you & the team for a great week in Ireland - scenery spectacular, company good, interesting visits and everything laid on. Even the weather was quite good for Ireland!
- Back home after a truly wonderful trip - Ireland will go down as one of the greats
- We would like to thank you and the team for the wonderful time we had. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The hotels, food and company were excellent; the scenery breathtaking, with superb driving roads. As usual, the organisation was of a high standard.
- In my opinion one of the very best tours of all the Euroclassic days
All our tours include the following:
Review of 2015 Euroclassic by Tony Merrygold
Tony Merrygold wrote up his experiences of the 2015 Euroclassic Tour of Brittany and the Loire for the February 2016 edition of Jaguar Driver Magazine.
We’ve completed a classic tour across Europe annually for the past 18 years, 6 of them in a TR6 but most in an E-Type. We are now on our 3rd E-Type having started with a 1970 SII 2+2, then a 1970 Coupe and we now have a 1970 Roadster. We were one of four generations of Jaguar sports cars among the 24 cars on this  September’s Euroclassic organised by the European Classic Touring Club. The other Jaguars being a 1955 XK140, a 1985 XJS, bought a couple of years ago from Ebay for less than £1,000 and a 1996 XK8 Convertible....................... The full article can be read here.