Provincial Presence at the Start of The Classic 300

The Classic 300 launched on Sunday 21st May 2017 with a large gathering of vehicles at Windsor Great Park. Travelling gavels (made from con-rods) will be carried on the runs visiting many famous circuits and motoring venues, including the Isle of Man’s TT circuit, and will eventually arrive at Brooklands motor circuit in Weybridge, Surrey, in October, where the event ends. Routes are organised regionally and it is hoped up to a thousand vehicles will participate.

The Province of North Wales was represented at the event and the first stage by W.Bro David Kelly and his Daimler Doublesix previously owned by HM Queen Elizabeth II.

The Classic 300 launched on Sunday 21st May 2017 with a large gathering of vehicles at Windsor Great Park. Travelling gavels (made from con-rods) will be carried on the runs visiting many famous circuits and motoring venues, including the Isle of Man’s TT circuit, and will eventually arrive at Brooklands motor circuit in Weybridge, Surrey, in October, where the event ends. Routes are organised regionally and it is hoped up to a thousand vehicles will participate.

W.Bro Kelly said “It was a privilege to meet HRH the Duke of Kent and provide a North Wales Province presence at the start of the Masonic Classic 300, in Windsor on Sunday.”

Provincial Presence at the Start of The Classic 300

The Classic 300 launched on Sunday 21st May 2017 with a large gathering of vehicles at Windsor Great Park. Travelling gavels (made from con-rods) will be carried on the runs visiting many famous circuits and motoring venues, including the Isle of Man’s TT circuit, and will eventually arrive at Brooklands motor circuit in Weybridge, Surrey, in October, where the event ends. Routes are organised regionally and it is hoped up to a thousand vehicles will participate.

The Province of North Wales was represented at the event and the first stage by W.Bro David Kelly and his Daimler Doublesix previously owned by HM Queen Elizabeth II.

The Classic 300 launched on Sunday 21st May 2017 with a large gathering of vehicles at Windsor Great Park. Travelling gavels (made from con-rods) will be carried on the runs visiting many famous circuits and motoring venues, including the Isle of Man’s TT circuit, and will eventually arrive at Brooklands motor circuit in Weybridge, Surrey, in October, where the event ends. Routes are organised regionally and it is hoped up to a thousand vehicles will participate.

W.Bro Kelly said “It was a privilege to meet HRH the Duke of Kent and provide a North Wales Province presence at the start of the Masonic Classic 300, in Windsor on Sunday.”

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