1903: The Ladies' Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland began its temporary tenancy in a Drawing Room of the Hans-Crescent Hotel.
1898: French car manufacturer Renault was founded in Paris
1912: Winner of the race for the last two years, David Bruce-Brown killed while practising for the American Grand Prize
Discover the Royal Automobile Club's long history of presenting awards for outstanding endeavour and commitment in motoring and motor sport, and see how these achievements continue today.
A sneak peek at the latest cars to be showcased in the magnificent rotunda in the Pall Mall clubhouse.
Take a glimpse into authentic motoring history in Britain through the Club's collection of former RAC patrol vehicles.
As Britain's first and most influential motoring organisation, the Royal Automobile Club was born over a hundred years ago out of a love of motoring.