Motoring

The Royal Automobile Club is Britain’s longest standing and historically most influential motoring organisation. Founded in 1897 – when ‘horseless carriages’ were regarded with scepticism and suspicion – to promote automobilism, the Club is proud of its contribution to motoring and motor sport.

Today the focus has shifted towards the membership, with a flourishing range of activities now being offered including automotive factory tours, motoring dinners at both clubhouses, participation in world-class concours events and drive-ins to Woodcote Park.

 

Motoring at the Club

The Royal Automobile Club is Britain’s longest standing and historically most influential motoring organisation. Founded in1897 – when ‘horseless carriages’…
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Motoring Events and Activities

The Club offers members a flourishing range of motoring activities, including factory tours, participation in world-class concours events, drive-ins, film…
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Motoring News and Reports

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Rotunda Cars

A wide variety of cars – from veterans to prototypes – grace the rotunda at Pall Mall. Here is a…
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Trophies and Awards

Throughout its history the Royal Automobile Club has awarded trophies to commemorate outstanding endeavour and commitment in the fields of…
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The Motor House

The Motor House at Woodcote Park accommodates the Club’s heritage vehicles, including automobiles from the RAC patrol fleet and those…
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The Heritage Fleet

The Club’s Heritage Fleet, based at Woodcote Park, provides an authentic glimpse into Britain’s motoring history. These patrol vehicles of…
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