Since its second running in 2014, the Royal Automobile Club 1000 Mile Trial has become the must-do event for pre-war vehicle owners (registered before 1940), having already received so many accolades and awards.
Entries are already open for the 2017 running of the award-winning Royal Automobile Club 1000 Mile Trial, which will run over four and a half days in July.
Routes will be carefully selected to give the best possible driving experience for vintage car owners, the average daily distance will be around 150 miles. The route will be largely defined by a tulip style road book printed on waterproof paper, to add some variety a number of regularities will have their route defined on easy to follow Ordnance Survey maps.
New for 2017 will be the addition of a class for cars up to 1949, entry into this class (maximum of eight cars) will be judged on individual merit and cars will compete for class awards only.