The BRM Association’s track day is a yearly tradition, and is ideal for members who are both active within the racing scene and those who just want to drive their car in a casual, friendly setting.
At the moment, the line-up is yet to be confirmed, but the track day usually features a mix of BRM Grand Prix cars, BRM-engined Lotus cars, plus other racing cars that raced during the BRM period. There will also be a lunchtime parade of Rover 200 BRM LE production cars.
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The event is open only to BRM Association members and their guests – if you’d like to join, you can find out more on the BRM Association website.