We return to the Bicester Heritage site, for a slightly warmer episode of the increasingly popular Sunday Scramble events. It conicides with the national Drive it day allowing owners of pre 1990’s car to either start or finish their day at the venue
Cars cover much of the 348 acre site, with technical and airfield areas being the point of interest, although the hangers and open space in front of them often display the very best of traders and cars. Regularly selling out within weeks of announcement, it’s always best to prebook tickets.
Plenty of opportunities to peer into working workshops.
Porsche GB have established a small but always active presence at the event. They have taken over the former firestation as their base.
An enclosed area housing donors and restoration projects for the apprentices.
Plenty of social areas and cafes to chat and enjoy the ambiance…
…or you might want to take advantage of the green spaces to indulge in a spring time picnic.
A photographers dream, with plenty to see and share.
A small number of traders occupy an area, helping to start kick off a lifetimes interest.
The club parking on the airfield was impressively filled.
Although not all workshops are accessible to the public, many of the businesses kindly open their doors for a peak.
As it’s national Drive it day, its only natural after visiting Bicester Heritage, owners are eager to enjoy the country lanes for the rest of day.