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Roll up and be part of the show


The clocks have barely fallen back for winter, yet Club Audi are looking firmly to the future as our 2024 calendar of events continues to grow. Some of our members will be at the Sunday Scrambles announced by Bicester Heritage for January, April and October. We will have our regular stand at the Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show at the NEC in March.


April sees our AGM and Annual Concours at the British Motor Museum, Gaydon, a venue we return to In May for The Ultimate German Car Meet. June now has the Thruxton Historic meet locked in and July sees a return to Wallop Wings and Wheels.


August Bank Holiday will see us attending the Gloucester Goes Retro, Gosport Vehicle Rally and the Shalbourne Classic Car and Motorbike show.


In September we'll be having a relaxing weekend away in the North Yorkshire National Park and Lake District.


We're waiting for dates for Simply Audi at Beaulieu, Performance German Day at Castle Combe, the Stow on the Wold classic show and number of other events.


All of the events we attend have one thing in common, a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. Making new friends and catching up with existing friends, enjoy some relaxed conversation and sitting down for a picnic lunch are standard fare. People join us for the shared enthusiasm for the four rings, then stay for the friendships and memories made.


Our calendar is filling up and we are looking forward to putting our cars on display and meeting up with fellow enthusiasts around the country. The only criteria for joining us is that your car is an Audi (or Audi powered) and that it's roadworthy.


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