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Slippery when wet

Just when the first big event of the show season for Audi enthusiasts was peering over the horizon, the weather saw it slide out of it's April slot and into mid-July. Here's to bright, dry weather for SIMPLY Audi on Sunday 14th July 2024. Whilst quattro may help with traction in this inclement weather, it can't help events keep their grip on the calendar.


For many of us, that will mean that the first big outdoor gathering of Audi enthusiasts in 2024 will be the Club Audi AGM and Annual Concours, which will be held at the British Motor Museum, Gaydon on Saturday 20th April 2024. This year we will be joined by members of the Audi 100S club, adding to the classic attendance at the event.


Whilst the AGM and Concours are for Club Audi members only, non-members are welcome to attend. Why not come along to meet fellow enthusiasts, add to the vibe on the day and enjoy a great day out? There will be Audi Only designated parking right outside the museum, in front of the Club Audi and 100S Club gathering. Club Audi will be offering vouchers for a reduced price day ticket entry to the museum for non-members attending in their Audi. Oh, yes! There will be a wonderful piece of Audi history on display, courtesy of #audiuk and their heritage collection. Don't forget your cameras and make sure you have plenty of memory left on your phone.


The re-scheduling of SIMPLY Audi offers our members the opportunity of a weekend of fresh air and great company! Club Audi will be attending Wallop Wings & Wheels at the Museum of Army Flying, Middle Wallop on Saturday 13th April 2024. This event is great day out, mixing great company with classic and supercars, classic aircraft, the museum and the rolling downland scenery of Salisbury Plain.




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