The National Metro & Mini Show 2018
Join Metropower on 3rd June for the biggest Metro specific show of the year! The event take place in the grounds of the recently-refurbished British Motor Museum at Gaydon.
What is the National Metro and Mini show?
The National Metro and Mini show is a one day show for all Metro, Mini and MINI ( BMW ) owners and all the variants that go with these iconic British cars. Both Metropower and Metro Owners Club will be in attendance which should see a great variety of cars, from the earliest 1980's A-Series right up to the modified performance Metros and Rover 100s.
Over 500 vehicles will be on display showing the variety of these small, but versatile marques. Through out the day there will be a number of competitive and social competitions taking place such as the 'Clean Me' award for the dirtiest car, the 'Beige' award for the most boring colour scheme, the 'Mini Me' award for the car that looks most like its owner and finally the 'Rusty but Running' award for the rustiest but road legal car (!)
The British Motor Museum is home to the world’s largest collection of historic British Cars; it boasts nearly 300 cars in its collection which span the classic, vintage and veteran eras.
Situated in the small village of Gaydon, Warwickshire, just off junction 12 of the M40. The Museum building is a spectacular piece of architecture with an art deco design, whilst the Collections Centre building is a modern contrast. Together they stand proudly in a beautifully landscaped setting of 65 acres, which rolls out onto the Warwickshire countryside.
The Museum and Collections Centre at the British Motor Museum house the collections of the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust which cares for the largest collection of historic British cars in the world, along with an archive containing more than one million objects, from photographs and film, to publicity material and technical records.
For Metro fans sights on display include:
- Metro-based MGF "pizza delivery" mule
- Metro notchback saloon prototype
- 6-cylinder Metro prototype
- the last ever Rover 100
- Metro 6R4
- Sunday, 3rd June 2018
- 10am onwards
- Let us know you're coming... post on the Metropower Facebook page
Conditions of entry
The show opens at 10am and tickets are available on the day, but discounted tickets are available in advance online. Tickets to the show also include entry to the Museum and the Collections Centre.
To qualify for discounted tickets you must book in advance using the link below:
Vehicle entry is only £7 per vehicle and includes a ticket for the driver and passenger to the show and Museum.
Entrants can camp in the grounds of the Museum overnight for a discounted advance price of £10 per person for 1-2 people or £25 for a pitch of 3 people or more. On the day it's £15 per person for 1-2 people and £35 for 3 people or more.
Competitions and Awards
There are various competitions for vehicle entrants to get involved in and plenty of awards to be won. Test your driving skills and composure in the Precision Slow Driving competition. More prizes are on offer in the Concours, including novice classes and a fun 'Show'n'shine' where entrants get to judge each other's cars. Take a look at the competitions and awards below:
- Show’n’Shine - Enter on the day
- Precision Slow Driving - Enter on the day
- Best Club Stand
- Spirit of the Show
- Best in Show
- Best Novice in Concours
- Classic Mini 1959 - 1969
- Classic Mini 1970 - 1979
- Classic Mini 1980 - 1989
- Classic Mini 1990 onwards
- Classic Mini modified
- MINI 2001 - 2009
- MINI 2010 onwards
- Rover 100
- The 'Clean Me' award for the dirtiest car
- The 'Beige' award for the most boring colour scheme
- The 'Mini Me' award for the car that looks most like its owner – or visa versa!
- The 'Rusty but Running' award for the rustiest but road legal car
Enter the above noncours classes on the day.
For more information and details on the National Motor Museum click the link below:
- BMM_EventAd_MiniMetroShow_A5_Final.pdf (186 Downloads)