all marques 1900 upwards competition vehicles about 80 static 150, touring 50+ The essence of the weekend is to create a friendly and relaxed atmosphere in our beautiful Island and there are opportunities for car and motorcycle enthusiasts to use and display their “pride and joy” whether this be a veteran, vintage or classic, touring or competition car or motorcycle. The event is run by the Classic & Vintage Motor Racing Club of Jersey and is open to participants in two main ways. Touring This is open to all cars and motorcycles and all drivers holding the relevant road licenses and insurance. There can’t be a better way to see the Island of Jersey than from the seat of your classic (or modern classic). Hill Climbs and Sprint Events This is your chance to put your classic vehicle through its paces. Cars manufactured prior to 1978 are eligible along with motorcycles prior to 1980. Car drivers must hold an MSA Nat B (non race licence), and motorcycle riders can obtain ACU one day licenses if they do not hold an ACU competition License.
***No 2019 information available yet for this event*** The RUBiS Jersey International Motoring Festival is the largest annual motoring event in the Channel Islands, comprising competitive sprint and hillclimbs for classic & vintage cars and motorcycles. There is a full programme of events for touring cars and motorcycles and the largest static motor show in the Channel Islands featuring motor and ancillary trade stands and exhibits from all Jersey motoring clubs.
Location: St Quen/ St Helier
Region: South West
The Jersey International Motoring Festival is the largest annual motoring event in the Channel Islands, comprising competitive sprint and hillclimbs for classic & vintage cars and motorcycles
Contact Name: Julie Salmon
Contact Address: 11 Victoria Court, Victoria Road, St Saviour, Jersey, JE2 7QB Tel: 01534 767726 Mobile: 07797 715828
View Website: http://jimf.je
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Standard Admission (£): Free to spectate
Admission with classic car (£): See organiser