Bicester Heritage Sunday Scramble - 6 January 2019

Planning a get-together, or want to tell us about a track day ?
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Sunday 6 January 2019

Join us for the first Sunday Scramble of the year taking place on 6th January – a great way to clear the head and the engine!

Buy Club Member Vehicle Tickets - LDC Discount Code LDCJA19

Click on the ‘Enter Promo Code’ link towards the top of the ‘Tickets’ block on the booking page and input your club discount code LDCJA19. The club ticket option will then become visible in the list of ticket options for you to select. Please note, if the Classic Vehicle ticket is purchased instead of the Club Vehicle ticket, there will not be a space allocated in the club parking display area.

Founded in 2014 the Sunday Scramble began as a ‘cars and coffee’ get together amidst the early stages of our restoration works.

Four years on and the Sunday Scramble is an event of national repute, attracting enthusiasts from across the UK and Europe, offering the opportunity to explore the former RAF Bicester base, the restored wartime buildings and the specialists businesses based here.

Starting with some 100 visitors at the first Scramble in 2014, the event has grown significantly with over 6,000 visitors gathering at Bicester Heritage for the ‘Drive It Day’ Scramble, April 2018.

Having been off limits to the public for the best part of one hundred years in the hands of the RAF and MOD, historic vehicle owners and enthusiasts can now drive through the gates to this once hidden location and spend a Sunday morning freely exploring the Technical Site, specialists businesses based here and bring their own vehicles to add to the diverse display of machinery that makes this event so spectacular.
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Really would have liked to make this but too many post-holiday chores. Bicester is becoming a really special place for petrolheads.
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