Beaulieu will be thinking smart on Sunday 13th November, as scores of the smallest cars on the roads will be driving to one of the south’s leading motoring destinations to join Simply Smart.
The last event in Beaulieu’s busy and successful 2022 events calendar, the rally on Remembrance Sunday will bring a colourful selection of Smart cars to the grounds of the National Motor Museum, celebrating the cheeky city cars in all of their different guises.
All variants of these cheeky motors are invited to park up in the display, from the classic ForTwo, to the family-friendly ForFour and sporty Smart Roadster.
If miniature motors are your thing, then be sure to head inside the National Motor Museum to see historic examples of space-saving transport solutions. The tiny 1964 Peel P50 is an iconic microcar from yesteryear, and be sure not to miss the 1962 BMW Isetta 300 bubble car, as well as the diminutive 1985 Sinclair C5. While the compact 1976 AC 70 Carriage is just one of the objects in the brand new exhibition, The Story of Motoring in 50 Objects, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the National Motor Museum.
It will be your last chance to see Bond in Motion – No Time To Die, as this remarkable exhibition, showcasing the vehicles from the latest Bond film, finishes on 15th November. Don’t miss out!
Event-goers can vote for their favourite Smart car of the show in the People’s Choice Award, with the winner receiving a Beaulieu trophy and an Autoglym prize. Voting is open to all visitors until 1pm that day, with the presentation taking place at 2pm.
Participants are encouraged to buy their tickets in advance by clicking here. Participant tickets, for those driving into the show in a qualifying vehicle to join the display, include entrance to the rest of the Beaulieu attraction.
All other visitors should purchase normal visitor admission tickets, which are available to book by clicking here.