Philip Young is striving to organise a rally marathon next year which will rival the Daily Express London-Sydney Rally of 20 years ago. It is to be open solely or mainly for Classic cars built before 1968, and details are available from him at 1 Whitehall Place, London SW1.
In order to celebrate the third anniversary of the founding of the Jaguar Enthusiasts Club, its London Region is holding an E-Type and Mk II forum on Friday November 20. Admission costs £2 for non-members, and the meeting commences at 7.30pm in The Target public house, 256 Church Road, Northolt, Middlesex. For further details phone Keith Trotter on 01-473 3627.
Cooper Car Club is now being organised on a worldwide basis, with 360 on its mailing list. Owners and enthusiasts are welcome to join, by writing to David T Cooper at 14 Biscayne Drive, Ramsey, New Jersey. 07446 USA.
Club Lotus hopes to get 22,000 names on its International Model Register, and invites non-members to supply details of their cars to PO Box 8, Dereham, Norfolk NR19 1TF. All names and addresses on the list are confidential, but owners are notified by the Club of any enquiries it receives concerning them or their cars.
With the full support of the Formula One team itself, a Benetton Supporters Club has been founded. For information contact Matthew Marsh, 2 Aldenham Avenue, Radlett, Hertfordshire WD7 8HJ.
if any of the world’s most famous motoring artists are showing their work at an art exhibition targeted exclusively at Ferrari enthusiasts. This will be held at Nathan’s Studio, College Farm, High Street, Pulloxhill, Bedfordshire, from November 7 to December 12, and will be open between 10.30am and 6pm, from Tuesday to Saturday each week.
Formed in 1986, the Guild of Motoring Artists now has some 30 members. Its secretary is Mrs Enid Norbury, 37 North Road, Hertford SGI4 1LN.