The British Motor Museum can reveal a number of exciting new developments regarding the 'National Metro & Mini Show' which is being staged as part of it's Mini 60th celebrations. The Museum is pleased to announce that Peter James Insurance will be supporting the show which takes place on Sunday 4 August. Peter James Insurance has been at the forefront of the specialist vehicle insurance industry for almost 40 years and offers a comprehensive range of tailored products and exclusive schemes at competitive premiums.
As part of the anniversary celebrations, this year's show will feature Kelly Bird, well-known British Stunt & Precision Driver, who will be performing her impressive stunt driving show. Her show, which will include handbrake parallel parking, j-turns and donuts, will be performed in a modern MINI to wow the crowd. Adding to the festival feel The Fab Beatles, will be performing a live tribute act throughout the day. Considered as one of the most sought after Beatles tribute acts they have performed all over the world and cover everything from the early "Hamburg" material through to 'Let It Be' and the Beatles 'breakup'.
On Saturday 3 August, the day before the show, owners of Classic Minis also have the opportunity to take part in the Classic Mini Mosaic World Record Attempt. Show organisers are looking for over 600 classic Minis and variants to spell out the phrase 'Mini 60'. Filming will be taken from the air providing evidence which will then be submitted in pursuit of a new Guinness World Record. Those camping on the Saturday night can also enjoy evening entertainment from The Barn-Ettes. The trio of female singers will perform live 60s & 70s covers.
Peter James Insurance is also supporting the Gaydon Land Rover Show, Classic & Vintage Commercial Show, BMC & Leyland Show and Old Ford Rally. Garry Carlin, personal lines manager at Peter James Insurance, said: "The British Motor Museum is such an iconic venue which not only hosts the best examples of the nation's motoring past, but is woven into the fabric of our history and that of our future. We are delighted to be forming this partnership and are looking forward to working with Tom and his shows team, who create such fantastic events for enthusiasts. Our team will be available to talk to and provide quotes at the shows."
Tom Caren, Shows Manager at the British Motor Museum said "Our exciting plans for this year's National Metro & Mini show are really shaping up. We have some great entertainment laid on for our visitors as well as the chance to see hundreds of both iconic marques including '621 AOK', the very first Mini produced, 'X411 JOP' the last ever Classic Mini to be produced, and the last Rover 100 ever produced".
Anyone who enters their vehicle for the National Metro & Mini Show before 31 May is also in with a chance of winning a six drawer top tool chest, courtesy of Laser Tools. The cost for entering a Metro, Mini or MINI online is just £7. For more information please visit http://www.britishmotormuseum.co.uk/events/national-metro-and-mini-show