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Website Exclusive: The 48th East Coast Run Promises 700 Plus Entries for 2016

Website Exclusive: The 48th East Coast Run Promises 700 Plus Entries for 2016

The biggest event on the East Yorkshire Thoroughbred Car Club's busy calendar, the 48th East Coast Run, will be held on Sunday 12th June 2016.

The first EYTCC East Coast Run was held in 1968, and has been a staple ever since. The Club's Debbie Newton told CMM: "It is an extremely popular occasion, and last year it attracted over 700 diverse historic vehicles.

As usual, this year, we will have a range of historic motor vehicles on display, from sports cars & tourers, motor cycles, light commercial vehicles, commercial vehicles, military, breakdown and emergency vehicles, to buses and coaches and tractors. Entrants will also be bringing along their stationary engines and future classics (vehicles 15 to 20 years old).

The run is open to all, anyone can bring their classic vehicle so long as it is over 15-years-old (as of 01.01.16).  There will also be an autojumble plus the usual refreshments.

"Members pre-entry is £4, non-members pre-entry is £5, or late entries on the day is £7. All entrants will receive a commemorative souvenir plaque and programme. You can download an entry form at: www.eytcc.org.uk

"If you are only coming for a look and to enjoy the display, public entry to this event is FREE, and you can buy an event souvenir programmes for just £1.

"The vehicles will be parked at East Park in Hull, HU8 8JU, from 9.30 until around 11.00am. Then, leaving East Park and following the route along the A165 through Skirlaugh, on to the White Cross roundabout, up the dual carriageway and on to Bridlington through Bedford and Lissett. 

"We will be arriving at Sewerby Fields, Bridlington, YO15 1ER, from around 12 noon. The road-run will be approximately 30 miles long.  Please come to support us and wave to us along the route.  It will promise to be a truly enjoyable experience! Hope to see you there!"

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