After a rather disastrous 2020, The MCR’s National Mini Day at Beaulieu is ready to return in 2021 with a flourish.
The Mini Cooper was first manufactured in 1961 and it became an immediate success. Motorsport and commercial success followed quickly and the brand is still with us today. The MCR will be celebrating the 60th birthday of the Mini Cooper with a display of cars bearing the Cooper name in the central arena as well as a gathering of some of the Ex-works and competition cars that made the Mini a motorsport legend.
This is sure to be the biggest, and dare I say the best, gathering of Minis and Coopers of the coming year. With club stands, the best concours in the Mini world, celebrity guests, trade stands aplenty and fields of Minis, this is an event not be missed.
The venue is the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu in Hampshire and the date is Sunday 13th June. PUT THIS IN YOUR DIARY NOW!
All Minis, old and new, are welcome and if you want a place in your registers display we suggest that you contact your registrar without delay.
Watch the ‘MCR at Beaulieu’ page on this site where we will publish more information and advance ticket details as and when it becomes available.