TAKE TO THE ROAD WITH THE RETRORUN
A Classic RetroRun Experience
The RetroRun is a dedicated 3-day package experience at The Classic. It's a road run for classic cars (pre-2001) or those of special interest and takes place as an integrated part of The Classic.
The RetroRun is a fun drive experience (it's not a speed event or a competition) through some of Britain’s finest countryside and prettiest villages following a ‘Tulip’ style Road Book.
The route includes a unique opportunity to visit Tuthill Porsche ultra-modern workshops - one of the best-kept secrets in the world of classic Porsche!
- Two adult three-day general admission tickets
- Special access to a display area for all 3 days
- Tea or coffee at Stowe House for the RetroRun start on Saturday
- Visit to Tuthill Porsche on Saturday
- Rally plaque for your car
- The chance to drive around the Grand Prix track in a Parade lap*
Meet-up at Stowe House early in the morning on Saturday 31 July and set off from there. You'll take in some of the best of Britain's countryside along the way including the wonderful world of classic Porsche at Tuthill Porsche, before finishing in the heart of the event on Saturday afternoon.
The RetroRun route operates in two directions and there are two options - 70 miles and 100 miles. You choose. Here's the outline schedule for the route:
- Depart from Stowe House
- Canons Ashby** (National Trust)
- Wormleighton Manor**
- DSDA Kineton**
- Burton Dassett Hills Country Park
- Cropredy Bridge
- Exclusive visit to Tuthill Porsche
- Aynho Park**
- Bicester Heritage**
- Farnborough Hall*** (National Trust)
- Upper Heyford***
- Arrive at The Classic
Entry is included to Stowe House and Tuthill Porsche only.
** These places are on or close to the route but are not part of the itinerary. Some are open to the public but the cost of entry is not included in the RetroRun.
*** Only on long routes. These places are on or close to the route but are not part of the itinerary. Some are open to the public but the cost of entry is not included in the RetroRun.