Sports cars of all eras at Roundel Run Horley pitstop

The Roundel Run rally through Surrey will make a pit-stop at let's race in Horley. Loads of different cars from classic and vintage vehicles to modern sports cars are expected to be there. Pic Steve Robards  SR1616336 SUS-160613-103707001
The Roundel Run rally through Surrey will make a pit-stop at let's race in Horley. Loads of different cars from classic and vintage vehicles to modern sports cars are expected to be there. Pic Steve Robards SR1616336 SUS-160613-103707001

The Roundel Run rally through Surrey made a pit-stop at Let’s Race in Horley on Saturday morning.

Classic and vintage vehicles were sat alongside modern sports cars at the race simulator centre on their way to from Brooklands Museum in Weybridge to Biggin Hill Airport in Kent.

The Roundel Run rally through Surrey will make a pit-stop at let's race in Horley. Loads of different cars from classic and vintage vehicles to modern sports cars are expected to be there. James Simpson and Leah Tavener in a 94 Mini Sprite. Pic Steve Robards  SR1616338 SUS-160613-103722001

The Roundel Run rally through Surrey will make a pit-stop at let's race in Horley. Loads of different cars from classic and vintage vehicles to modern sports cars are expected to be there. James Simpson and Leah Tavener in a 94 Mini Sprite. Pic Steve Robards SR1616338 SUS-160613-103722001

Organisers said: “We make our way from Brooklands to Biggin Hill in a collection of vehicles seldom seen together, or on the road at all.

“Our journey starts at Brooklands Museum, the birthplace of British motorsport and aviation.

“The run takes us on a unique journey before ending with a parade drive-by in front of a capacity crowd at the Biggin Hill Festival of Flight and a place in the exclusive Biggin Hill Showground’s parking.”

All the entrants made a donation to take part in the Roundel Run to be shared between selected charities: the Make A Wish Foundation, Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance, SERV Sussex emergency blood bank motorcyclists The Chartwell Cancer Trust.