Sir Stirling Moss, even now in his 84th year still the most famous name in motor racing, will visit the Federation of Historic Vehicle Clubs on Stand 6-640 at the Classic Car Show in Birmingham. Sir Stirling will be meeting officials of the Federation who will brief him on their current programme of lobbying in Westminster and Brussels aimed at preserving the rights of historic vehicle enthusiasts to use their vehicles on the highway, From previous meetings, Sir Stirling is known to be very supportive of the Federation’s work.
And three lucky winners will go away from the FBHVC stand with unique souvenirs of Sir Stirling’s visit. The great man has graciously agreed to sign copies of the Federation’s 25th anniversary first day covers featuring Royal Mail’s Classic British Cars. Surely a valuable piece of automotive memorabilia in the future, with only 30 covers being produced of which just three will bear the Moss signature.
Visitors to the FBHVC stand can pick up a competition entry form, answer three simple questions and the winners will be drawn each day from the correctly answered entries.