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One hundred plus Jaguar XK models from the 1950’s are taking part in this Coast of Britain Drive from June 12th – 29th. Entrants are joining in for one day or as many as they are able between these dates.

FOPS founder member David Cottingham and his good pal Dr Ian Fyfe joined in for the start from Beaulieu on Monday June 12th and drove the first three stages in Ian’s 1953 Jaguar XK 120 FHC.

Cars were flagged away on the 12th June from the National Motor Museum by F1 motoring legend Murray Walker and the event will finish on June 29th back at Beaulieu.

Contributions to the charity should be made to here: justgiving.com/RBCD-Round-Britain-Coastal-Drive

Full details of the event can be found here: roundbritaincoastaldrive.co.uk



Above: Murray Walker waves the flag at the start of the tour.

Below: A video of last years event and additional photographs taken by David Cottingham.

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