The 5th annual British National Meet will be held June 3 and 4, 2016. This year the event will have a new home as it is moving to a decommissioned SAC Air Force Base, now known as The Arkansas Aeroplex, in Blytheville, Arkansas, and will be joining two other huge automotive events.
British National Meet will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of British Car Week with mass drives, parties, car shows, speed events and a live band all part of this year’s National Meet. The best news of all is that registration fees have been reduced to zero — free! For more information on The National Meet and all the other FREE stuff for British car owners visit www.britishnationalmeet.com
British Car owners will also get free admission and a police escort to the Cars and Cycles Against Cancer Car Show (CACAC) on Saturday June 4. The hundreds of fantastic cars on display will help raise money for the American Cancer Society. Dennis Gage from TV’s My Classic Car and Montana the Pin Striper will be there. You can learn more about the CACAC Show on Facebook at Cars and Cycles Against Cancer.
The inaugural Arkansas Mile will also take place on the Aeroplex during the National Meet. The Airport is home to a two-mile-long runway. Cars are coming from all over the United States to see just how fast they can go. Spectator Admission is free to the owners of British cars, and a special VIP tent is being set up on the finish line for those of the British persuasion. Several McLarens and a Lotus or two are expected to participate. More information about The Arkansas Mile can be found at www.usmileracing.com