The Wells Run is a Touring Assembly, a non-competitive navigational road run around Kent and Sussex for classic and sports cars.
The run will start in Tunbridge Wells with tea/coffee and a bacon roll before navigating its way through country roads and villages. There will be a stop for refreshments before continuing to a lunchtime stop at Bentley Wildfowl and Motor Museum. The motor museum contains a unique collection of cars, motorcycles cycles and vehicles, which span over 100 years of road transport history. Most of the exhibits are privately owned and change regularly providing fresh interest for your visit. The wildfowl reserve has over 2000 birds and 130 species from around the world.
The navigational run will then continue back to Tunbridge Wells where there will be a BBQ at the finish held at Team Dynamics in Bells Yew Green.
Entries are now open and close on Friday 11th August. All entries must be made on the official entry form (button on the right) or on-line. Final Instructions will be posted to you during the week prior to the event with any additional information required. Updates will also be emailed to you.
The entry fee is £60.00 based on two people in a car (additional passengers are £15.00 each). The entry fee covers your bacon roll, coffee/tea at the start and first stop, entry to Bentley and the BBQ at the finish. There is an additional £2.50 for online entries to cover the PayPal transaction fee.
Part of any profits made will be donated to Kent, Sussex & Surrey Air Ambulance. There will be a raffle at the finish.
The Maximum number of cars for this event is 50, entries will be selected in order of receipt, and the running order being decided by the organisers.
Norman & Sue Redhead – Honda S2000 (2007)
Bought by the current owners as a retirement present to themselves. Currently Chairman and Treasurer of TWMC with Norman being involved in all types of motorsport for 50 years.
The Honda is 1997cc normally aspirated, giving 240bhp @ 8300 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox driving the rear wheels, 0 - 60 is achieved in 6.2 seconds with a maximum speed of 150mph.
With the soft top, when stowed, in only 6 seconds electrically, not taking up any boot space it allows plenty of luggage room. Two cabin sized suitcases, two medium holdalls and a suiter can easily be stowed. You can have a convertible sports car, which in our view is the perfect Grand Touring car.
Chris & Dave King – Riley 1.5 (1962)
Restored 16 years ago, this car spent three years in lreland before retuning to Kent.
Dave & Chris Weeks – MGBGT (1968)
The car was first registered 21/10/68 and acquired by the present owner in July 2010, there being four previous owners. The vehicle had a major rebuild in 1997 including an engine rebuild and lead-free conversion by Ivor Seale Ltd.
Simon Spooner & Robbie Redhead – Ford Escort Mexico Replica (1974)
Work done in the last year.
New GAZ adjustable shocks front and rear. Capri front legs with M16 calipers, roller bearing top mounts. Goodridge classic braided brake hoses. mk2 escort estate rear springs modified to fit, poly bushed all round, burton quick rack, 3j LSD fitted. lotus steels fitted with Yokohama tyres. Electronic ignition and electric fuel pump. Other than that it's an all original 42 year old escort.
Malcolm Jones & Elaine Cotgrove – Lagonda 16/80 Tourer (1934)
Sharon Plummer & Gary Wood – Jaguar XF-R (2016)
Matt Weeks & Katie Redhead – MGBGT (1974)
Russell & Mel Beeson – Toyota MR2 (2003)
Nick & Angela Wollett – Datson 240Z
Danny & Nancy Vandenbroecke – BMW 2002 tii Alpina (1969)
John & Kirsty Brown – TVR Cerbera (1999)
David & Helen Brenchley – MGA (1959)
Gill Dalton & Stef King – MGC (1969)
Andre & Nina Martin – Porsche Boxster (1996)
John Fowler & Chris Mills – Ferrari 456 (1999)
Mark Lilly & Karen Bishop – MGC (1968)
Bill & Maggie Oliver – Cat TBA
Stephen James, Wei-Ping Hao, Evan & Leon Osorio – Triumph Stag (1973)
Mike Oliver – TVR Tamora
Ronald Ruggins & Janet Duncan – Land Rover Series 2A (1968)
Paul Beeson & Bob Ellis – Daimler Dart (1962)