Well, I know it's not strictly Historic Racing, as it's on the public roads, but it surely represents racing history, what with Mercedes GP cars, Gordon Bennett Napiers and a firebreathing Peerless all regular entrants.
As the Veteran Car Club's London to Brighton run is a couple of weeks away, do any of our posters ever make a point of seeing it?
Is there any other country in the world that would allow a cavalcade of 500+ pre-1904 cars onto the streets of the capital, and then on for a 50 mile trip on the open highway? And of course, the fact that the annual happening is in November, and you are required to set off from the crack of dawn in Hyde Park, exhibits the kind of enthusiastic masochism for which the British are justly proud.
So, what's everyone doing at daybreak on Sunday November 5th. Hyde Park beckons for me, and then lunch with the Bentley boys down at Horley, where the Bentley Drivers Club arrange a display of magnificent machinery on the roadside as a silent salute to the pioneers.
Are you brave enough?