British Car experience
Ok, you are a serious sports car enthusiast. But when did you last drive off with a care-free blast for a couple of days? From the 5th to the 7th of May, you can live out your driving urges at a very exclusive event by SAS Dreams, just when springtime makes stepping the pedal to the metal more fun.
An exclusive driving event on England’s country roads
Drive a special collection of handcrafted British sports cars, from roadsters to racing vehicles for road use. A private visit at the British Motor Museum and Car Collection is also among the absolute highlights of the countryside journey, that starts outside the city of Birmingham.
If you put your name on the list for this very limited event now, you will be able to grab the steering wheel of a brisk English classic sports car for the few and privileged come May. You will join a handful of fellow enthusiasts on typically British open and winding country roads on a three-day castle-to-castle tour.
Test your driving skills
Meet profiled classic car connoisseurs who will involve you in the history of the vehicles. They will teach you how to get the most of the cars and how to enhance your driving skills. The programme is exclusively crafted for SAS Dreams members, with no compromises in comfort.
Visit the British Motor Museum and their car collection
Among the highlights of this racing-inspired event is a private guided tour at British Motor Museum. This is the home to the world’s largest collection of historic British Cars; it boasts nearly 300 cars in its collection which span the classic, vintage and veteran eras.
Enjoy fine driving and dining
The driving experience will create an appetite for the trip’s high-class lunching and dining that is fully accomplished by classy accommodation in traditional castle-like surroundings.
Reserve your classic car seat now
You will finally get to cruise some of the most scenic parts of England in rare vehicles handcrafted for drivers just like you. Along the way it will be possible to sign up for other activities, even though most of us will prefer to just hold on to the steering wheel. Be one of the few who will turn the key and hear the roar under a leather-strapped engine hood. Reserve your seat here and now.
Friday the 5th of May
- Oslo: 3.10 PM (SK1471) to Copenhagen
- Stockholm: 3.15 PM (SK1407) to Copenhagen
- Copenhagen: 5.50 PM (SK2535) to Birmingham, landing 6.45 PM local time
Flight arrival at Birmingham Airport.
7.15 to appr. 7.45 PM
Minibus transfer to Wroxall Abbey Hotel & Estate.
Joint dinner in a private room / bar. During the dinner a classic car connoisseur will answer questions and hold a lecture about the background of roadster and sports car culture and the vehicles you will be driving.
Saturday the 6th of May
The cars will be ready and nicely exhibited in the courtyard. If the weather is nice, all participants will gather together outside by the cars where the former president of Jaguar Owners Club in Great Britain will give driving briefings.
The guests get behind the steering wheels of the sports cars and drive along the private roads of Wroxall Abbey.
Arrival British Motor Museum & Private tour.
Lunch at The Saxon Mill.
After Lunch, it´s time for exploring the beautiful country-side of Cotswolds. With different checkpoint in Cotswolds it will be possible to try out several different cars.
The guests drive towards the hotel in Cheltenham.
The guests drive southbound from Malvern Hills towards the hotel.
Arrival at Queens Hotel Cheltenham.
Dinner at the hotel.
Sunday the 7th of May
Departure from the hotel. Skeet (clay pigeon) shooting may be offered as a sign-up activity.
Lunch along the way.
The guests drive back to Wroxall Abbey Hotel & Estate.
Pick-up for the airport at hotel.
Arrival at Birmingham Airport.
Departure to Copenhagen: 2.10 PM (SK2536), landing 4.55 PM local time
Onwards departure to Oslo: 5.50 PM (SK462), landing 7.00 PM local time
Onwards departure to Stockholm: 6.10 PM (SK410), landing 7.20 PM local time