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Frazer Nash Centenary 2022


8th Jan 2022

One hundred years of Frazer Nash cannot go unmarked and so in true FNCC style we aim to celebrate our marque with aplomb with the following proposals, in the hope that every one of you can join in one way or another.

Weekend of 12th August 2022

Mondello Historic Festival, Co Kildare, Ireland

This will be a long weekend of racing and partying in Ireland organized by our competition secretary Jo Blakeney-Edwards. It promises to be a great fun weekend and will feel like a mini-raid.

Thursday 18th-Saturday 20th August 2022

Stonehurst Farm

The Frazer Nash Club centenary celebrations will start with camping and a Frazer Nash Bar centered around Tom and John Duffins’ Stonehurst Farm, Bond Ln, Moutsorrel, Loughborough, LE12 7AA. There will also be rooms reservedat a nearby hotel, local B & Bs available and a Michelin Starred restaurant run by a member of the Frazer Nash club on the site, for those who want a touch more luxury than a camper van or a tent.

The Frazer Nash Cub will be organizing a series of simple rallies and driving tests, which will amount to the Stanley cup team event. 

Saturday 20th August 2022

Frazer Nash Centenary ball

The main celebration party will take place at Stonehurst Farm, in Mountsorrel. The Stanley cup will finish at Stonehurst farm where all will gather to celebrate in true Nash style, with food, drink and entertainment.

This is going to be THE party. Our Christmas parties are world renown, but this is going to be a Frazer Nash summer ball in a fabulous place, with the most fabulous people, celebrating 100 years of the most fabulous car! Make sure you get it  in your diary.

Sunday 21st August 2022

Race meeting/track day Mallory Park

Sunday will hopefully coincide with the VSCC’s Mallory park race meeting where drivers will be able to compete and othersspectate as we round-up the centenary celebrations. It is possible this may not be the arranged date for the VSCC, in which case we aim to organize a track day for all regardless of whether you consider yourself a ‘racer’ or not.

More details of this proposed outline of celebrations will emerge during the year; keep your eyes on the website, social media and the Gazettes. In the meantime, save these dates. We would very much like to encourage people to stay for the whole event and celebrate 100 years of Frazer Nash in grand style, but the way things are organized you can pick the bits that suit your agenda.