Beaulieu One Hundred Award

The Beaulieu One Hundred Award is presented each year to an individual who is judged to have made a significant and important contribution to the preservation, understanding and enjoyment of our motoring heritage. In 2014, we were pleased and honoured to present the Award at the Beaulieu One Hundred Annual Dinner to Edward, Lord Montagu…

Nick Mason talks about his Ferrari 250 GTO

To liberate a line from Mrs Merton – “what is it, Nick, that most attracts you about this fifty million dollar motor car?” And my answer is – “Exclusivity and appreciating value are inevitably an attraction in a car, but generally as a means of justifying the ownership to non-believers, rather than supplying any of…

Paris to Madrid Rally

In May this year, the National Motor Museum entered its 1903 Napier into the H&H Paris to Madrid Rally. The 2014 Paris to Madrid Classic Reliability Trial was conceived to celebrate the original 1903 Paris to Madrid race and in particular to honour the achievements of Charles Jarrott, the blacksmith’s son, who became Britain’s first…

New Workshop Trainee

On 1st April 2014 the National Motor Museum Restoration Workshop at Beaulieu welcomed a new trainee – the first in many years. Tim Edgerton, 23, is not new to Beaulieu having worked both in Visitor Services and Living History as well as helping out at Beaulieu events. Tim is a hardworking and enthusiastic young man who…