GOODWOOD REVIVAL BENEFICIARY 2014 - RBF VOLUNTEERS HELP RAISE £32,000
The National Motor Museum Trust at Beaulieu is a charitable organisation dedicated to preserving and promoting motoring history. It has a world famous collection of vehicles as well as extensive collections of motoring-related items – including motoring objects, film and photographic images, documents and books.
As a registered charity, with no core government funding, the charity relies on its supporters to help it to achieve its aim of being the best, most representative and accessible motoring heritage collection in Britain.
The National Motor Museum’s collection of over 250 cars, commercial vehicles and motorcycles, spans the entire history of motoring on the roads and race tracks of Britain. Examples range from early family cars to F1 racers, luxury cars to Land Speed Record Breakers, the everyday and the iconic.The collection includes one of the UKs most iconic Grand Prix motor cars, the 1950 BRM 1.5 litre V16 Type 15 Mk, a racing car that has made many appearances at Goodwood over the years. With your support, the work needed to keep this outstanding car running can be undertaken, ensuring that the car continues to excite audiences at Beaulieu, Goodwood and elsewhere for many years to come.