The Geneva International Motor Show has once again set tongues wagging. Here is our round-up of the 10 most exciting supercars from Geneva 2019, as well as COO Stephen Halstead’s reasons for choosing these.
These are all events organised by JBR Capital – track days, members events and car shows where the company has exhibited.
We’ve compiled a list of the 15 very best shows – the ones you really don’t want to miss – so you can enjoy the ultimate automotive experiences in 2019
We caught up with our friends at Ginetta to find out more about the Ginetta Racing Drivers Club (GRDC) – a racing programme designed for newcomers to motorsport. We joined them at Rockingham for the British GT event…
This Saturday (March 24th) we were lucky enough to join 300 supercars at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground for SuperCar Driver’s season-opening event, the ‘secret meet.’
With so many fantastic cars on show in Geneva this week, it’s hard to pick the very best. In the supercar category, the debuts and premieres really stole the show, with the likes of Aston Martin Lagonda, Hennessey, Porsche, Ferrari and McLaren bringing their latest and greatest to the Palexpo in Geneva.
Hattie Guy joined us at Goodwood Motor Circuit for our inaugural JBR Capital Drivers Club event. Hattie took to the track with her Ferrari 458 GTC and gives an insight into her favourite car in the collection, the Koenigsegg Agera R.
As part of the JBR Capital Drivers Club, we invited some clients and guests to try the Ginetta G40 at Goodwood Motor Circuit. Watch the video below to see the cars in action, as racing driver and coach Jade Edwards tutors our guests in the cars.
See a Lamborghini Huracan in action at Goodwood, as our coach Steve Glynn reveals why improving your driving skills is the number one consideration to getting the most out of a track day.
We recently held our first track day at the Goodwood Motor Circuit as part of our Drivers Club programme. A stunning selection of cars took to the track.
The calendar for classic car shows seems busier every year, but there are two events that are particular highlights: Salon Privé and the Concours of Elegance at Hampton Court Palace.
Following our round-up of 2017’s classic and supercar events in the UK, here as promised is our pick of the best similar happenings abroad.
Perhaps the most lasting pleasure and the finest memories to be had from owning a classic car or supercar come from the camaraderie of ownership – meeting people with similar cars and passions. We’ve compiled our list of six of the best UK events you can enjoy with (or without) your classic car this summer.
On Sunday we were lucky enough to see 210 supercars on show at the Supercar Driver event. Highlights included a Chiron, two Veyrons, an XJ220, Enzo, F40, P1 and Aventador SV – but all of the cars looked spectacular as they lined up for a group shot on the runway.
We very much hope to see you at the show, which takes place at the Excel Centre on February 23-26. Our stand is B25, located close to the main entrance. If you have trouble finding it, look for the stunning Aston Martin DB4 Zagato we’re displaying on the stand.