Palm Beach Motor Cars sponsors Wheels Across the Pond

March 30th, 2010 by

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Palm Beach Motor Cars is proud to be the title sponsor for the 4th Annual Wheels Across the Pond British Classic Car & Bike show this Saturday April 3rd at Carlin Park in Jupiter, FL. In only it’s 4th year, Wheels Across the Pond is the largest British car show in South Florida displaying over 200 automobiles. Along with over 25 British classes from classic to modern Mini, Triump, Aston Martin, TVR, Jaguar and Range Rover the show also offers a”Euro Class” where one can expect to see makes like Alfa Romeo, Citroen, Ferrari, Puegot, Bugatti and Renault among others. Wheels Across the Pond will also award a “Most Rust” and “Most Potential” along with the “Best in Show.”
This year the show will also feature renowned race car driver Derek Bell MBE, 5 time Le Mans winner. Bell began his racing career in 1964 and has raced Formula 1 for Ferrari, Mclaren, Sutees and Tecno teams. Bell will be on hand along with the 2010 Wheels Across the Pond ‘Star Car,’ his 1982 Rothman’s Porsche 956, winner of the 1982 24 hour Le Mans.

Clive barker & Derek BELLSpectator admission to the show is free. If you have a British or European car or motorcyle and would like to take part in the competition you can register for $25.00 per car or $12.50 per motorcycle.
Harry Hanson and Rich Matthews will represent Palm Beach Motor Cars (Land Rover Palm Beach, Jaguar, Lotus and Aston Martin of Palm Beach) at the event. “I have had the great pleasure of representing Land Rover Palm Beach along with Harry Hanson from our sister store Palm Beach Motor Cars at the Wheels Across the Pond for the last 2 years. This year will see a change of venue to Carlin Park by the beach. If the weather is the same as the last few years we will be onto a winner. 2010 has been a huge year for Land Rover and Jaguar with an all new line-up that will be on show for all to see. The 2010 models are future classics in the making. I look forward to seeing everyone at the show Saturday, ” said Rich Matthews.
Harry Hanson of Palm Beach Motor Cars is enthusiastic about the event, “It’s a really fun show, even for people that are not necessarily car enthusiasts because it offers automobiles that many people in this country have never seen. And if you are into cars, especially British ones, you won’t want to miss it.”
Wheels Across the Pond 2010 will benefit the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary.

Wheels Across the Pond
Saturday April 3rd
Carlin Park
Jupiter, FL