Bicester Heritage is one of my favourite places in the world, a photographers dream and a car enthusiasts heaven.
2018 brought as many eclectic and incredible cars as ever, from Hot rods to
brand new Ferraris and everything in between. The thing that makes this event
is the incredible variety on display. Every time you go you find a car you
haven’t seen before, something new or old to get excited about. People flock to
Bicester for Sunday Scrambles from all over the country and I don’t blame them.
You could spend hours pouring over the car club stands and hours more poking
your nose into all of the workshops and garages and lusting after the
incredible machinery on display.
Sunday mornings couldn’t come better than this, bacon roll and a cup of tea and a wander amongst childhood dream cars. A firm favourite was the green Jaguar XJ220 basking in the winter sun, a car I remember playing with miniature versions of as a
It’s a photographers dream here, this ex-RAF base preserved lovingly and maintained carefully by its owners has a beautiful aesthetic. Gorgeous golden morning light streaming through windows of workshops and casting long shadows as hundreds of car
enthusiasts meander about with no particular route planned. Moving from car to
car sharing their own memories with their companions. Never has a car show had
so much nostalgia. Its like Goodwood meets a PistonHeads Sunday service, in the
most amazing location you could ever dream of. It’s great to find a car show to
get truly excited about going to. I’m looking forward to the upcoming Sunday Scrambles’
at Bicester. Here is a small selection of photos from the day. Enjoy them.