Sorry, we didn't receive an English translationThe festival is named in honour of Double Twelve meetings of the 1930s when 24-hour racing was not permitted at Brooklands. Cars instead raced for 12 hours on consecutive days.
In this new event, impeccably turned out veteran, vintage and classic cars will be judged for their style under the exacting criteria of a Concours d'Elegance. Their drivers will be tested on manoeuvres used in the 1939 Junior Car Club Rally. The best drivers with the best-kept vehicles will drive away with prestigious 'Double Twelve' trophies. In addition there will be parade laps taking place on the Mercedes-Benz World handling tracks, a car club paddock, modern content and Formula one but to name a few.