MotorEasy Days Out - #ChronosAndCars

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motoreasy days out - #chronosandcars

There's something special about a good day out. Heading out the door early in the morning to a destination offering something unique or unusual. That's where #ChronosAndCars stands apart from the crowd. Promising a meet-up for UK enthusiasts in photography, timepieces and luxury motors; all in one place.

The Inaugural #ChronosAndCars

The story of #ChronosAndCars is one from the 21st Century. Originating as a twitter discussion by watch and photography enthusiasts who shared a passion for cars, the idea quickly snowballed into the first meeting in November 2016.

The result was an event in Reading that drew visitors from across the UK, with many travelling a considerable distance to attend. 



Guilty pleasures here at #chronosandcars. What a way to start a Sunday!

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chronos and cars first event with motor easy A McLaren & Ferrari on display

What transpired was a glorious mixture of people sharing hobbies and interests. 

Cars on display included Ferraris, Porsches, Lamborghinis, a McLaren and even a Koenigsegg.

Professional and amateur photographers mixed with "youtubers" to discuss their interests in a welcoming environment.

With Omologato also in attendance showcasing their motor-inspired watches (you can win one in our monthly giveaway - just by claiming a motoreasy account), it was a resounding success.

And now they've announced a follow up.


The Next #ChronosAndCars 

If this sounds of interest, you'll find them at the world's oldest operational motorsport venue in Shelsley Walsh Speed Hill Climb in Worcestershire.

The event is on Sunday 26th March 2017 and you'll be able to grab a ticket for just a tenner - which includes a free cup of proper coffee (we've been promised!). As a not-for-profit event all proceeds will be used to support the venue, a jewel in the crown of British heritage and motorsport.

Omologato owner Shami Kalra, has aligned the event with his brand's mission to "offer everyone a slice of motoring history and heritage."

Confirmed guests now include 1970 Le Mans winner Richard Attwood, British Racing Driver Marino Franchitti and an mystery Ex F1 and current FIA Driver.

Head over there now, as this event is limited to 150 cars and 400 visitors in total.

Start 9am - Finish 1.30pm

Find out more, or book a ticket

Follow the event on twitter or instagram @chronosandcars, or via the hashtag #chronosandcars

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