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London Lisbon 2017 

The London-Lisboa will return in 2017! An epic adventure that has to be experienced, couple classic motoring with a superb social side and you have a winning formula. Exact dates to be announced in the near future.

2017 will see the seventh running of the London-Lisboa, this event attracts entrants from all fourLondon to Lisbon Classic Reliability Trial
corners of the globe, the range of machinery is as exotic, vehicles up to1987 are eligible to compete and have their own specific classes to battle for honours in. The event is primarily a reliability trial, the schedule is demanding, but listening to competitors on the 2013 event, we are building flexibility into the schedule to allow crews to socialise at the very special places we stay at.

The route planning is in its infancy, however, as we journey through the United Kingdom, France, Spain and into Portugal, the concept of driving tests interspersed with regularity sections will once again define the days. You can expect the most stunning scenery in Western Europe, we understand that many of the competitors use this as a holiday as well as a motoring adventure, we will explore mountain passes, forests and many of the other spectacular features as we head south.

The event is suitable for those who have competed on single & multi day events, it is aimed at thoseHERO Colour Coding, Intermediate with knowledge of both Tulip diagrams and map reading skills. Although there will be no night driving built into the route, some of the roads may have loose surfaces or be subject to variations in weather. However, this does not preclude first time entrants wishing to take part, as on all our events, the organising team are all competitors past or present and have a wealth of knowledge to assist you, should this be the event you wish to start your career in. This event is graded as Intermediate. The London-Lisboa also has a Classic Tour section for those who would like to share the atmosphere and surroundings, but prefer to undertake a more leisurely motoring experience.

The 2013 route included some of the best scenery in England, France, Spain and Portugal. please see below:

-       Day 1: Saturday 27th April – Greenwich (London) to Portsmouth (United Kingdom)

-       Day 2: Sunday 28th April – Saint Malo to Poitiers (France)

-       Day 3: Monday 29th April – Poitiers to Pau (France)

-       Day 4: Tuesday 30th April – Pau to Burgos (Spain)

-       Day 5: Wednesday 1st May – Burgos to Leon (Spain)

-       Day 6: Thursday 2nd May – Leon to Ourense (Spain)

-       Day 7: Friday 3rd May – Ourense to Vila Real (Portugal)

-       Day 8: Saturday 4th May – Vila Real to Caramulo (Portugal)

-       Day 9: Sunday 5th May – Caramulo to Lisbon (Portugal)

-       Total miles: 2,386 / Total regularities: 25 / Tests: 14