An excellent Pride Of Ownership at the British Mini Clubs 17th Mini Fair. Held at Bingley Hall near Stafford on the 31st January 2016. The show area was packed with quality classic and modern Mini’s right from 1959 to present day. Pride Of Ownership is not always about the Mini but also the owner as well.
The club stands on the balcony were great fun as well, with massive efforts from all clubs. With the recent release of the Star Wars film the British Mini Club decided to go with the Star Wars theme for the clubs as well. Midlands Mini Club just scrapped home to celebrate another win. Maybe it was the costumes that won it.
Victoria Giggs won the coveted Mini Of The Day with her wonderful Cherry Red 1980’s Cherry red Mini. The first time we have seen her Mini at a British Mini Club event, She only joined at the NEC Classic Car Show on November and we mentioned how she might like to bring her Mini along to Mini Fair. Who would have thought this would have ended in winning Mini Of The Day.
All the results are below along with a gallery of images.
Mini Fair 2016 Pride Of Ownership Results
Classic Mini 1960’s
1st Place: Sandra Britton PAE 360F
2nd Place: Judy Weatherall NBU 46E
Classic Mini’ 1970’s
1st Place: Nathan Badger LDM 134T
2nd Place: Sandra Britton DYC 559C
Classic Mini 1980’s
1st Place: Victoria Giggs EMK 26V
2nd Place: James Connor G189 POD
Classic Mini 1990’s
1st Place: Stephen Butler H297 XBV
2nd Place: Ruth Austin J146 MBW
1st Place: Stacey Reed YK57 OKG
2nd Place: Helen Granger YF62 NYK
Best Modified and Custom Mini
1st Place: Jon Haughton F165 FTU
2nd Place: Danny Hobson
Best Mini Of The Show
Best Club Stand
1st Place: Midlands Mini Club
2nd Place: Stoke Orange Boxes
3rdPlace: Robin Hood Mini’s