Congratulations to everyone who took part in Club Triumph 2023.

The Club Triumph Round Britain Reliability Run has taken place every two years since 1966. Since it began, the event has raised over £800,000 for charities in the UK and over 1370 crews have successfully completed the event using Triumph cars.

The Round Britain Reliability Run is a 48-hour continuous drive around Britain covering almost 2000 miles with over 100 teams and cars taking part. The race is a round-the-clock run, with teams sharing driving duties through the night and only stopping at designed refuel stops along the way. The event is sanctioned by the UK Motor Sports Association and fulfils all the criteria expected of a Touring Assembly.

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The race began at Knebworth House in Hertfordshire on Friday 6 October. The drivers made their way to John O'Groats followed by  Lands End before making their way back to Knebworth House on Sunday 8 October. 

Joe Dobbie, Head of Fundraising said:

“What a wonderful event Club Triumph Round Britain Reliability Run 2023 was. It was amazing to see the cars and drivers at Knebworth House on Friday and along the route at Tebay and The Castle Bude. Thank you to everyone who took part and has raised funds for our work - keep those funds coming in, your support will make a huge difference to the lives of those affected by Huntington's disease."

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We are so thankful to everyone who took part in the race, each playing their part in raising such an incredible amount of money for those affected by Huntington's disease. This was a memorable event to be a part of and the money raised will provide valuable support for the Huntington's disease community.

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