The 2021 Run
September 17th - 19th
For those who may not recall the premise behind the CT British Reliability Run, here is a brief recap of the event.
The Reliability Run has two goals: first, to demonstrate that old British cars are reliable and capable of being driven over much longer distances than most of their owners would normally attempt; second and more important, to raise money for a worthy cause involving children.
We have met those goals on the three runs that we have held so far. In 2018 we toured the Adirondacks and 2019 went further afield to the Finger Lakes region of New York. For 2020, the formula for the run had to be modified to accomodate the unusual conditions cause by the pandemic. For 2020 the run was held over 3 individual days with no overnight stays or indoor dining activities. Once again, all cars that set off on the run returned safely. We have raised well over $30,000 for our chosen charity, the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp established by the late Paul Newman.
For 2021 the CTBRR will return to the 3 day formula, traveling to a central location, this year will again be Glen Falls, NY, on Friday. Saturday we will tour northern New York and Vermont, and return to Glen Falls for the evening. Sunday we will take the scenic route back to Connecticut. The plan is to end the run with a cookout lunch, the exact location is to be determined.
For answers to any questions you may have about the event or to receive a registration form please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org