MOTORING enthusiasts were out in force to celebrate National Drive-it-Day in classic fashion at the latest Sunday Scramble.

The national holiday celebrates classic motoring and encourages people to dust off the cobwebs and head out in there historic vehicles.

Much like, the Sunday Scrambles which embrace all things classic cars and aviation at Bicester Heritage.

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The site played host to a sold-out Scramble on Sunday and chief executive Dan Geoghegan said: "Our sell-out Sunday Scramble on historic motoring’s National Drive-it-Day was the perfect balance of spectacle, community and a fantastic atmosphere.

Oxford Mail:

"We really wanted everyone to have the best possible experience and it all went like clockwork: careful planning meant an absence of any traffic issues and, with plenty of catering and even a little sunshine, resulted in the perfect formula."

The popularity of the event has prompted organisers to announce a new 'Super Scramble' on June 23, from 10am to 5pm and includes classic car displays, test track demonstrations, and aircrafts out on the fields.

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