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F1 Cars: An Engineering Challenge

What is Formula 1?  Why does a Formula 1 car look the way it does? How do the teams go about designing the cars? What are the main contributors to the car performance?

On Saturday 15 September these questions and more will be answered by Steve Fenwick, Head of Full-Size Car CFD at Renault Sport Racing.

The races we watch on TV are just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the people and effort involved: hear about the intense, highly skilled work that you don’t see on TV, that takes place 24 hours a day at the team factories, just to take 2 cars racing somewhere in the world every couple of weeks.

Join Steve for a look into the design, performance and complexity of modern-day F1 racing cars, including insights into the F1 world away from the TV cameras, at the pinnacle of automotive engineering.

INFORMATION & Timings

The evening will commence at 7:30 pm in the Lecture Theatre of the National Motor Museum’s Collections Centre and finish at around 10.00 pm. A pay bar will be available in the Collections Centre for the purchase of beers, wines and soft drinks.

Please note The National Motor Museum will not be open at this event.

TICKETS

For further information and to purchase tickets please contact Theresa Browning on 01590 614792 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Tickets will now be sent electronically where possible, so please provide an email address in any correspondence. If tickets are required by post, please provide an SAE.

  Price
Members* £7.50
Non Members £10.00

*Friends of the National Motor Museum Trust

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International Autojumble

Join us for the iconic and double-award winning International Autojumble on the 1st-2nd September; the biggest outdoor sale of motoring items this side of the Atlantic.

With over 2000 stands at this signature Beaulieu event, each one groaning with all kinds of vintage and classic motoring ephemera, it is often said “If you can’t find it at Beaulieu it doesn’t exist!

The International Autojumble is regarded as the place to locate and purchase even the most elusive motoring parts, accessories, automobilia, literature, tools and clothing. There is something for everyone - and plenty of bargains to be had!

You can see more photos of last year's event here.

PREMIUM TICKETS

Please note: Premium Tickets are no longer available.

Benefits include:

  • Priority parking in Church Meadow (Entrance on Palace Lane/ B3054)
  • Premium ticket-holders entrance*
  • Saturday early entry* from 9am (Show opens to the public at 10am)
  • Sunday early entry* from 8.30am (Show opens to the public at 9.30am)
  • Free showguide

This also includes entry into the International Autojumble on the day(s) it is purchased for.

*Please note: Early entry only on day(s) ticket(s) purchased for; all visitors wishing to gain entry through the Premium ticket entrance must hold a Premium ticket.

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DON'T FORGET...

As well as being an opportunity to browse hundreds of stalls and stands, there is also the opportunity to enjoy all that Beaulieu has to offer... Your entry will include admission to all the Beaulieu attractions including; The National Motor Museum, World of Top Gear, Palace House, Beaulieu Abbey and more.

WATCH THE VIDEO

This video features coverage from the 50th International Autojumble at Beaulieu in 2016.

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Beaulieu Community Speedwatch

Volunteers Needed

In order to address the issue of speeding HGVs and other traffic in the village we are trying to establish a community speedwatch scheme with the backing of the local parish council and police community support officer (PCSO)

Full training will be given you just need to be able to commit to a couple of hours per month.

To register your interest please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. stating ‘Community Speedwatch Volunteer’ in the title line of the email.

Coastal access Report; Highcliffe to Calshot.

On Wednesday 14th March 2018 Natural England submitted its report to the Secretary for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs setting out proposals for improved access to the coast between Highcliffe to Calshot. These proposal form part of a programme to establish a continuous waking route around England's coastline, as set out in the Marine and coastal Act 2009.

If you are someone with a relevant interest in the land , you have an opportunity to make representation to the Secretary of State about these proposals.

You will find online at https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/england-coast-path-highcliffe-to-calshot  further details and maps.

Boatjumble

On Sunday 22nd April join us for the biggest and best Boatjumble in the South. Boasting hundreds of stalls and stands selling both new and used kit, clothes, and craft there's something for every boating enthusiast.

You can see more photos of last year's event here and read about it here.

Stalls

You can be sure of picking up some real treasures with old and new wares available. Boat parts, nauticalia, clothing, gadgets, rope and general jumble.

Boatmart

Boatmall is the perfect opportunity for manufacturers, retailers and outlets to display and sell their products in a dedicated area.

TRUNK TRADERS

This bonus sees amateur jumblers selling from their boots, you can book a large or small plot to sell your wares (and try not to come home with more than you started with!)

boatmall

The Boatmart is where individuals can sell their boat at the Boatjumble. From restoration projects to nearly new, boats of all makes, models and styles are welcome.

TICKETS & PRICES

Tickets can be purchased in advance online or on arrival. A £1 handling charge per order applies when purchased by telephone.

Tickets include entry to all the Beaulieu attractions, including The National Motor Museum, World of Top Gear, Palace House, Beaulieu Abbey and more.

*Advance tickets available until 5pm on 12th April 2018. Standard tickets are available from 5pm on 12th April 2018. 

  Adult Youth (13-16)
Advance £8.80 £5.00
Standard/ On the Day* £9.80 £6.00

Children 12 & under are free of charge however do still require a ticket- Available online and on the day.

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Exhibitors

If you are interested in exhibiting at this event please complete and return a booking form or alternatively you can now book online.

Booking instructions are available here.

FERRY OFFERS

Brittany Ferries: 10% off crossings between 20/04/18 and 24/04/18 when you use the code 'Beaulieu'. This offer is available from 01/02/18 and is not applicable with any other promotions or offers. Call Brittany Ferries on 0825 828 828.10

Stena Line: 10% off crossings for those travelling to Beaulieu jumble events by car or motorhome on Irish Sea routes in 2018. Simply visit www.stenaline.ie/event and enter the code 'JRP185'. Those travelling will have the option of booking Economy, Flexi or Premium motorist fares (terms and conditions vary for each) and the prices shown will include the agreed discount.  Discount is not given on any extras booked i.e. cabins, meals, etc.

WATCH THE VIDEO

This video features footage from a previous Boatjumble at Beaulieu.

DON'T FORGET...

As well as being an chance to browse hundreds of stalls and stands, there is also the opportunity to enjoy all that Beaulieu has to offer... Your entry will include admission to all the Beaulieu attractions, including The National Motor Museum, World of Top Gear, Palace House, Beaulieu Abbey and more.

STAY IN TOUCH

For updates on this event and others like it, join our mailing list to receive our monthly e-newsletters and more.

I loved it... There were so many stalls that sold items that you could not get elsewhere.

  • Boatjumble Visitor
  • April 2016

A really great day out and not really sure if it can be improved much more! Thank you.

  • Boatjumble Visitor
  • May 2016