MINI Things to do..

Here are a couple of ideas for fun MINI things to do in the midwest area..

High Speed Auto-X Saturday August 26th: Participate, or head out to Blackhawk Racetrack to watch the action. The the Midwestern Council Sports Car Clubs (MCSCC) has extended an offer of a free guest pass entry to Chicago MINI Motoring Club membership card holders.

Geneva Concours d-Elegance Sunday August 27th: Check out the car show. Maseratti is the featured marque.

MINI Takes the States Wednesday August 30th: Head down to Indianapolis in a MINI caravan to meet up with the Cross Country MINI celebration. Take a lap on the Speedway and tour the Museum with hundreds of other MINI fanatics.

British Car Show Sunday September 10th: Palos Heights is again hosting one of the areas largest British Car shows.  There will be a sharp looking Triumph TR-6 from one CMMC member present.

Fall Folliage Scavenger hunt and drive September 17th: Join the Milwaukee MINI club on a scenic drive through the upper Kettle Moraine area.

MINIs Great Lakes Crossing September 29th – October 1st: Take the special MINI and Mini only ferry across Lake Michigan and loop the Upper Peninsula, or join up in Milwaukee for part of the drive.

5 thoughts on “MINI Things to do..

  1. So bummed, I was already to drive INDY, oh well, I know my ticket is going to great use and I look forward to the pics. Drive Safe, and make a lap for me. God Speed, Dustin

  2. If the weather is good, who wants to go to the BCU car show on Sunday? In terms of sheer numbers, this show “dwarfs” the MD&E show. They usually have about 800+ BRITISH cars and motorcycles. If you like the old stuff (plus a few new Lotus, Jags and Morgans), this is one of the better shows in the country.

  3. We’re going to the BCU car show. Our ’02 Cooper is pre-registered and ready to show, we’ll leave the ’05 home this year. There’s always great cars, people and venders (bring plenty of cash!) Barring tornadic winds we’ll probably bring the Quick Shade canopy for solar protection for us Miniacs.

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