Driving for Kids
Begun in 2002 by Blake Discher of Detroit and based on similar events in the UK, America's British Reliability Run is a fun, but challenging, driving event of about 600 miles. Drive on great roads through beautiful countryside in the company of fellow British car hobbyists, and all for a good cause. These runs have so far raised more than $350,000 for worthy children's charities. Our Colorado version will follow this format this coming September.
The Driving for Kids isn’t a race, nor is it a high priced exotic car rally like the Colorado Grand. It isn’t so posh and formal. Not “Grand” it is merely “Good” and being for British cars makes that “Bloody Good”. The run is conducted on public roads at posted speeds: there are no checkpoints or deliberately vague, misleading or trick instructions. Teams travel in groups, take care to keep the cars together and make group stops. Driving for Kids is a fun weekend with fellow owners of old British cars plus a few that fit the spirit of “Motoring” as opposed to the “mad dash to get there” and who want all the camaraderie/security that comes with such a group.