Spirit of Ecstasy Shown Some Love from Belgium


From Belgium to Britain: Photos form the National Classic Tour.

A cavalcade of classic Rolls-Royces made their way from Belgium all the way to the Home of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars in Goodwood, England. Over 100 drivers and passengers made the journey to West Sussex from the country affectionately known as the 'Battlefield of Europe.' Called the National Classic Tour, the jaunt began in 2001 and is organized by the International Automobile Federation. It is open to models built between 1930 to 1965.

"We feel very privileged to support this unique journey to the place where the heart of Rolls-Royce beats, in particular as the Spirit of Ecstasy is celebrating her 100th anniversary this year. The entrants of the National Classic Tour stand for decades of automotive engineering and our visit to Goodwood pays tribute to an icon of the automotive world - the famous Flying Lady," said Stephane Sertang, Dealer Principal of the Ginion Group. Ginion is the sole Rolls-Royce Motor Cars dealer in Belgium. Check out the photos from this year's National Classic Tour and enjoy the marvels of British engineering.

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