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Gallery: The quirky wonders of GRRC Breakfast Club

16th July 2022
Seán Ward

When you go to an event like Supercar Sunday, you probably have an idea of what you might see. Turning up to the GRRC Breakfast Club, though, you have next to no idea at all because everything is welcome. That is why alongside a number of very loud, fast Ferraris and Lamborghinis we find some of the most curious and quirky cars ever made.

There’s so much to see it’s actually impossible for us to go through every car. There are tiny electric cars like the City EL, stunning Italian rarities like the 1962 Fiat 600D Multipla. There are Citroën 2CVs, a 1911 Krit Speedster mixed in with a Mercedes SLS AMG with its Gullwing doors and an extremely cool three-wheeler CityEl. It’s a scene that doesn’t really seem to make any sense at all, and that’s what’s so special.

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Photography by Joe Harding and James Lynch.

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