What is America’s British Reliability Run?
Begun in 2002 by Blake Discher of Detroit with help from John Macartney (In the Shadow of My Father, Turn Left at the Pacific), and based on similar events in the UK, America's British Reliability Run is a challenging, but fun, driving event that so far has raised more than $215,000 for worthy children's charities.
The ABRR is not a race. The run is conducted on public roads at posted speeds. It is not a road rally either, in that there are no checkpoints or deliberately vague and misleading instructions. The teams travel in groups, taking care to keep the cars together, making group stops as necessary. The ABRR is a fun drive on great roads through beautiful countryside in the company of fellow British car hobbyists, and all for a good cause.
Up to 40 British cars of any marque or vintage may participate in the run. For more details, see our About page. Want to see what a previous run was like? See our Gallery section for links to photos from prior runs or check out the video below! The 2016 run was featured in the February 2017 Hemmings Sports & Exotics magazine.
The ABRR runs in the North East and Atlantic states. There is a similar effort being organized in Colorado called the Colorado British Reliability Run!
Check them out at http://www.drivingforkids.com/index.html.
America's British Reliability Run 2016 is Presented by
Delaware Valley Triumphs, Ltd.