In June of 2014 the Subaru Impreza Owners Club on Facebook booked in a trip to visit the Prodrive Banbury HQ. We were invited along to get a view of Prodrive’s museum of former cars, and a guided site tour before they move to their new premises.
Arriving in a convoy with a handful of other Subaru owners (as you do), we parked up among the early arrivals, and awaited the remaining guests.
Quite an impressive turnout!
^^ Oh yeah, this happened – which you can read about here: https://impreza.co/repairing-broken-ht-autos-front-lip-splitter/
Once the latecomers had parked up, we were given the option of taking a tour of the Prodrive premises. Who’d say no to that?
Walking around a building with so much prominence and history behind it was quite an experience. The fact that we saw projects in active development being built as we were there added to the excitement.
Here’s a few pictures I managed to snap (no photography was allowed in certain areas) showcasing the Prodrive heritage collection of vehicles:
A great day was had by all. So thanks to Prodrive Banbury for letting us intrude for the day! See here for information on how to arrange your own tour: http://www.prodrive.com/#!tours/cier