Downright and utter class driving.
This is District Light Car Club’s annual international autotest event at the Arrow Mill Hotel, Near Alcester in England. Autotests are a form of motorsport in which a car is driven on a set route around various obstacles against the clock (typically in a car park or Industrial Yard). Time penalties are given for touching an obstacle (usually pylons) or not performing the maneuvers correctly. Drivers are required to travel forward or in reverse between maneuvers, perform spin turns, stop in garages and on various lines, including the finish line. The competitor with the lowest total time for the event is the winner.