Breakfast Club

Held on the first Saturday of every month, our Allon White Saturday Breakfast Clubs are a popular place to catch up on all things motoring.  Visitors share a sports car passion and come to chat with like-minded folk who speak car!

Each month we have a different speaker or 'workshop' to boost your knowledge, entertain you or just give you an excuse to take your car out for a drive.  Past topics have included tips when buying or selling cars, valeting masterclasses, test drive days and talks on motor racing.

Bacon rolls, tea, coffee and chocolate biscuits are served from 9:30, though as it's a breakfast not a brunch club, arrive too late and the food will be finished!  There's no need to book, just turn up and bring anyone who prefers to spend Saturday mornings in a garage than a garden centre!

The themes for our next meetings are:

Saturday 2nd December - Scalextric challenge

At December's Breakfast Club we'll be holding our annual Scalextric Challenge. Come and show off your driving skills and take part in the general mayhem which is sure to ensue on track! 'Amazing' prizes on offer for the top drivers, mince pies and bacon rolls for the rest of us...

Saturday 6th January - no Breakfast Club

We're NOT holding a Breakfast Club in January, but we look forward to welcoming everyone to our Breakfast Clubs from February onwards, with lots of great speakers and themes lined up!

Saturday 3rd February - Ferdinand Porsche and Alfred Neubauer

For our February Breakfast Club, we're delighted that Roy Smith has again agreed to give one of his very informative and entertaining talks.  He'll be telling us about the life of Dr Ferdinand Porsche (his name says it all) and Albert Neubauer (legendary race team boss of Mercedes Benz) - contemporaries and colleagues during the earlier part of the last century.

Saturday 2nd March - A British Icon...The mini

Back by popular demand is Nick Cooke, who delivered an excellent talk at one of our previous Breakfast Clubs. This time, his talk will be about one of the most enduring of British motoring icons, the Mini. Prepared to be entertained as we learn from Nick about its design and its success as a family car, race car and fashion accessory.

Breakfast Club Venue:

Allon White Sports Cars
119 High Street
MK43 0BS

We're always looking for ideas for our Breakfast Club themes, so if you have any suggestions of what you would like us to do, then please email them to