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Italian Job Mile of Minis

28 April @ 8.00am to 5.00pm

Eastern Bypass Road, Cowley
Oxford, OX4 6NL
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About Italian Job Mile of Minis

Now in its third year, the organisers are inviting classic and modern MINI owners of all shapes and sizes to join them for an exciting, safe, and enjoyable family driving day.

On the day, more than 150 Minis are expected to gather at the MINI Plant in Cowley, Oxford, before embarking on a driving adventure off the beaten track across Oxfordshire and into South Warwickshire.

Participants will receive a special Italian Job route book, ensuring no chance of getting lost.

The highlight of the day will be a unique visit to “LR Classic”, the award-winning classic and works division of Jaguar Land Rover, home to some of the world’s finest and rarest examples of these cars.

Located south of Coventry, this facility preserves and maintains the spirit, legend, and mystery of classic Jaguars and Land Rovers, featuring a range of original and highly collectable vehicles.



Please see important booking information below.

Booking information

Registration is now open for the event at only £28.00 per car, which covers admission for two people per car and a ‘Jobbers’ Road Book for the day, sticker, and badge.

Up to 2 additional guests can be registered for £10.00 per guest.

Organisers hope each team will raise an additional £50.00 for Buttle UK, the benefiting charity that will distribute 100% of all funds raised on the day to families still grappling with the cost-of-living crisis in the region.

Buttle UK provides crucial financial assistance, offering life-changing grants for basic items like children’s beds and household appliances, as well as supporting educational needs such as school uniforms, computers, and books.

The Mile of Minis event starts at 8.30am with the arrival and registration of all teams at the MINI Plant in Oxford.