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Will Sadiq Khan’s car pollution tax drive classic race off the road?


Will Sadiq Khan’s car pollution tax drive classic race off the road? ULEZ expansion threatens annual London to Brighton Mini Run

  • Sadiq Khan’s decision to expand the zone will add £25 to the cost of the race
  • The race attracts more than 1,500 Mini i owners each May

This year’s annual London to Brighton Mini Run looks set to be the last – because of the capital’s Ultra Low Emission Zone.

London mayor Sadiq Khan’s decision to expand the zone – in which the most polluting cars have to pay a charge – will add £25 to the cost of the race.

The race attracts more than 1,500 Mini owners each May in a colourful convoy along a 45-mile route. 

But now an organiser behind the 37-year-old event has written on Facebook: ‘Sadly, this is probably going…



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