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…