WELCOME to the UK Crossfires Club Web Site!
This is the home for UK drivers of the Chrysler Crossfire. It details events, news and more. If you own a Chrysler Crossfire, let us know and please come along to one of our events. We are a growing club, and we hope to expand our size to make future Crossfire gatherings bigger and better!
Due to current situation the Club has postponed taking any applications for membership to the Club until further notice.
Our last visit to this magnificent house was 3 years ago so we thought it is time to go again.
Link to venue: https://www.chatsworth.org
Unfortunately the venue will not give us a designated parking area so we need to arrive no later than 10am to try and all park together in the main car park only. Look for the club flags. Car parking is free.
As this is a group booking payment will need to be collected from each member and then tickets will purchased prior to entry to the house and gardens. Please make sure you pay by cash or cheque on the day. There is no option to purchase group rate tickets individually.
The costs will be:
£15.90 per person for the house and gardens or £12.00 per person just for the gardens.
This is the events listing for the coming year. Please make a note in your diaries.
Full details will be posted on the webpage, Facebook and emailed 4 weeks prior to each event.
April 7th – Annual General Meeting and Lunch, Witney Lakes Resort, Witney
April 28th – St Georges Day Run, Sandringham, Norfolk
May 12th – Cars by the Moat, Leeds Castle, Kent
May 19th – Chiltern Hills Rally, Aylesbury, Oxford
June 9th – Cliffhanger Café & Castle, Christchurch, Dorset
July 14th – British Ironworks, Oswestry, Shropshire
July 21st – Blenheim Palace, Witney, Oxfordshire
August 18th – Lupin Farm Car Show, Lichfield, Staffs
September 22nd – Chatsworth House, Bakewell, Derbyshire
October 13th – Brooklands Autumn Motorsport Day, Weybridge, Surrey
December 8th – Winter Warmer, Witney Lakes, Banbury
By Mike Darby
Many of you may know that during my time with the Club I have been lucky enough to be able to re-unite the two Startechs that Chrysler UK used in 2004 to promote the Crossfire and both cars have been seen in many editorials with the, now, famous aerial shot.
In October 2011 Steve Walsh, the then Leader of the Club, wrote an article which is on the Club website under Owners’ stories. This is the latest on the journey of these two cars.