The 2019 WWABFM Planning Committee would like to thank BritSport of Seattle and Moss Motors for their vision and support of the Western Washington All British Field Meet. We urge you to support them with your patronage.
The 2019 WWABFM celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Mini with a great display of classic and modern Mini’s. In addition to the Mini’s, the whole field was speckled with colorful and shiny British cars and motorcycles. It was quite a sight to see.
The sandwiches being offered by the food trucks were exceptional as well. Unfortunately, the coffee truck was a no show, and upon receiving an email after the show, the co-owner of the truck suffered a stroke on Friday night before the show. Correctly so, her husband was at the hospital with his wife and not with us at the show. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.
Once all the class placements have been finalized, you will find the final listing of award winners under the Prior Events tab in the menu.
The Planning Committee thanks everyone who completed the Participant Survey and turned it in at the ABFM tent. The Committee will review all the forms during the 2019 wrap up meeting and consider all suggestions for future inclusion in future shows. If you did not in your survey form, but would still like to offer your thoughts, please use the contact form under the About Us tab. We would still welcome your input.
We look forward to seeing you at the 2020 WWABFM!
2019 WWABFM is proudly being produced by the collective efforts of the Cascade Austin Healey Club, Evergreen Lotus Car Club, Jaguar Owners and Restorers Car Club, MG Car Club NW Centre, Pacific Coast Rover Club, Pacific Tiger Club, Salish Sea Mini Motoring Club, and Tyee Triumph Club
The 2019 Western Washington All British Field Meet proudly supports Food Lifeline