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1896 May. Inaugural Dinner held.
They announced the 1896 Motor Show to be held at the Royal Institute in the summer and in the same month they organised a demonstration of Motor vehicles when the Prince of Wales was driven by Evelyn Ellis
1896 December. Charles Jarrott is secretary
1896 December. Organised a run from Whitehall Place to Richmond and around forty horseless carriages took part
1898 November 8th. Dinner at the Hotel Metropole 
1899 May. 'A five miles motor cycle race was held on Saturday the Crystal Palace under the auspices of the Motor Car Club. The winning machine covered the distance in 8 min. 22 sec. One mile was covered in 1 min 49 sec.; two miles in 3 min. 25 sec.; three miles in 5 min 8 sec.; and four miles in 6 min. 42secs.' 
1899 July. Motor Car Club Syndicate listed to be struck off.
1902 September. Motor Car Club (Proprietary) listed to be struck off.