Attended by over 400 club members and VIPs, including special guest host Quentin Willson (TV presenter, motoring journalist and author), the launch of Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club 2015 Yearbook: Celebrating 90 Years of the Phantom took place in the Grand Ballroom at the Dorchester Hotel in central London.
The RREC’s newest publication Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club 2015 Yearbook: Celebrating 90 Years of the Phantom was launched at London’s prestigious Dorchester Hotel last week at a VIP champagne reception.
Written by a collection of Rolls-Royce experts and motoring journalists, the beautifully designed, 444-page hardback publication explores the origins and heritage of one of Rolls-Royce’s most revered motor-car models – the Phantom – and delves into the stories and personalities that go to make the marque “the best car in the world” to this day.
In keeping with the event’s luxurious setting, a 1931 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental was on display in the Ballroom to greet guests, who were then invited to enjoy a champagne and canapé reception.
Produced by publisher St James’s House, the book is the annual flagship publication of the RREC – one of the largest car clubs in the world and a leading authority on the iconic Rolls-Royce brand.
“It’s been a real joy working with the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club on this publication,” says St James’s House Director Richard Freed. “Their passion for the cars is infectious, and the name Rolls-Royce itself is synonymous with luxury and design excellence the world over.”
St James’s House is a leading custom publisher based in London. High-resolution photos of the book and launch event are available on request.