The date for the 2015 MSA Spring Classic has been announced.International Motor Sports Limited (IMS) has confirmed that next year’s hugely popular scenic tour for classic cars will be staged over the weekend of 25-26 April.After two sell-out events based at Celtic Manor near Newport and Village St David’s Hotel close to Chester, next April’s third MSA Spring Classic moves to the luxurious Vale Resort Hotel situated just 15 minutes from the centre of Cardiff in South Wales.Details of the full two-day, non-competitive route will be published when entries open later in the year. IMS, though, has confirmed that the itinerary will again include a magical mix of great driving roads plus a number of cultural, motor sport and other places of interest – all chosen specifically to provide a memorable weekend of classic motoring.“As well as organising the sporting side of the British Formula One Grand Prix and Britain’s round of the FIA World Rally Championship, IMS has more than 25 years of experience in the running of highly successful classic car events both here in the UK and in Europe,” said Ben Taylor, Managing Director of IMS, the commercial subsidiary of the Motor Sports Association, the national governing body of UK motor sport.“We are announcing the date for next year’s MSA Spring Classic well in advance to give everyone enjoying the current sunshine something that they can look forward to over the dark winter months. Both the previous Spring Classics have been over-subscribed and we are confident that next year’s event will again be hugely popular both with participants and those lucky enough to catch the evocative cavalcade on the open road.”The MSA Spring Classic is open to all owners of classic cars that are more than 20 years old and has a capacity of just 100 entries. With so much to see and do, last year’s tour boasted a full-entry and even had a waiting list of disappointed drivers.Indeed the cars brushing off their winter cobwebs earlier this year included a lexicon of true classics from the golden era of the British sportscar industry. Among these were number of iconic marques including Alvis, Aston Martin, Austin Healey, Bentley, Jaguar, Lotus, MG, Morgan, Sunbeam, Triumph and TVR. They were joined by classics from right around the globe, with brands such as Porsche and Mercedes representing Europe while Ford Mustangs and Chevrolet Corvettes added a little American V8 thunder to proceedings.You can register your interest in this year’s Spring Classic by visiting here (please note this is an expression of interest rather than a reservation of a place on the 2015 event).