All of the clubs monthly meetings are open to all, whether you are a Lotus enthusiast, member of the club or just like going out and meeting friends. As well as regular monthly meetings, there are also other local events organised throughout the year. If you would like to join your local area for their next event or meeting and would like to be kept updated simply become a member of the Lotus Drivers Club and select the areas of interest during your membership application.

Avon (S Gloucestershire) - LDC

Cheshire - LDC

Derbyshire (Midlands) - LDC

Devon & Cornwall - LDC / L7C

East Anglia - LDC / L7C

Hertfordshire - LDC

Kent & East Sussex - LDC / L7C

Lancashire & Cumbria - LDC

Lincolnshire - LDC

Scotland - LDC

South Wales - LDC

Warwickshire (Midlands) - LDC

Wessex - LDC

West Wales - LDC

Yorkshire - LDC / L7C

Announcing a new cooperation between the Lotus Drivers Club and Lotus Seven Club

The Lotus Drivers Club and the Lotus Seven Club are pleased to announce a pilot cooperation in several areas of the country with the objective of pooling our resources to increase the number and variety of events and meetings available to members of both clubs. We also hope that the increased variety of Lotus and Caterham cars at all events will only add to the experience for everyone.

The heritage of Lotus & Caterham Sevens is very valued and respected by LDC and acknowledged as the core DNA of all modern Lotus cars. The current Caterham range remains true to Colin Chapman’s ultra-lightweight concept of the Lotus Seven. As the newer models move ever upwards in specification and refinement, albeit with all their 1.8 and 3.5 litre Toyota engines now being supercharged, this inevitably leads to increased weight. However, Lotus still regard this lightweight philosophy as a core value and all Lotus cars remain true sports cars with class-leading legendary Lotus performance and handling for their size and specification. There is a great mutual interest in the range of cars owned by members of our two clubs and we have already seen a great camaraderie at joint meetings. We hope that this initiative will improve the clubs offerings to all our members in the areas being trialled and lead to a greater level of cooperation in the future. The areas initially being trialled are Yorkshire, Kent & East Sussex, Devon & Cornwall and Norfolk & Suffolk