Hundreds of vintage cars today took part in the Bonhams' London to Brighton Veteran Car Run on Sunday.
More than 450 vehicles set off from Hyde Park this morning to drive the 60 miles to the East Sussex town as motoring enthusiasts flocked to the capital's streets to watch.
But not everyone made it all the way.
One unlucky motorist was forced to call the RAC after his antique automobile gave up the ghost while others were also spotted having difficulties.
Now in its 121st year, the rally is the longest-running motoring event in the world.
The event commemorates the Emancipation Run of 14 November 1896 which celebrated the speed limit for 'light locomotives' being raised from 4 mph to 14 mph.
Until 1896, the law had required a man with a red flag to walk ahead of all cars, which meant they could not exceed walking pace.
To be eligible to enter, cars must have a pre-1905 registration. Vehicles must reach the Brighton finish line by 4.30pm to qualify for a medal.
Celebrity drivers taking part include Charley Boorman, driving a 1904 Rover 8 hp from the British Motor Museum, and BBC presenters Chris Evans and Alex Jones.
Fancy seeing you here: Two men don masks of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as they cross Westminster Bridge in their black vehicle
Going nowhere fast: Mechanics from the RAC help a man whose antique car has broken down
It's going to be a long way to Brighton! Two women wait for help after their car breaks down during the rally
Oops: Participants crossing Westminster Bridge are forced to stop after their car breaks down
And they're off! Charlie Boorman and Damon Hill tear up the Red Flag to start The Bonham's Vintage car Run from Hyde Park Corner
Full steam ahead: Participants drive through Wellington Arch as crowds gather to watch
Fun for all the family: More than 450 vehicles set off from Hyde Park this morning to drive the 60 miles to Brighton
Taking in the sights: Participants cross over Westminster Bridge in London as they take part in the annual London to Brighton Veteran Car Run
Clear the slow lane! A vintage car crosses Westminster Bridge in central London during the Bonhams London to Brighton Veteran Car Run
Tight squeeze: Now in its 121st year, the rally is the longest-running motoring event in the world
Oh là là! These vintage car enthusiasts impressed with their French model, which sported a Tricolore
Travelling back in time: Motoring enthusiasts from across the country braved the chilly weather to watch the antique automobiles as they weaved through the streets of the capital
Not again! Another car breaks down passing over Westminster bridge and gets a push start from bystanderss Bonhams London To Brighton Veteran Car Run
One of the first: One pair drove the 1897 Bergmann down the Mall past Buckingham Palace
All smiles: Participants cross over Westminster Bridge in London as they take part in the annual London to Brighton Veteran Car Run
Travelling in style: Len Brownm, Harrods's curator of historic vehicles with the Harrods 1901 veteran Pope Waverley electric car in Hyde Park ahead of the annual Bonhams London to Brighton Veteran Car Run
Old meets new: A passenger in a bright green vehicle films the spectacle on their smart phone
What a beauty! A man passes over Westminster Bridge in his blue and yellow vehicle at sunrise
Bit misty this morning? These passengers wrapped up warm as they make their way through Hyde Park during the 60-mile rally
What a view: Passengers take in the stunning views of central London as they make their way (slowly) across Westminster Bridge
Traditional: Now in its 121st year, the rally is the longest-running motoring event in the world
Holding up traffic: The vintage cars weaved their way through central London traffic at a considerably slower pace
On the road again! This pair braved the cold in a stunning open-top blue and gold car as they travel through Hyde Park
Steampunks dream: Some fans really got into the spirit by dressing in period attire for the occasion
On the road: Car-lovers took to the road for the legendary car showcase, which sees some of the oldest vehicles drive a 60 mile route from London to Brighton
Iconic: The cars drove a route which started at Hyde Park Corner and passed a slew of London landmarks
Pedal to the medal: One history fan chose a more unconventional vehicle, riding a penny farthing
Good to go! BBC presenter Chris Evans gave a friend a high five before hitting the road
Vroom! Alex Jones was seen taking the wheel of the vintage bus to raise money for Children in Need