A convoy of motoring enthusiasts will be stopping off at the former Rover factory this morning in restored Austin, Morris and MG 1100s.
Work on the next phase of the multi-million pound project to turn the M6 in the West Midlands into a managed motorway starts today.
Officers from the Road Policing Unit in Leicester will be stopping motorists today as part of the successful FATAL4 campaign.
One of the Midlands' iconic cars has been back to Longbridge to mark its Golden anniversary.
The BMC 1100 wore badges by Austin, Morris, MG and more and was a massively popular family car in the 60s and 70s.
A convoy is travelling from Land's End to John O' Groats for charity driven by proud owners from across Europe.
Graham Compton, Leicestershire Constabulary.
"Every day within the county we're having somebody killed or seriously injured. The main reason for this is because of excess speed, people using their mobile phones, not using their seatbelts and of course drinking and driving. It's called the Fatal 4."