Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club (RREC) book launch at the Dorchester Hotel

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.

imageWritten 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.