Race-goers make their way to watch a race in the
royal enclosure during the Royal Ascot horse racing week in Ascot, England.
Royal Ascot is the world's most famous race meeting, steeped in history that
dates back to 1711. Ascot is one of the highlights of the British social
calendar where the idea of 'class' still prevails. Royalty mix with the rich
and famous in the Royal Enclosure which was originally established to provide
the Royal Family and their selected guests with privacy, security and
exclusivity, allowing them to enjoy their day in comfort and style. While the
'well-to-do' politely sip champagne in their segregated area, the commoners
generally get very drunk in theirs.