This June The Supercar & Rally Show comes to Bangor-On-Dee Racecourse.
Combining the thrilling world of supercars from marques such as Porsche, Lamborghini, Aston Martin and many others with the spectacle of the world of rallying it is set to be an amazing day on Sunday 18th June and what better way to celebrate Father’s Day.
Untimed on track entertainment will be accompanied by displays from several manufacturers, owner’s clubs, trade stands and not forgetting children’s entertainment, there really will be something for everyone.
Chester Race Company’s catering and events division; Horseradish, will be on hand to keep spectators fed and watered with a variety of food and beverage outlets on-course. Whilst those looking for a more premium offering will have the option to dine from the on-site restaurant with a carvery option.
There will be two celebrations of motoring, both of which are 30th Anniversaries. The first being 30 years since Grp ‘A’ cars like the awesome Lancia Delta and the winged Ford Cosworth came to the fore in World Rallying, a selection of period cars will be thrilling the crowds on track. The second celebration is 30 years since the end of the Motoring News Championship, a glorious time when the venerable Ford Escort would do battle with Mini’s, Chevettes and many others during the dead of the night.
Tickets are £20, available at the gate or £35 for a family of four.
Visit the official website www.tsars.org for further details.
Looking to treat Dad to a special day out this Father’s Day? There are a limited number of tickets available to pre-book for the carvery package priced at £25 per person. Register your interest by emailing email@example.com.
Disclaimer Motorsport can be dangerous, by purchasing tickets you agree to the following: '' I declare that I/we will not hold the promoters , venue or entrants liable for loss or injury resulting from any incident at the venue. I acknowledge that I understand the nature and type of the event and the potential risk inherent with motor sport and agree to accept that risk. Whilst the promoter has taken all reasonable steps to ensure public safety, this does not negate the general public from responsibility. Any adult who shall so bring minors with them takes full responsibility for their safety also. Promoted by Lightning House Ltd.''