Two Counties Motor Show will showcase cars old, new and outrageously fast

This year's Two Counties Motor Show is on June 30.

This year's Two Counties Motor Show is on June 30. - Credit: Archant

ORGANISERS of the Two Counties Motor Show are in the final stages of preparing what is going to be the biggest event yet.

This year's Two Counties Motor Show is on June 30.

This year's Two Counties Motor Show is on June 30. - Credit: Archant

The show, on June 30, continues to build upon its reputation for providing a mix of old, new and outrageously fast cars for one fantastic family day out.

With more car dealers and classic car exhibitors than ever before, The Stig posing for photographs, a Formula 1 simulator in which you can time trial around Silverstone, along with the British Grand Prix shown live, trade stands, bouncy castles, games, refreshments and face painting, there is something for everyone.

For those pondering the purchase of a new car, whether it be for increased comfort, added capacity, lower emissions or just something sporty for the weekend, the Two Counties Motor Show offers the most efficient way to make that choice.

Forget spending hours driving to visit each of the dealers. This show provides the chance to make a relaxed tour of the local dealers’ marquees, take a look at the leading manufacturers and learn more about the exciting features of the latest models.

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From Mini to McLaren, there will be vehicles of all sizes, to suit all budgets and all tastes, so there’s bound to be something that catches your eye.

Classic car enthusiasts will be able to view up to 200 models of yesteryear’s finest. Owners and classic car club members will be on hand to introduce the exhibits and answer questions.

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The show will once again be held at the Rowley Mile Racecourse in Newmarket. Tickets cost £5 for adults and £3 for children aged 11-16. Under-11s come for free.

Organised by the Cambridge and Newmarket Lions Clubs, the show raises funds for charity. This year, all proceeds will be going to local charities and local projects including the Suffolk Young Carers and Headway.

Doors are open from 9.30am–4.30pm. The site is cash only. No dogs.

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