A fantastic weekend of events and displays including motor club stands, motor trade stands, autojumble, craft fair and a quality classic and supercar auction as well fun activities for the whole family.
Take a look at some of the main features:
- Marque Feature – To be announced
- Classic, Vintage, and Sports cars
- Supercar displays and tour arrivals on each day
- Rally car display
- American cars including Hot Rods and Custom
- Race cars – historic and modern
- Electric and Special cars
- Car Clubs with more than 50 stands
- Vintage motorcycle display
- Motor Trade, Autojumble, Craft Fair – over 150 stands
- Charterhouse Classic and Supercar Auctions – Learn more
- Castle and Grounds open to visitors – see Venue
- Wide range of food outlets and beautiful picnic areas – see Eating at the Show
- Free parking with dedicated disabled and motorcycle areas – see Getting Here & Parking
- Radio-controlled model race track – Learn more
- Live music entertainment and attractions – Learn more
- Exhibitor camping and caravan facilities – Learn more
Visit The Cars section for more information and links to pictures galleries of cars at the 2016 event.
The Show organisers are delighted to have as commentators this year two of the most knowledgeable and experienced people in the industry who have both given their services free of charge – Peter W. Card and Graham Robson.
Peter W. Card has a BSc in mediaeval history and has written eight books and many articles about early motoring and component parts. He has appeared on television and radio on many occasions, either talking about the restoration of vehicles, or discussing transport memorabilia and their use with vehicles.
Originally working at Bonhams in London, for the past 13- years Peter has managed his own independent auction company specialising in Early Transport Literature. He is an honorary member of the Society of Automotive Historians and, chairman of the Michael Sedgwick Memorial Trust. Peter is a regular commentator at other events, including the annual London to Brighton Run.
Graham Robson studied Engineering at Oxford University and joined Jaguar Cars as a graduate trainee, becoming involved in design work on the Mk II, E-Type and Mark X. Beginning as a hobby; he became a rally co-driver, eventually joining the Sunbeam ‘works’ team in 1961. He won other rallies up to International level (once with Roger Clark), but stopped rallying by 1968.
In the last 45 years, Robson has lived ‘by the pen’ and ‘by the voice’, not only writing but commentating, presenting and organising events of all types. In recent years he has done many video commentaries, script writing and video treatments. He has published more than 160 books, and more are pending.
In recent years, Graham has also participated as a keynote speaker and commentator for events as diverse as the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the International Classic Motorsport Show (Race Retro), the Rally Show, the MSA Aviva Run, the Culzean and Drumlanrig Castle Autoclassicas in Scotland, and Wales Rally GB, along with other major events in Britain, France, Northern Ireland, and North America.