Motoring events

UK motoring events and festival in 2020 (part 4)

JapFest Silverstone

Date: May 3

Venue: Silverstone Circuit, Towcester, Northamptonshire

Prices: Advanced ticket prices from £22.50 to £27, on the day £32. Free for two children aged 14 or under enter with paying adult.

The biggest Japanese car show of Europe is back at Silverstone Circuit this year. Experience non-stop high-speed Japanese track action such as spectacular drifting displays and more than 4,000 of Europe’s best Japanese cars displayed from the thriving club scene of the UK.

Simply Ford at Beaulieu

Date: May 3

Venue: National Motor Museum, New Forest, Hampshire

Prices: Adults £12.50, children 5 to 16 years old £6. Children aged under-5 enter for free. Standard entry: adults £24.75, students and senior citizens £23.75, children 5 to 16 years old £12.50.

All Ford owners are invited to drive their cars into Beaulieu on 3rd May and then park up in the complex for a superb day out for all Ford owners and enthusiasts. From restored Mk1 Escorts, custom Fiestas to the odd Transit, Beaulieu’s Simply Ford show is one of the premier Ford events of the UK. It is set to provide a great chance to admire a stunning range of vehicles as well as to connect with fellow enthusiasts.

Gaydon Land Rover Show

Date: May 9-10

Venue: British Motor Museum, Gaydon, Warwickshire

Prices: Adults from £11.50, children 5-16 years old from £7, under five enter for free.

The event dedicated to the iconic Land Rover marque that featues hundreds of Land Rovers from 1948 to present. More details are going to be soon announced.

Masters Historic Festival

Date: May 23-24

Venue: Brands Hatch Circuit, Longfield, Kent

Prices: Adults from £18, children 13-15 years old from £12, under-13s for free.

Formula One’ s glorious past will be revisited at the Masters Historic Festival of Brands Hatch in May including hot race action from the Masters Historic Formula One Championship with mouth-watering machinery from the 1970s and 1980s.