News, Non-raceday events


In late July every year we organise a Classic Car show which also includes, motorcycles, car clubs, tractors and specialist car stands. Last year we had in excess of 1000 exhibitors on the field of all types and styles.

logo We have a number of other activities taking place on the day including, children’s entertainment, stalls and trade stands of all descriptions, auto jumble, tombola, good food cooked by the local guides and much more.Each year the event builds and is more popular. Thousands of local people come and take part; we also get visitors from all over the country, some bringing their cherished classic vehicles to show. Local accommodation is inexpensive and there are local camping facilities for those that need it. We are a non profit organisation with all monies raised going to charites nominated each year by the Committee.

So if you are keen to see one of the most popular events in the area and fancy a good day out, – then come and see us.

Sunday July the 26th 2015, is the day, gates open at 10:00 am and judging starts at approximately midday for those that feel confident enough to enter. Directions are simple; leave the A1 at junction 48 Boroughbridge, and follow the Ripon signs bringing you to the B6265. The Race Course is the first thing you see as you approach the outskirts of Ripon (approximately 5 miles from the A1.) If you wish to join us as an exhibitor, pick the correct entry form from the on page links and send it to the address shown on the form. The exhibitor fee, if pre-booked is £3.00, but you can come as a late entry on the day. The late entry fee is £5.00. Similarly, if you are a trader and would like to apply for a stall, select the Trade Stand or Auto Jumble application form. If you just fancy a good day out for the whole family, we have ample free parking and a very modest entry fee of £5.00 per person with children under 14 free if accompanying an adult. So bring the family and we will see you on the 26th July 2015. Further details can be obtained by emailing Phill

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