Top car events and shows to check out this summer

Are you a fan of classic cars and historic motor racing? Do you often find yourself yearning for the nostalgia of bygone eras in the automotive industry? If so, you’re in luck, because there are some amazing events coming up that are sure to satisfy your desire for all things vintage and iconic.

One event that stands out is Super Touring Power 2, taking place at Brands Hatch in Kent on 29-30 June. This event promises to transport you back to the golden age of motorsport, where legendary drivers like Gabriele Tarquini and John Cleland battled it out in iconic racing machinery from the past. From dramatic crashes to unexpected victories, the Super Touring era was full of unforgettable moments that are sure to be recreated at this event.

If hill climbs and historic racers are more your speed, then Classic Nostalgia at Shelsley Walsh hill climb in Worcestershire on 20-21 July is the event for you. Featuring a wide range of vintage F1 cars, Group B rally vehicles, and a fun vintage fashion contest, this event offers something for everyone who appreciates the beauty and history of classic cars.

For those who prefer the quirky and unconventional side of classic car culture, the Festival of the Unexceptional at Grimsthorpe Castle in Lincolnshire on 27 July is a must-visit. This event celebrates the everyday vehicles that once dotted our streets but have since faded into obscurity. From humble hatchbacks to forgotten family cars, the Festival of the Unexceptional is a unique and unpretentious celebration of automotive history.

So, whether you’re a die-hard fan of Super Touring powerhouses or you appreciate the elegance of classic cars on the hill climb, there is an event coming up that will satisfy your craving for all things vintage and iconic. Don’t miss out on the chance to relive the glory days of motorsport and celebrate the beauty of classic cars at these upcoming events. Visit the provided links to learn more and start planning your trip back in time.

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