Our good friend Steve Berry returns to Motorfest as our Guest Judge and Commentator.
Steve will form part of the Concours Judging Team along with Neville Hay and Classic Car Weekly Editor, David Simister.
Steve will also provide his own unique style of commentary for the AutoSOLO challenge from around 11.30 to about 12.45
Following this, Steve along with the Mayor of West Lancashire, will present the Concours Awards at around 13.30 in Coronation Park.
2018 sees the return of our much loved AutoSOLO Challenge to Park Pool Car Park.
This is a competitive driving test for road legal cars running to Motor Sports Association regulations.
Featuring 10 of the best AutoSOLO and AutoTEST drivers in the North West, the tests will run from 10.00 to approx 14.15
Timed to the nearest 1/10th of a second, each driver will have a round 12 runs at the test course, which is set out in the Coronation Park side of Park Pool Car Park.
The public will also be entertained by the guest appearance of former BBC Top Gear presenter Steve Berry, who will provide live commentary and driver interviews from about 11.30am, following the Parade Driver’s briefing.
Spectator viewing will be from the Coronation Park side of the test course and on either side of the test site.
The AutoSOLO runs under an Clubman’s MSA Permit and is being run by Bolton Le Moors Car Club in association with Aintree Circuit Club by invitation only.
AutoSOLOs are a great way to start in low cost competitive Motor Sport.
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ACC is delighted to announce that we are now open for Entries for Parades, Coronation Park and the Ormskirk Concours d’Elegance.
Participants may enter by completing our online entry forms from our Registration Page from today 24th March.
Entry to the Parades has been kept at just £10, which contributes to the safety costs of the event, especially course and safety Marshals.
Media Professionals and Marshals may also now register for Motorfest too via the online system.
As part of the 60th Anniversary celebrations of the 1955 British Grand Prix, the first to be hosted at Aintree, local enthusiasts, headed by Peter Molyneux, have created a scale replica of the full 3 mile Aintree Circuit, the UK’s only purpose built Grand Prix track.
The track will be hosted in the Masonic Hall on the corner of Park Road & Aughton Street in the Town Centre (above O’Briens Tea Rooms).
Entrance is free and prospective Formula 1 drivers will be able to have a go at driving the circuit in exchange for a small donation to Charity.
The track will be open from approx 11.00 to 17.00. Refreshments will also be available to purchase.