A much loved attraction returns to Motorfest this year…our AutoSOLO Challenge!
This spectacular test of driving skill, featuring 15 different types of cars driven by the North West’s best AutoSOLO competitors, returns to Park Pool.
Tests will be run on the Park Pool Car Park, next to Coronation Park and will run from 10am to 2.15pm.
The AutoSOLO will be run by Aintree Circuit Club in association with our friends at Bolton Le Moors Car Club.
FINAL INSTRUCTIONS containing event timings, arrival instructions, locations, entry lists and procedures, will be emailed to Parade and Coronation Park participants in a few days.
Concours participants will receive their Finals after the closing date – 18th Aug.
If you have any queries, please email our event Secretary, Mike Ashcroft direct: firstname.lastname@example.org
14th Aug 2018.
Motorfest has managed to attract two superb high performance contemporary sports cars to the event.
The Red Bull Aston Martin V12 DB11 and the Ginetta G55 GT4 race car of Southport’s Ben Wallace have been confirmed today.
These superb high performance cars will be on display in the Town Centre Paddocks and will take part in the closed road parades that take place between 2.30 and 4.30 on the Sunday afternoon.
Aintree Circuit Club, organisers of the Ormskirk Motorfest and organisers of the Ormskirk Concours d’Elegance, are delighted to announce a special class for vehicles manufactured or registered in 1958.
Since 2014, the Club has celebrated the 60th Anniversary of either the British Grand Prix held at Aintree or other significant motoring events, such as the 90th Anniversary of the Land Speed record held at Ainsdale.
This year we will be celebrating all things motoring from 1958, so if you have a car or bike manufactured or registered in 1958, then we would encourage you to enter the Concours.
Enter online here: https://ormskirkmotorfest.com/concours-delegance/
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.
Aintree Circuit Club are delighted to announce that the Awards for the inaugural Ormskirk Concours will be supported by a local building services company, Halsall based Carequick Airconditioning.
Established for over 20 years and supplying and installing airconditioning systems across the North West, their Managing Director, Colin Maxwell said “I have entered my cars in 3 motorfests and think it is a fantastic event. When I heard about the new Concours Competition, I was delighted to be able to offer support for this new element of Motorfest and wish it every success.
Online entries are now open with 13 classes catering for all ages and types of cars and motorcycles.