Cholmondeley Power and Speed, 10-12 June 2016, Cheshire
Start date: 10/06/2016
The North West’s ‘Cholmondeley Power and Speed’ event will take place from the 10-12 June 2016, and this year’s theme will be ‘Supercars Past & Present’…
The ninth staging of the Cheshire-based event will adopt the new name, and visitors will be able to get up close and personal with some of the most powerful, eye-catching and revered supercars and bikes in the world. Over recent years, the Mono from NAA member BAC has set some of the fastest times on the Cholmondeley circuit.
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The 2016 staging of the event will also feature the inaugural Motorshow Live. Taking place on the Friday of the event, this all-new element of Cholmondeley Power and Speed will give car manufacturers the opportunity to demonstrate their latest models on track while enabling guests to test drive in a unique racing environment. There’s also a new Gumball Rally Class.
James Hall, event director said: “Over the past eight years, we have worked to keep our annual motorsport event at Cholmondeley Castle as entertaining, family-friendly and fresh as possible, resulting in record visitor numbers last year. With a racetrack that rewards power and speed, we felt it was time for these key factors to be better represented in the event name and after much thought, Cholmondeley Power and Speed was born.”
“We teamed the new name with a revised format which allows us to offer manufacturers a hands-on experience for their guests, seeing first-hand what makes our track special in some truly great cars. We are sure that this, combined with the on and off-track action, air displays and water activity for which Cholmondeley has become famous, will make 2016 the best and most exciting event yet.”
Additional features and content on land, air and water will be announced over the coming weeks, with all elements of the event once again set against the stunning backdrop of Cholmondeley Castle and its beautiful parkland.