Motor events have always been the best reason for petrolheads to fall in love with brand new and highly customised cars. These events have been strategic in the boom of automobile industry in the recent years. Pack your bags as there would be some fantastic car festivals happening in 2018. These high energy events will definitely help you take your love for mechanics a step ahead.
Geneva Motor Show (8th-18th March)
This international event is one of the top-rated motor shows on the planet that has become the platform for the launch many new cars each year. It will also give the prize of the “Car of The Year” to the most impressive showcase of the 88th motor show.
London Motor Show (17th-20th May)
Being the largest car show in UK, it gives the opportunity to look at the top brands of the world competing for crowd’s attention. You will be able to witness the latest technology, talk with industry legends and test drive new vehicles.
Le Mans 24 Hour Race (17th June)
It is the most popular endurance race of the planet and this year, it would be its 85th anniversary. The race would be held in the historic race track of La Sarthe for a full day i.e. 24 hours. Book your tickets early to experience the thrill from the grandstand.
Isle of Man TT (26th May-8th June)
It is the most reputed gathering of top notch bikes on a 37 miles track that incorporates bends, stone walls, bumps and a mountain course. The race demands more than skills as one has to be outrageously brave to compete in it.
Formula 1 British Grand Prix (5th -8th July)
The celebrated Formula 1 season will hit the Silverstone race track this July with the best drivers around the world. You can book the Pit Walk if you want to get close to the cars used in the most famous car race.
Goodwood Festival of Speed (13th -15th July)
Gooodwood has always projected itself as the most popular car show ever. It is organised for a week in Goodwood Estate at Chichester. The grand event showcases some good old classic cars with F1 models, high end supercars and celebrity guests. The real-life replicas of cars used in race will give you a hint of the thrill one feels on a track.
Carfest North and South
North (27th -29th July), South (24th -26th August)
The show is organised in Cheshire for North Audiences and in Hampshire for audiences of the South. The festivals are packed with music shows, drinks, food and fun rides. It also hosts a parade in name of “Car”-nival Parade and donates all the earnings to a charity- Children in Need too.
Frankfurt Motor Show (20th-27th September)
The event is held after a year’s gap and gives platforms to international car makers to showcase the best they have. The German show is popular for concept cars and exhibition of the famous European manufacturing technology.
Grab your tickets as soon as you can for the automotive industry’s biggest and grandest shows. You would not like to miss the chance of witnessing an engineering wonder on its maiden display.