About the Motorsport with Addiction
to be held from Saturday 16th February to Sunday 17th February, 2019.
MOTORSPORT WITH ATTITUDE' is a totally new Racing Car Show for 2019. The event will be the launchpad for the 2019 racing season & will bring together many of the top racing divisions from across the UK & beyond! Not only will there be the brand new cars being proudly exhibited by many racers, but there will be a multitude of trade stands covering every aspect of our sport along with many companies that supply top quality services to the motor trade & race paddock alike. We'll have a 'Live Action Arena' so that you can get your first fix of the year of burning rubber & the high octane atmosphere that we all crave after the close season. There will also be various events that everyone can get involved in. 'MWA' will be one of the social events of the year with a Party Night at the venue on Saturday night being another highlight of the weekend. There will be facilities available for transporters & motor homes to park up for the full weekend (complete with electric hook up & shower blocks) as well as many hotels both on the doorstep & a short distance away. You can arrive Friday night, park up then come & have a look around the show through the day, meet up with friends to talk racing...then party into the small hours with them! This is a show put together with you in mind...it's going to be a cracking weekend.
Sat Nav Longitude and Latitude Co-ordinates:
-0.319265 (LONG) // 52.545795 (LAT)
Get in touch
To double check the event is taking place before setting off (advisable) or for further information please contact the organisers not us! on the contact details below.
Motorsport with Addiction Contact Details
- Contact Name: Daniel Ellis
- Organisation: Motorsport with Addiction
- Address: East of England Showground, Oundle Road, Alwalton, Peterborough
- Postcode: PE2 6XE
- Phone: 07912 698863
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