Petrolheads in for a treat as car show returns

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Petrolheads will be spoiled rotten when the 11th annual Yorkshire Modified Car Show returns to Pickering Showground on Sunday.

Regarded as one of the best car shows in the North of England, it will feature hundreds of cars, including a £250,000 Lamborghini, American classics, and extreme audio cars as well as the chance for car enthusiasts to show off their own labours of love, ranging from hot rods to modified street cars.

Further entertainment comes from a radio Controlled car track which includes professional drifting demonstrations and the opportunity for punters to race their own electric cars, and the main arena attractions – the driver challenge obstacle Course and The Jez Avery Stunt Show featuring precision driving, doughnuts, wheelies and the all-new roll over quad.

Inside the exhibition hall, there will be the Yorkshire Top 25 elite show car competition, a specialist trade village, ICE competitions, models, and DJs, including a special guest performance from MC Stallion, of Britain’s Got Talent fame.

Admission costs £8 for adults, £7 for over-65s, £4 for children under the age of 16, and £20 for a family ticket of two adults and three children. Parking is free. Gates open at 10am.

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