Win tickets to the Great Western Kit and Car Builder Show!
PUBLISHED: 12:22 10 November 2009 | UPDATED: 00:31 16 June 2010
As the nights draw in and thoughts of a dull winter creep into your mind, there s an indoor event for the whole family and motoring fans that will brighten things up.
As the nights draw in and thoughts of a dull winter creep into your mind, there's an indoor event for the whole family and motoring fans that will brighten things up.
Fast and furious adrenalin rides, stunning replica super cars and even UK exclusive car launches from some of the 50 manufacturers showcasing their beautifully crafted machines will make for an action packed indoor weekend.
The Great Western Kit and Car Builder Show returns to Exeter Westpoint indoor arena on Saturday, November 21 and Sunday, November 22, giving visitors a window into the very best of the UK's kit car motoring industry. For the novice motoring fan, most of the replicas on show resemble the world's finest supercars in all but badge, while the 400 odd private kit cars that turn up each year give an insight into the industries variety of offerings.
Visitors can also look forward to a selection of exciting motoring attractions. Motorcycle stunt rider Kevin Carmichael will thrill the crowds with spectacular wheelies and breathtaking stunts, while visitors can experience the pro drivers in full swing by hitching a ride in a Westfield Sportscar for an adrenalin-packed slalom ride around the HSBC Arena.
The show will appeal to car lovers of all ages, guaranteeing an eye catching and fun day out for the whole family no matter what the weather. If you're passionate about cars or simply looking for a good day out then this is the show for you!
The Great Western Kit and Car Builder Show takes place at Exeter Westpoint from 10am to 5pm on both days. Admission: £10 for adults and £2 for children 12 years and under. Kit Car drivers with their cars enter free! Visit the website at www.kitcar-shows.co.uk for a show guide.
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