We are proud to announce the launch of The London Supercar Show ‘Live', an all-new event scheduled for Saturday 11 & Sunday 12 May 2019 at the historic Blackbushe aerodrome.
With a dealer exhibition, test drive opportunities, car displays, Best in Show competition and live-action on The Strip, this new event aims to bring a unique, high-octane dynamic to the traditional supercar show format.
Due to attract an outstanding portfolio of exhibitors, the event features the ‘Supercar Showroom’ - a space for dealers, distributors and the aftermarket industry to display their cars, engage with new customers and entertain existing clients in a relaxed yet exciting environment.
Uniquely, supercar owners will be given the opportunity to enter their cars for demonstration runs on The Strip over the weekend, displaying to fellow enthusiasts what the world’s most powerful modern supercars are capable of when they blast up the classic ¼ mile strip from a standing start.
Exceptional car displays are also planned, with owners invited to enter their cars into the Best in Show event. This is not a concours, more a celebration of the supercar culture, with the emphasis on styling, colour scheme, detail, specification and drama – the hallmarks of great supercars.
“The concept for The London Supercar Show ‘Live’ is to provide the perfect platform for supercar owners, dealers, the aftermarket industry and enthusiasts to share their passion and combine the excitement of live, high performance demonstrations together with a business environment where people can seek out their next upgrade, accessory or car purchase”, says Tony Robinson, the show’s founder. “This will be the dream destination for the trade, owners, enthusiasts and spectators alike.”
Blackbushe has a rich history of hosting automotive events in the past and being only a few minutes off the M25 is easily accessible to anyone living in the south of England. The runway is exceptionally wide at 45 meters and particularly smooth, making it the perfect venue for The Strip element of the event.
“It is important to note that this is not a competitive motorsport event. Rather, it is intended to be an entertaining activity where drivers can indulge in the supercar experience in complete safety”, says Ian Berry, the event director. “Unlike a trackday, running on The Strip will not be hard on the cars, but it will allow supercar owners and dealers to experience and demonstrate the pure unbridled performance of their cars in a safe environment.”
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Tel: +44 (0)1306 743744
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