ABOUT SUPERCAR FEST
In just six years, Supercar Fest has become one of the major supercar event organisers in the UK. All our events are dynamic so stand out from the rest as you get to see these incredible machines in their natural habitat.
Developed by two highly experienced experts in the fields of commercial sport and motorsport, Supercar Fest the brand allows all types of individuals unrivalled access to the supercar scene. Supercar Fest is not just the most family friendly supercar event in the UK but the most accessible for visitors, owners, exhibitors and sponsors.
The public enjoy full access to the cars and their drivers with no fenced-off restricted areas in the paddocks except for the Hypercar Zone. Mingle and chat with the supercar owners, watch the cars in action, browse the exhibitor stands and check out the car club displays.
ABOUT SYWELL AERODROME
Sywell Aerodrome opened in 1928 as a grass strip for the emerging private aircraft craze. During the 2nd World War it became RAF Sywell and was used for training pilots using Tiger Moths and it also became a repair centre for Wellington bombers. The venue was used for the 1969 film Battle of Britain featuring Michael Caine. In 2007 the venue was granted permission to install a concrete runway which was completed in 2009. And this runway is an integral part of the ‘side by side’ action at Supercar Fest in May.
ABOUT MALLORY PARK
An iconic motor sport venue nestled in the heart of the Leicestershire countryside, Mallory Park has a rich racing heritage and an adrenalin-fuelled future, with plans to revive motorsport memories spanning half a century with the return of big-time events.
Set among tranquil lakes and rolling hills, Mallory Park’s location also makes it a unique event venue, where delegates can arrive at their company conference as a sales rep and depart as a racing driver with a motorsport competition licence.
From adrenaline fuelled racing to high-speed passenger rides to triathlons and cycling – the friendly circuit puts its visitors in the driving seat, inviting you to participate, not just spectate.