What makes Supercar Fest different is the ease of access to the cars and the drivers – and the first event at Shelsley Walsh in 2019 proved this with over 100 passenger rides - especially loved by the younger generation. Hopefully this can continue in 2021 at both venues with full access to the cars and their drivers and no fenced-off restricted areas in the paddocks - all subject to any social distancing no longer being a requirement. Just mingle and chat with the supercar owners. Both venues are different and have their own individual character. Sywell is immaculate in its presentation thanks to the owners and it majors on a fabulous Art Deco style which you see everywhere. Shelsley also harks back to the past with its origins from 1905 still visible in this beautiful English countryside in the Teme valley. And our promise is that everybody will be at the heart of the action.



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 will be forming an exciting part of the ‘side by side’ action at Supercar Fest in May.



Shelsley Walsh is a hidden gem in the middle of the Worcestershire countryside. Home to the Midland Automobile Club the 2nd oldest motor club in the UK. Shelsley Walsh hosts a number of motorsport and car related events during the year and has attracted many famous names over the years. Pre-war it was common for GP drivers to bring their cars and teams to this historic venue which has remained relatively unchanged (yet sympathetically updated) over the last 115 years.