Bicester will open its gates to thousands of enthusiasts on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th June 2018 for the inaugural collaboration between Classic & Sports Car Show and Flywheel Festival.
The TR Register has organised a 30% discount for TR Register members for Sunday 24th June, to book there is a discount code, you can find this on the members pages and tickets are available through the TR Register shop.
HOW TO BOOK
Please go to the ticketing site: Ticket Booking Site - Classic & Sports Car Show
Select the entry tickets you want, and then scroll down the page to request the display parking passes you need. Be aware if you don't request a parking pass on the day you will be directed to the public car park on arrival even if you are in a club car, as there will not be allocated space for your car on your stand.
If you order E-tickets to print at home, there is no transaction fee. If you want your tickets mailed to you, there will be a £1.95 Standard Delivery charge per transaction (not per ticket).
PARKING PASSES - please note, the club stand parking passes will NOT be sent out with the entry tickets. The parking pass will be emailed to you separately. TR Register members will be told that at time of your booking as a reminder.
BOOKING DEADLINE - all your club tickets must be booked by 17:00 on Friday June 8th.
To get the 30% discount you will need a code, click here TR Register discount code which is located on the members pages of this website (login required). Remember, the TR Register stand is on Sunday 24th June 2018, however you can use this discount code for a full weekend tickets but you will exhibit individually wherever you are directed on the Saturday.
Flywheel has been one of the automotive calendar's must-see events since its debut showing in 2015, celebrating the very best of historic motoring and aviation in the perfect surroundings.
The Classic & Sports Car Show enjoyed a successful debut at Alexandra Palace in 2015, with £30 million worth of classic cars coming to the London venue. Moving to Bicester Heritage and teaming up with Flywheel will allow the event to grow and benefit from the festival's exemplary reputation and following.
The new collaboration will combine land and air demonstrations of cars and aircraft, as well as cars on display from private owners and collectors, not to mention classics dealers.
Classic & Sports Car Head of Content, Alastair Clements, said: "We look forward to welcoming readers and enthusiasts from across the UK and Europe to the fabulous Bicester Heritage for what promises to be a highlight of next summer for classic fans. We're thrilled to be joining forces with one of the most exciting new events to join the classic calendar in recent years."