“Whether you are an avid collector, a movie buff or a classic car enthusiast, what better way could there be to spend a memorable late summer weekend?” questioned show director Bas Bungish. “After such a long, hard hiatus we are delighted to be offering all classic car enthusiasts what’s an exciting, innovative and Covid-compliant festival.”
“In such challenging times, we have worked tirelessly to create a new style of classic car show that meets all the Government’s latest social-distancing guidelines and thus ensures visitors feel safe at all times. Now, with so much to admire and to enjoy, The Classic Car Drive In Weekend is all set to be a very, very welcome family day out,” added Neil Levene, the show’s Operations Director.
Visitors to the three-day festival will be treated to more than 500 stunning classic cars on display as well as in action on Bicester Heritage’s very own test track together with a choice of blockbuster films at the UK’s first drive in cinema dedicated entirely to epic car-themed movies.