This June marks the long-awaited return of the North’s most spectacular motorsport event, The Yorkshire Motorsport Festival.
With everything from exhibitions and hill climbs, to live music and cheerleading, the three- day event offers a wide range of entertainment, suitable for the whole family.
The events PR and Business Development Manager, Angela Taylor, said: “We’re very much family orientated in what we do.
“The Yorkshire Motorsport Festival is an opportunity for families to give their young children their first taste of motorsport, in a safe environment where there’s plenty of events going on.
Embedded into the heart of the event, is the exceptionally acclaimed Wolfstone Hill Climb.
Just shy of 1 mile in distance, the course proffers striking scenes of racing prowess, and with over 70 entrants set to compete throughout this year’s event, it’s not something to miss out on.
This year will also see the return of the Palmers Foundation Engineering Village.
The village, located within the festivals 25-acre event field, aims to inspire the next generation of young minds into entering careers within the automotive industry.
Angela said: “The Palmer Foundation Engineering Village will offer careers, apprenticeships and learning opportunities in the automotive industry.
“Young people will be able to talk to the experts about careers and get an insight into why the automotive industry is as fascinating as it is.”
So, whether you’re an automotive enthusiast with a burning passion for anything on wheels, or a family looking for an entertaining day out; the Yorkshire Motorsport Festival has everything.
Angela said: “After all, who doesn’t want to see a supercar on the weekend?”