Major Classic Event Grows in Stature and YOU Can Help!

Scotland’s National Motorsport Centre, Knockhill Racing Circuit, near Dunfermline in Fife is proud to be hostingthe third Scottish Classic SpeedFair on Sunday 8th June.

Naturally, there will be a strong Scottish content on the programme including a special tribute to Scotland’sgreatest racing driver, Jim Clark who was killed on the 7th of April 1968 whilst racing at the Hockenheim Racing Circuit in Germany.

The Legendary Jim Clark

One of the most sought after awards will be the Sir Jackie Stewart Trophy for Formula Ford Single Seater racing cars.

In addition, two major Ferrari racing series will make their debut at the circuit whilst Classic Sports and Saloon car drivers will be competing in the first ever running of the Jimmy Stewart Trophy race, honouring Sir Jackie’s late elder brother.

The 1995 World Rally Championship winning Subaru of the late, great and sorely missed Colin McRae will take pride of place amongst the many special exhibits.

Visitors to the nostalgic extravaganza can expect to enjoy a fantastic day of 4 wheeled motoring heritage and entertainment both on the track and off it with hundreds of classic exhibits and demonstrations.

Classic SpeedFair truly has something for everyone, from grandson’s to granddad’s.

Classic Ferraris to appear at knockhill

Any media/online exposure via websites/blogs/forums you can provide beforehand will be most welcome and much appreciated. We want to use your enthusiasim and passion for classic cars and motoring heritage to grow the Event to the highest level. Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you at Knockhill on Sunday 8th June.

We have complied a comprehensive PRESS PACK for anyone interested in promoting the Classic Speedfair. All images, logos and articles you require to inform your audience are contained and avaialable to use absolutely FREE.

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