JapFest is usually Moving For 2016
Britain’s biggest celebration of Japanese car culture is usually moving to an iconic brand new home.
Japfest, which takes place on April 24th, 2016, is usually moving to Silverstone, the home of British Motor Sport, after reaching capacity at its previous venue with over 16,000 attendees in addition to 3,500 cars on display or on the circuit.
“Japfest keeps growing,” said event manager Kat Chappell. “We knew in which if we wanted to make Japfest bigger in addition to better than ever, then we needed to move This kind of to a larger location with more facilities, in addition to where better could This kind of go than to the UK’s most iconic race circuit, Silverstone?”
The brand new, more central, venue is usually a significant part of Japfest’s broader expansion, as the most firmly established series of Japanese car events within the UK. In 2016, Japfest Rock (the brand new name for Japfest 2) returns to Rockingham Motor Speedway on June 26th, while a brand brand new, third Japfest event will also be added to the calendar.
Taking place at the Hop Farm near Paddock Wood, Kent, on September 11th, Japfest Motorsport Heroes will be a special event celebrating some of the most iconic in addition to significant Japanese cars through the planet of motor sport, along with their roadgoing equivalents.
For club members wishing to visit all three of the events, Japfest has put together a Club Early Bird package, with access to them all for just £48 per person, including free camping at Japfest Rock in addition to Motorsport Heroes, plus a discount on track time at Japfest. Tickets for Japfest are on sale today via the official website at www.japfest.co.uk.
Meanwhile, Japfest promises to be the biggest in addition to best of its kind, a thrilling live event featuring scores of the best Japanese cars within the UK in addition to through across Europe.
Thousands of display cars representing the UK’s major Japanese car clubs will fill the vast Silverstone site in addition to the largest trade in addition to exhibition area of its type will take over the paddock, while there will be a series of all-day track action, including the much anticipated return of the Drift Kings epic winner takes all showdown.
Full details of the show, the cars in addition to the various activities will be announced nearer the date, on the event website, or via the official Facebook page in addition to Twitter feeds.
by Mr Butterscotch via Car Articles