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Get Ready, Get Set, for Motor Show

Belfast Motor Show organizer, Kerrie Mann is pictured with Nevin Godfrey (aged 5) from Belfast, Tianna Taggart (2) from Hillsborough and Amelie Stevenson (4) from Holyood.

Belfast Motor Show organizer, Kerrie Mann is pictured with Nevin Godfrey (aged 5) from Belfast, Tianna Taggart (2) from Hillsborough and Amelie Stevenson (4) from Holyood.

Calling all petrol heads, classic car enthusiasts, boy and girl racers, truckers, bikers, and even caravaners...Start your engines!

The Belfast Motor Show is heading to town this summer.

From Saturday July 26 and Sunday 27 will see thousands of motor enthusiasts from all over Ireland drive in their droves to the Kings Hall Complex - one of Belfast’s best-loved venue’s - for a family-fun event aimed at igniting and reviving Northern Ireland’s love for all things motor-related.

The two-day show, which is the first motor show to be held in Belfast in over ten years, will host an array of spectacles including one of the top ten fastest cars in the world, the Noble M600 supercar which has never been in Northern Ireland. The twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 Engine with 650hp car will be joined by an array of exhibitors from the length and breadth of Ireland and the UK.

The two-day event which will be hosted by yet-to-be revealed celebrities will also be an opportunity for motor enthusiasts to take a walk through history with iconic motors on display from each decade.

Kerrie Mann, organiser of the Belfast Motor Show said the response to-date has been phenomenal: “Myself and the team are both delighted and overwhelmed at the level of interest in the show to date.

“We have been working extremely hard to ensure we deliver an action- packed weekend with all aspects of motoring under one roof, including exhibitors from all aspects of the motoring industry, car and bike experts and enthusiasts, demonstrations, celebrity guest appearances, family fun, entertainment, stunts and so much more.

“The event is designed to be memorable for all ages and all motor-related interests, for the children a dedicated children’s area which will offer, education, interaction, fun with karting, giant games as well as bouncy castles, face painting and more.

“For the big kids there will are some real treats in store, including a Formula One challenge, Monster Truck, rally car simulator, beach buggies and giant Scalextrix.

“We have new exhibitors and demonstrations being confirmed daily and encourage anyone interested in joining the event to get in touch to register.”

For further details on the show, including exhibitor and ticket info visit www.belfastmotorshow.co.uk or call Kerrie Mann on 07900 950 632.

 

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