Celebrating the Glory Days of Motorsport
Classic Nostalgia makes a welcome return to the Midland Automobile Club’s Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb on the weekend of 17-18 July 2021.
The annual flagship event is a firm favourite on the racing calendar. Come and join us for an action-packed weekend of competitive hill climb racing, thrilling demos, spectacular classic and vintage cars and motorbikes displays, celebrity drivers, Group B rally cars, parades, car club displays, trade stands and live vintage-inspired entertainment.
Pole position parking for all pre-1985 classic cars and motorbikes. Those arriving in a car or on a motorbike manufactured before 1985 can pre-book a place in the classic vehicle display area which is located right in the heart of the event. Classic vehicle owners and visiting car clubs to receive discounted admission if purchased in advance.
Please note: Dogs are not permitted on site
Book in Confidence – COVID-19 SECURE: The event organisers will have all necessary precautions in place to safeguard visitors and will fully comply with the UK Government and Public Health England guidelines at the time. The details of the measures will be communicated nearer to the event date. If the event has to be cancelled due to coronavirus, your tickets will automatically be valid for the following year, unless a refund is requested within 30 days of the event cancellation.
Shelsley Walsh Classic Nostalgia
Date: 17-18 July 2021
Location: Shelsley Walsh, Worcester, WR6 6RP
Entry Price: £20 per adult advance ticket price, or £25 on the gate.
Times: 8am each day, till approx. 5pm
Contact number: 01886 812211
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