Published: 11:39 pm, Saturday 05 September 2015

Over 300 display cars confirmed for concourse

The Ingliston Revival event continues to grow in popularity with interest across Scottish motoring.

One of the key focus areas of the event is the car concourse, were the public can get up close with beautiful classic cars and sleek modern models has attracted entries from a huge variety of car owners and car clubs. There are now over 300 vehicles confirmed to be displayed on the Revival car concourse.

Event Director Sandy Bloomer said: “We are delighted by the response we’ve had from the car enthusiast community in Scotland. The commitment of over 300 car owners demonstrates the historic importance of Ingliston Circuit and the success of this event, on the venues 50th anniversary. Interest from owners was an important indicator of the appetite  for the Ingliston Revival event and the organising team has been blown away by the enthusiastic support we’ve had for the historic weekend”.

The Ingliston Revival public event runs on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th September and has almost 400 cars taking part either on the concourse, on the track or as part of displays from event partners. Manufacturers are showing their latest and greatest models including brand-new models such as the Lotus Evora 400 and the McLaren P1, both of which will be on display across Revival weekend.

Bookings for the owners track parades are are now completely full as is the classic car area of the concourse. Very limited space remains for modern cars to display at the event.