The Motorsport Zone is a new interactive attraction which takes place in both indoor and outdoor spaces at the event. Families and visitors to the Ingliston Revival are invited to find out more about the huge array of motor sport activity that takes place in Scotland. Visitors can get hands-on with interactive displays including the wheel change challenge, conceptual vehicle designs and even build and race their own rocket car as part of the Bloodhound Project, the UKs entry to the land speed record attempt.
Bloodhound is the British attempt at the land speed record, aiming to reach 1,000MPH in a manned vehicle. Part of the project’s legacy is to involve schools and the public in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths).
The project involves individuals competing to design and create a rocket car and have it timed over a set distance with the fastest times then entered into the national competition. The cars have a small rocket motor mounted in them before being timed over a 25 meter straight. Visitors to the Ingliston Revival will to have the opportunity to compete in this exciting challenge.
The electric off-road bikes arena delivers the fun of off-road motorbiking without the usual noise and exhaust fumes. You’ll be riding the highest-quality electric bikes tailored to suit your age and riding experience.
The brand new Hyper-Trax experience is the first of its kind in Scotland, usually based in East Kilbride but visiting the Ingliston Revival Festival. With three different power levels to suit youngsters, beginners and more experienced riders, the offered bike experience delivers the ultimate safe, fun and adrenalin-fueled biking experience which is suitable for all ages from 5 to 85.
No previous experience or driving licence required.