Top 5 UK Motoring Events to Add to Your 2020 Calendar!

If you’re looking to see what 2020 automotive events you should be adding to your calendar, we’ve put together a list of the ones you won’t want to miss!

Goodwood Festival of Speed

Thursday 9th – Sunday 12th July 2020

The Goodwood Festival of Speed celebrates not only the history of the automotive world but also the exciting future. With more than 200,000 people descending on the festival over the four days of action, it’s certainly an event any car fanatic wouldn’t want to miss.

This year, the festival will take place over four days from July 9 to 12 – a summer celebration that’s sure to headline any enthusiasts 2020 Calendar. The festival is held at Goodwood House in Chichester and allows you to get up close and personal with widely celebrated drivers, cars and bikes.

It’s one of the few places where you can witness the gathering of some of the greatest competition cars and drivers, both past and present and an event you certainly don’t want to miss.

The British Motor Show

Thursday 20th – Sunday 23rd August 2020

The British Motor Show returns this 2020 with a new format and new location ready for all car enthusiasts throughout the country.

Relaunching as a celebration of motoring, past, present and future it’s going to be an event you won’t want to miss out on.

Held at Farnborough International Expo Centre over four days in August, it’s definitely guaranteed to brighten up your summer that little bit more.

Expect to experience Bike stunt shows, Supercar displays, Modified, movie and Classic car parades as well as demonstrations from popular car manufacturers!

Formula 1 British Grand Prix

Friday 17th – Sunday 19th July 2020

Formula 1 undeniably provides the perfect race weekend. Returning to the Silverstone tracks, this is an event you won’t want to miss.

Take a wander and watch the qualifying race before settling down for the main event which sees some of the top players in the racing industry take to the circuit.

Classic Motor Show

Friday 13 – Sunday 15 November 2020

The Classic Motor Show is a firm favourite among many enthusiasts and it’s easy to see why. Taking place every year at the NEC in Birmingham, it’s one of the largest classic car shows of the year.

With over 2,000 classic cars on display, the event definitely doesn’t disappoint. Not only is it a great place to meet fellow car enthusiasts but the event is also home to hundreds of trade stands to explore.

Something for those who like to travel a little further afield:

For those of you that like to travel a little bit further, both the Geneva Motor Show and Le Mans 24 Hour are a must for your calendars this year. With both offering an unforgettable experience, which would you choose?

Geneva Motor Show

The Geneva Motor Show is undeniably one of the biggest events in the automotive calendar, attracting thousands every year.

Not only is it a place for you to check out the highly anticipated updated models of your favourite brands but it’s a place to marvel at the unveiled models set to hit the UK market – who wouldn’t want to get a sneak peek before everyone else?!

Le Mans 24 Hour

The infamous Le Mans 24 Hour – need we say more? Taking place at the famous Circuit de la Sarthe in France, it’s an event all car enthusiasts should be a part of.

With increased popularity expected this coming year due to the fantastic release of ‘Le Mans 66 – Ford V Ferrari’ this year, it’s going to be an event to remember.

Expecting more than a quarter of a million spectators as well as an abundance of skill, endurance and speed, you’ll want to return year on year!