What a day! The British Motor Show just keeps getting better – and there’s still a day to go.
The sun was shining, the engines were revving and the crowds just kept coming! Thousands of car fans and families descended on Farnborough International Exhibition Centre for an action packed day at the British Motor Show 2023.
Hall 1 was buzzing with visitors checking out the latest cars, getting selfies in the Marshall VW ID Buzz Glamper Van, checking out the incredible cars on display in the Premier GT Supercar Paddock, checking out the McMurtry Spéirling and talking green energy with myenergi.
Records were set and broken on the A-Plan wheel change challenge, Tim & Fuzz kept the crowds entertained on the eBay Live Stage while cinch offered visitors the chance to rest their feet and recharge while looking for their possible next car.
The Ewbanks stand was non-stop with visitors checking out the selection of cars on offer in tomorrow’s Ewbanks Live Auction with everything from a barn find Land Rover to American Muscle and rare vintage cars going under the hammer from 2pm tomorrow.
Modified and Motorsport were again the order of the day in the Bridgestone Motorsport Hall, with some of the coolest modified cars you’ll ever see in person, as well as the Draper Tools Kit car Zone, live car wrapping, motorbikes and not forgetting the Alpine Esports Zone.
Bridgestone themselves were on hand with not only expert advice but some great competitions and prizes as well!
And of course the live action just kept coming! The army were back, opening the show with a brilliant automotive themed marching band display, having been rained off on Friday.
From car football to supercar parades, visitors saw it all. In a packed cinch live arena we saw more Guinness World Records broken, Parachutes landing, stunts, drifting and new car displays.
Petrolheadonsim kept the Bridgestone Motorsport arena rocking, with Autosolo giving lucky visitors the chance to get in to the arena for a taster of grassroots motorsports and the Army bringing their motorsports skills to round off their amazing involvement in the show.
With the final day of this years show almost upon us, time is running out to join the thousands of other car fans and families who have been wowed at this years British Motor Show. With family tickets from just £47, under fives going free and free parking, it’s the best value day out you’ll have all summer.
Limited tickets are available on the gate, get your tickets in advance to avoid the queues.