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Race Retro 2019 Exhibitor Highlights

By Motorious Staff Feb 08, 2019
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By Motorious Staff Feb 08, 2019
In addition to all of the legendary cars attending Race Retro 2019, there'll be a great selection of exhibitor stands

Race Retro is Europe’s number 1 historic motorsport show, and this year it will run from February 22-24, 2019. Expected to be one of the best instalments to date, visitors will see legendary vehicles on display, motorsport icons in action on the live rally stage, and the chance to meet world-class drivers during Q&A sessions.

In addition to all of this high-octane excitement there will be well over one hundred exhibitors, from racing clubs to model car stands. Here are some of the exhibitors not to be missed.

Race Retro Exhibitors
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Classic Sports Car Club

The Classic Sports Car Club is a fantastic entity to join if you’re looking to take your car to the track. This friendly club welcomes cars of all ages and organises events at some of the best tracks in the UK and abroad. Organising racing for ten of their own series, as well as managing events for invited club championships, the club’s large scope means that there’s something for everyone.

With affordable membership pricing and claiming to offer ‘more track time for your money’, the Classic Sports Car Club stand (2-220) is a must visit for track day enthusiasts.

Demon Tweeks

Looking to get some more performance out of your car? Demon Tweeks can help provide the components you need to extract the best from your car on road or track.

The variety of products on offer is mind boggling as Demon Tweeks can supply every nut, bolt, and tools required to turn your car into a track-ready racer. Need better stability at speed? Why not opt for more sophisticated suspension?

Demon Tweeks also sell safety gear including race suits and helmets. Head to stand (2-30) to find out what they can do for you.

Historic Sports Car Club

Looking for a specialist club for your historic car? The Historic Sports Car Club was founded in 1966 as a means to provide owners of classic racers with events specifically for their cars.

Incorporating races for historic Formula Ford, classic 1970s sports cars, touring cars, and more, this is the club to join (stand 2-230) if you want to race your prestigious pride and joy.

Vintage Sports Car Club

The Vintage Sports Car Club celebrates its 85th anniversary in 2019, so what better time to join? Focusing on pre-war classic cars, this specialised club is involved in creating some spectacular events for its members throughout the year including: racing, trials, hillclimbs, sprints, navigation rallies, and casual pub gatherings.

Check them out on stand 2-332.

Race Retro Exhibitors
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Rallynuts Motorsport

On stand 2-244 is Rallynuts Motorsport, company that can kit you and your car out for every motorsport eventuality. From mechanics overalls to in-car intercoms, this stand is ideal for those building their perfect motorsport toy in the garage.

Offering plenty of car-specific products, you’ll find all you need on the Rallynuts Motorsport stand.

Many More!

These are just a few of the fantastic exhibitors attending Race Retro 2019. Make sure you grab your tickets here.

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