Bromyard Speed Festival will be holding its ‘Altitude with Attitude’ event at the world famous Shelsley Walsh motoring venue, between Bromyard and Great Whitley on Sunday 31st May 2020.
Shelsley Walsh is the oldest motoring venue in the world and is just 10 miles from Bromyard.
Click on the ‘Spectators’ image to book Car Parking
In 2019 we enjoyed another successful event in Bromyard Town itself. Highlights included a period garage containing Aston Martin vehicles from every era, a re-enactment of the ‘Italian Job’, a celebration of Bentley in the town square and 160 cars and motorbikes parading through the town in front of an estimated 7,000 visitors, the video below provides some of the highlights.
Saturday 30th May
In 2020 we will have events in Bromyard on the Saturday Evening that include a parade of vehicles through the town at 5pm on completion of that days Vehicle Rally.
The Conquest Theatre in Bromyard will then host the evening entertainment with a Light Supper at 6:30pm, a Panel Discussion with Paddy Hopkirk MBE at 7:30pm and a screening of the film ‘Le Mans ’66 ‘(Ford vs. Ferrari) staring Matt Damon and Christian Bale at 8:45pm
Entry will be by ticket only at a cost of £10 per person for the Light Supper and £12 per person for the Q&A and Film Screening.
Tickets for Saturday evening can be purchased HERE.
Sunday 31st May
We will be inviting up to 140 cars and bikes to feature in ‘Altitude with Attitude’ at Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb.
Each vehicle will have two runs up the track in the morning and two more in the afternoon. The vehicles we invite include some of those who have supported our previous events, as a thank you. There will also be vehicles not seen before and the overall mixture will be as for the previous street events: classics, single seaters, rally cars, old, new, grand and humble – but always interesting.
A special attraction will be the current UK Land Speed Record Holder ‘Vampire’ which is powered by a Jet Engine from a Red Arrow Gnat Aircraft. If conditions allow, the car will be started during the lunchtime break so be sure to bring your earplugs!
We also want to encourage spectators to come and watch, particularly anyone who has not previously visited Shelsley Walsh. The paddocks will be open to view the cars and bikes entered. Viewing points along the track will let you see the action up close and bars, restaurants and trade stands will help fill the day.
Parking for spectators will be charged at £10 per vehicle in advance and £15 on the day. Please note – Cars with up to 4 passengers – otherwise £2.50 per additional passenger.
Entrance to the venue and the paddocks is free.
Spectator Parking Tickets should be purchased in advance and can be bought HERE.
Due to the nature of the event dogs are not permitted, the only exception is for “assistance dogs”.
Here’s a map showing the layout of Shelsley Walsh:
And here’s its location: