Power Maxed MotoFest Coventry
01 JuneJun 2019 10:00 - 02 JuneJun 2019 18:00 Europe/London
A hugely successful motoring event is making its return to Coventry this summer - and is coming with a brand new feature.
MotoFest will be returning to Coventry on June 1 and 2, and for the first time ever, will be rolling out a new performance and tuning village.
Set to be located in the main festival hub at Greyfriars Green - a number of well-known performance, tuning and modifying brands will be exhibiting cars.
Organisers have claimed that it will be "an essential pit stop for all petrolheads attending the event."
It will provide visitors with the opportunity to drop in and see a whole range of modified metal and power packed machines showcased by exhibitors including Eibach, ITG, Nankang, MMR, Milltek, Racing Line and Scorpion Exhausts.
The new performance centre will be located beside another new addition to the lineup - a new supercar paddock, a dedicated display space for cars with loud and large engines.
Many of the cars on display in the Performance and Tuning village, will also be seen out on track during the festival weekend taking part in dynamic displays in the Sports and Performance cars section of the Power Maxed MotoFest Coventry sprint circuit programme.
It has yet to be officially confirmed, but the competitive racing which made its debut on the Ring Road last summer is expected to make its return.
What is MotoFest?
MotoFest is a free, family-friendly event taking place in Coventry city centre .
Much of the ring road and city centre streets are closed as super cars, rally cars and classical motors all converge on the city.
According to the MotoFest website: "MotoFest Coventry is a motoring festival based in Coventry, UK.
"MotoFest is a unique blend of motorsport demonstrations, static displays, live music and anything else with a connection to Coventry and transport."
Last year saw competitive racing form part of the weekend - the first time in almost 30 years that competitive racing took part in a UK city centre.
The nation had seen nothing similar since the Birmingham Superprix in 1990.
As part of this, the ring road was transformed into a racing circuit for sprint races.
Around 100,000 people are believed to have attended last year's event, each day.
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