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Weekly Edition - Published  24 May 2016

 

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Children's supercar design competition

PETROLHEADS under the age of 16 are invited to get their creative juices flowing and design a low carbon supercar at this year's 'Cholmondeley Power and Speed'  event.  Entries should be on A4 paper and brought along to the event on Sunday, 12 June 2016, where they will be displayed in the supercar paddock. The submissions from aspiring young car designers will be judged by Editor in Chief of Autocar, Steve Cropley, on Sunday afternoon, with the winner receiving a year's subscription to the weekly magazine. Event Director, James Hall, said:- "Supercars have captured the imagination of children and adults alike for decades and we feel this competition will encourage children to think differently about cars and engineering. We can't wait to see the designs that the young petrolheads come up with."  'Cholmondeley Power and Speed' is this year celebrating:- 'Supercars - Past, Present and Future' which will include stunning displays and thrilling on track action. The activity will give attendees the chance to get up close and personal to some of the most powerful, eye catching and revered supercars in the world. The 2016 staging of the event will also feature the inaugural Motorshow Live! Taking place, on the Friday, this all new element of Cholmondeley Power and Speed will give car manufacturers the opportunity to demonstrate their latest models on track while enabling guests to test drive in a unique racing environment. Already committed are Lexus, Blue Bell BMW, Holdcroft Nissan and Holdcroft Honda, with Oakmere Motor Group also set to showcase their latest models from Lotus, Morgan and Caterham.  On Friday and on Saturday evenings, Cholmondeley will be hosting a beer and food festival for the 1st time, with stand up comedy set to entertain attendees, on Saturday night. Entry to the evening activity is included with day tickets, however visitors who wish to attend just for the food, beer and comedy festival can purchase tickets for £15 for adults and £10 for children, allowing access to the site, from 6pm, on Saturday, 11 June 2016.   Additional features and content on land (on both 2 and 4 wheels), air and water will be announced over the coming weeks, with all elements of the event once again set against the stunning backdrop of Cholmondeley Castle and its beautiful parkland. Further information and tickets are available now, online, for the event at Cholmondeley Castle, Malpas, Cheshire.

 

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