Reis Race Retro, Europe’s number one historic motorsport show, has forged a new partnership with governing body Motorsport UK.
Both organisations will work together to encourage more people to get involved in all disciplines of grass roots motorsport which are showcased at the three-day event when it returns to Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, from 21-23 February.
As well as widening the appeal to newcomers to the sport, Motorsport UK’s 30,000 license holders and 720 affiliated clubs will benefit from discounted tickets to Reis Race Retro.
Show Director Lee Masters added: “This show has always been about grass roots motorsport which is right at the heart of what Motorsport UK is all about. Working together, we hope to bring new enthusiasts into the various disciplines to help strengthen the future of the sport for the next generation.”
Motorsport UK is the governing body of all four-wheel motor sport in the UK and is responsible for its regulation, administration, development and promotion. It is also the membership organisation at the heart of the sport, offering its members a range of benefits and discounts.
Ian Berry, Head of Sport Promotion for Motorsport UK, added: “We’re very pleased to have partnered with Race Retro, which we consider to be one of the leading events in the 2020 historic motorsport calendar. Attending Race Retro is a key element of our membership engagement programme, and we will have key staff on our stand to help Motorsport UK members with technical and license enquiries.”
Now in its 18th year, Reis Race Retro celebrates all disciplines of historic motorsport as well as the vehicles and drivers that created some of the most iconic motoring milestones of the past 100 years.
Tickets are now on sale for the show, held from February 21-23 2020 at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, with free parking for all visitors. For the latest updates and ticket information, visit www.raceretro.com.