Phil will appear on stage twice each day in what promises to be one of the most interesting and entertaining chat shows seen at the show. In addition he’ll be in the Classic Racer Grand Prix paddock twice each day to sign memorabilia for fans.
One highlight of the Grand Prix paddock will be the sight, and more importantly sound, of the 125 and 250cc four-cylinder Yamaha Grand Prix machines, brought along by owner, and Read’s former Grand Prix mechanic Ferry Brouwer.
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In the adjacent Classic Dirtbike area ‘Magic’ Mick Andrews, ably assisted by Classic Dirtbike editor Tim Britton, will be showing off-road fans how it’s really done.
The show boasts the usual huge autojumble, hundreds of trade stands, stunning club stands – with Velocette celebrating its centenary, and Bonhams auction.
Gates are open 9am to 6pm on the Saturday and 9am to 5pm on the Sunday, pre-booked one-day tickets cost £10 for adults, £9 for seniors and £3 for under 15s. Two-day tickets cost £20, £18 and £6 respectively. One-day tickets on the gate will cost £12, £11 and £4. To book or for more information call 01507 529529 or visit www.classicbikeshows.com