HUNDREDS of veteran vehicles will be roaring into a North Yorkshire racecourse next month.

The Classic Car and Bike Show will be held at Ripon Racecource on Sunday, June 9.

Classic cars such as restored MGs and Austin Sevens, plus vintage motorcycles, historic vans, trucks and ex-military vehicles will be on show at one of the biggest events in the UK motoring calendar.

There will be a range of trade stands, exhibitors and national club stands, with arena parades, displays and detailed commentary running throughout the day – including the popular classic Land Rover display. Private classic cars are invited to attend.

Organiser Mark Woodward said: “Ripon gives us the chance to put on a huge show with the highest level of comfort and convenience, and the biggest auto jumble ever lined up.

“If you’re asking ‘what do you get the motoring fan with everything?’, you’ll find something at Ripon – but only if you grab it before someone else does.”

The Ripon Spring Classic Car and Bike Show and Autojumble takes place at Ripon Racecourse on Sunday, June 9th between 10am and 4pm.

To find the venue, follow brown signs to the racecourse from all major routes (A1M & A61).

For satnavs use postcode HG4 1UG.

Admission is £7 for adults and £2.50 for children. Well-behaved dogs on leads are welcome.

This is one of two classic car shows at Ripon Racecourse this summer, with a second show on Sunday, August 25.

For more details of either event, to exhibit a vehicle, or for trade and autojumble plots, visit