Car enthusiasts can enjoy more than 500 cars at this year's CarFest coming to Laverstoke Park Farm on the August Bank Holiday weekend. 

The family event, which has been running for 12 years at the farm near Overton, backed by Kwik Fit, Michelin, and SUSTAIN fuels, offers a full motoring experience for attendees over three days from August 23 to 25. 

A 35th-anniversary celebration of the Mazda MX-5 will highlight 10 sports cars from the model's four generations.

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(Image: Supplied) Included in the display are the seldom seen, 1.6-litre turbocharged Le Mans special edition Mk1, and the most recent 2024 Mazda MX-5.

An array of carefully curated shows will run three times a day featuring themes such as the Centenarians, honouring vehicles more than 100 years old, and Run To The Sun, a nostalgic journey through the 1980s and 90s Volkswagen culture.

Electric vehicle enthusiasts will anticipate the 'Super-Chargers' show where TV presenter Moggy Morgan will drive his Tesla-powered VW Beetle, the Bug Zappa, accompanied by former racer Rick Parfitt Jnr in a GWM ORA 07 G.

Classic cars modernised for current times will star in the RestoMods show, while vehicles with unique makeovers will feature in the Weird and Wonderful track show hosted by TV presenter and inventor Edd China.

Highlighting professional motor racing, the Open Wheel Racers Group will present Formula 1 cars, and the GT Class Group will bring forward British GT and GT Cup Championship race cars.

Paddock Motorsport will feature British GT race-winner, Ed McDermott and reigning British GT4 champion, Matt Cowley who will provide a demonstration in the formidable Mercedes-AMG GT4.

Guests can expect the thrilling spectacle of drag racing, notably featuring the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Metamorphosis, capable of completing a quarter-mile dragstrip in under nine seconds.

CarFest will host 17 car clubs at The Car Club Collective event, which will give guests an insight into car craftsmanship and history.

Charitable organisation Sporting Bears will offer guests the chance to take a ride in classics or supercars.

CarFest will also showcase top-of-the-line cars such as a BMW 3.0 CSL Evocation (1971), Lamborghini Aventador Roadster, and a McLaren 720S Spider.

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