BMW SHOW 2019
Sunday 21st July 2019 at Santa Pod Raceway
with Saturday Night Special RWYB Saturday 20th July 2019
The BMW Show at Santa Pod Raceway welcomes all BMWs - race cars, show cars, modern, retros, classics, new minis and BMW bikes.
BMWs have all the right elements to make great drag and drift cars. Powerful engines, rear-wheel drive and stable handling all add up to unbeatable straight-line and sideways fun. It's no wonder so many BMW owners are hooked on Run What Ya Brung and Drift What Ya Brung events at Santa Pod Raceway. It's for this reason that Santa Pod introduced an event exclusively for BMW owners, where the track is open only to Bavaria's finest. Camping is available to all those that wish to stay for an extra day of fun at the Pod with RWYB on Saturday and music in Fuelers bar on Saturday night plus fun fair rides.
What's On At BMW Show
All vehicles that run during the day are put into classes and there are trophies for the quickest in each class.
To enter the RWYB, simply enter on the day. You will need to bring your normal road driving licence to enter. Drivers of soft-top vehicles and those doing 110mph+ at the finish line will need a crash helmet. Full details
If you want maximum track time then come for the weekend as there is a Saturday Night Special RWYB on the Saturday with the track open late and free camping for weekend ticket holders.
If you can't wait until BMW Show, visit www.RWYB.com for a full calendar of RWYB dates at Santa Pod Raceway.
Got a sweet BMW show car? Whether it's a concours classic, or a modern modified monster, you are welcome to park up in the Show Car Paddock. There’s no need to pre-enter, and anyone with a BMW can enter on the day for FREE.
Autoglym prizes and trophies for:
Don’t leave your car in the carpark where nobody can see it, get it round to the show & shine area, located behind the grandstand and you might be going home with a trophy.
- Show & Shine area open from 8am to register.
- Space is limited so be sure to arrive early.
- Attend the presentations to find out if you have won.
Please remember this isn’t a concours show, so we won’t be knocking off points for non-original brake pads, but we will be choosing cars on modifications and overall condition.
All BMWs welcome, classic and modern, race cars, retros, show cars and BMW bikes! To book a club stand you will need at least ten vehicles, then call 01234 782828. Club camping is also available, so why not stay for the weekend? Details on the Clubs page.
If you want the ultimate sideways fix, why not hop in with one of our experienced drifters, who will give you the ride of your life for a mere £10! Feel the g-force of these high-powered cars and get the best seat in the house for a smoky trip around the drift track. Simply visit the drift team at the drift track to register.
BMWs make great drift-machines, so if you’ve got a bit of spare tread on your tyres and would like a taste of over-steer, why not have a crack at our “drift what ya brung” taster session?
Simply bring your driving licence and car along to the drift track for a few minutes smoking your tyres under the direction of experienced drifters. Spaces are limited, so get in line in plenty of time for your turn. (10am - 4pm, £10 for 10 mins.)
Take a look at www.DWYB.co.uk for Drift What Ya Brung dates and full info.
Bars & Caterers
There are multiple bars and a range of caterers to suit all tastes on site at Santa Pod Raceway. View details.
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Santa Pod Raceway
Santa Pod Raceway is the UK's premier Drag Strip in the middle of England on the border of Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire. For full venue details please visit www.santapod.com.
Fill out your e-mail address on the Newsletter page to receive the Santa Pod Email News Letter and you will also be entered into a monthly prize draw to win a £50 Santa Pod Raceway gift voucher.
Please be aware that on the routes leading to Santa Pod Raceway, local Police will be carrying out Speed Enforcement Operations during the event and they will also be targeting other traffic offences in relation to Seat Belts, use of Mobile Phones and Illegal Number Plates etc.
If reports of antisocial driving reach the venue from local residents, drivers responsible run the risk of being refused admission without refund.