The Sunday Tribune Cars in the Park Pietermaritzburg, is the highlight event on the Vintage Sports Car Club calendar.
Held annually, this year’s event will be held on Sunday 21st May 2017. This extremely popular event, the largest of its kind in KZN, and the oldest of its type in the country, and is a draw card for motoring enthusiasts from all over South Africa with up to 14 000 people attending the show.
The event is a large gathering of enthusiasts from numerous clubs and features a wide variety of makes of motor cars, trucks, tractors and simply fascinating vehicles. There are over 1 300 different exhibits, so there is ample to see and do as you meander around the Gold Circle Ashburton Training Centre Park, an ideal setting for this event. Over 30 Vendors provide food, drinks, coffee, ice cream, etc and over 40 flea markets stands provide for an interesting shopping arena. A beer garden, live band, and a free children’s playground area certainly makes for an entertaining and fun-filled family day.
Many interesting vehicles can be seen at Cars in the Park, and in recent years it has featured antiques, veteran, vintage cars, vintage steam vehicles and tractors, Ferraris and even Formula One racing cars and the latest and greatest motorcars that manufacturers offer. Some special events will also be held on the day, details to be announced.
Cars in the Park, PMB, attracts a multitude of enthusiasts from various clubs favouring such well-known names as Alfa Romeo, Chevrolet, Ford, Jaguar, MG, Morris, Triumph, Mercedes, BMW, Volkswagen and Volvo to name but a few.
Industrial and farm machinery is also displayed as well as a fine selection of veteran, vintage and classic motorcycles.
Entry fees: Adults: R 50.00 Pensioners and Children above 5: R 30.00 Children 5 to 10 get R 40.00 free playground vouchers. Gates open at 7.00am and the show closes at 4.30pm. Various Charities financially benefit from the event.
Car Club members, car owners (pre 1980 models), bikes, special vehicles, etc, enthusiasts are welcome to enter their vehicle, motorcycles, etc for the show by going to our registration web page http://register.carsinthepark.net/ and registering their vehicle for the event. A registration form will be emailed to you, to place on your vehicles windscreen, for free access to the event.
The venue of the event is at the Ashburton Training Centre, directions are as follows:
GPS co-ordinates are: 29°38'43.23"S 30°28'8.62"E
Coming from either Durban or Pietermaritzburg turn off at the Ashburton N3 off ramp, and on the road over the highway, Pope Ellis Drive, turn right and follow the road for +- 2km to the Ashburton Training Centre on the left.
Should any further information be required please do not hesitate to contact us.
Venue GPS Co-ordinates:
|Clubhouse GPS co-ordinates||29°38'12.55"S||30°23'40.55" E|