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All revved up to go

Drivers are donning their jumpsuits and revving their motors because the Leyburn Sprints starts Saturday.
Drivers are donning their jumpsuits and revving their motors because the Leyburn Sprints starts Saturday. Contributed

ALL the action starts tomorrow so if you're feeling revved up and ready to get involved, make your way out to Leyburn for the 17th annual Historic Leyburn Sprints.

The motors will fire up for the first race at 8am with the official opening at 1pm.

Throughout the day, there will be entertainment, raffles and a whole lot of gourmet delights to get your hands on.

Come Sunday, the racing will again kick off at 8am.

Shannon's Show and Shine presentation will steal the limelight at 1pm.

Competition is set to finish about 3pm on Sunday, with presentations to follow.

Entry is $15 for adults each day or $25 for the whole weekend.

 

Souvenir program

Get your copy of the Official Souvenir Program from the Sprints tomorrow and Sunday for just $2.

Inside is everything you need to know about competitors, cars and everything motor sports.

Topics:  cars, motoring, warwick




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