BodyShop News is offering a few tickets up for grabs to the Summernats 2014 event which takes place from the 2nd – 5th of January. The largest and most famous car festival of the Southern Hemisphere is preparing to take off once again and with the crowds reaching well in the tens of thousands it’s guaranteed to be an event that should not be missed.
Each ticket is single entry and only one per person!
To win these tickets, send an email to [email protected] with your name, address and phone number by C.O.B. December 27th, 2013.
WHAT ARE THE SUMMERNATS?
The annual Street Machine Summernats Car Festival, proudly supported by Rare Spares, is Australia’s biggest horse power party.
Created by renowned revhead Chic Henry in 1988, the Summernats has taken on a life of its own and become a genuine Aussie icon.
Every year, up to 1500 of the toughest Australian elite street machines descend on Exhibition Park in Canberra. Coming from around Australia and the world, this incredibly diverse tribe gathers to show off their love of the street machine to an enthusiastic crowd of over 85,000 people
The Summernats delivers three and a half days of high octane extreme auto action including Australia’s top street machine judging competition, the world’s best burnout battle, precision driving demos, horsepower heroics, and more.
It’s all set against a backdrop of burnt rubber, rock and roll, and one of Australia’s biggest motor retail trade shows as we search for the Street Machine Summernats Grand Champion.
So much more than a motor show, the Street Machine Summernats is a celebration of the street machine lifestyle and the people who live it.
Whether you know nothing about cars, or you can talk about them from the moment you wake up till the moment you got to sleep, the Summernats is Australia’s best place to party in January.
WHERE ARE THE SUMMERNATS?
The Summernats are held at Exhibition Park in Canberra, known to the faithful as EPIC.
EPIC is located at the gateway to the National Capital on the corner of Flemington Road and Northbourne Avenue/Federal Highway.
Set on 70 hectares just eight minutes from the city centre, its geographic proximity to Sydney and Melbourne makes it easily accessible for interstate travellers with the Canberra Airport only a 15 minute drive away.