Covering a massive variety of motor events this past weekend, Bug Jam was bigger and bader than ever. Despite the terrible weather in some cases, rain and wind wasn’t at all a problem as the events at hand were the front focus, from off road buggying to BMX’ing and Drag racing, Bug Jam was definitely a show for the motor thrill seekers!!
Well, where to start? Bug Jam hit hard this weekend, and so did the fans hitting the track in their pride and joys! From classic cars to motor bikes and dragsters, wet or dry, everyone gave the track a good grinding, keeping the crowd on the edge of their seats in the classic Bug Jam style!
Prefer bikes to cars? What about BMX’s? Yup, that’s right, Bug Jam had an amazing BMX show throughout the weekend, with bikers performing jaw dropping flips, tricks, and spins at unbelievable heights! Helmets and knee pads at the ready!
Motorbikes were also a favourite on the track this year, with some extremely slick and colourful body work going on!
Off road buggies also made an appearance this year, more so for the lovers of dirt and grime! A great addition/feature to the show!
What’s a car show without the lovely Performance Direct Girls? The girls made a great appearance over the course of the weekend with wellies and umbrellas at the ready! And when you work hard, you play hard, as you can see with the girls giving the rock climbing wall a good crack!
To make the atmosphere over the weekend even more festivally, The Bug Jammers were able to chill out and rock out at the main bug jam stage were some amazing singers and bands gave some outstanding performances! Move over X-Factor.
One of the main events at the festival this weekend was the Drag series, with drag racers raring to go! Amongst the dragsters this weekend, an amazing appearance was made by the British Touring Car itself, the Audi BTCC.
Who doesn’t love the rusty old bangers?
Now, Bug Jam isn’t complete without a show of Volkswagens, be it the modern style VW’s or classic Campervans, and a variety of colours, styles, and sizes were spread out across the weekend, some with wacky interiors! A nice appearance was also made from the Chopped Splitscreen Campervan itself!
And, to make an addition to the VW beetle collection, one had even received its own custom spray paint, going for the modern 2014 look we see!
Here are a few extra pics from across the weekend:
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