With the last bit of sun still shining, this weekend saw the return of the much loved French Car Show at the iconic Castle Combe Circuit. On Friday 26th July, as soon as the gates opened the crowds flooded the fields to enjoy the finest in French design and engineering.

The action packed weekend meant the whole family could attend and enjoy every minute. With free attractions such as Bucking Bronco and gladiator games the children and those who are children at heart were set to enjoy hours of fun. While the children were being entertained there was an endless list of attractions for the rest of the family.

Although more for the children, the Castle Combe Showground karting was a great hit with the adults and saw clubs and individuals getting very competitive. Celebrating the excellence of French engineering from concourse cars, retro cars, to the hardcore motorsport cars, people were able to admire these at the themed paddocks zone.

French Car Show 2013

For the adrenalin junkies Renault Sport allowed guests to get a taste of the new 2014 Clio Sport and offered free passenger track rides around the famous circuit. If you are not the next Lewis Hamilton and prefer a slower pace, then the F1 simulators were the perfect escape providing fun and excitement without the hair raising speeds.

Renault at French Car Show

Like every year, The French Car Show offers an amazing trade area where you can purchase the essentials for a weekend away or anything in French engineering.

Peugeot at French Car Show

Based just outside of Bristol, Castle Combe offered excellent weekend camping facilities for all the family, so whether it was a day trip or a weekend away The French Car Show was a hit with spectators and is set to make a big bang next July as well.

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