Date: 02 June 2018-03 June 2018 Times:
The theme for the inaugural festival is Formula 1, and there will be no shortage of cars to celebrate as Scotland is the fifth most successful nation in the world for producing Formula One World Champions. Event Director, Bill Telford, is the driving force behind the project. He said: Scotland has an enviable reputation in motorsport but, as yet, there has never been an event that celebrates this success. The Argyll Festival of Performance has been created to do just that with a theme each year to really allow the stories to be told. In year one, it will be Formula 1, and Scotland boasts some of the biggest names in the sport from the legendary Jim Clark and Jackie Stewart, to multiple race winners like David Coulthard, and of course, local star, Susie Wolff, who was the first female to be involved in an F1 weekend in 22 years at the British Grand Prix in 2014. see entry list on http://www.argyllfestivalofperformance.com/star-cars/4592798834
Announcing the details of the festival, His Grace, The Duke of Argyll, said:
We are delighted to be able to host the inaugural Argyll Festival of Performance here at Inveraray Castle. With such an iconic location in the very heart of Argyll, the dramatic landscape and setting I hope will draw people from far and wide for a very special weekend-. The Jim Clark Trust is delighted to be the official Charity partner of the inaugural Argyll Festival of Performance' with proceeds raised going towards plans for a new expanded Jim Clark Museum in Duns, Scottish Borders.
A brand new motorsport festival designed to celebrate Scotlandís rich heritage in motorsport, over the next three years, the Argyll Festival of Performance will bring together significant cars from F1, Le Mans, Indy Cars, Touring Cars and International Stage Rallying, plus a whole host of unique vehicles never before seen in Scotland.
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£40 per adult
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