Daily Record article - 10th July 2015
YOU can get your fix of Trix at the Scottish Car Show.
It’s now just over a week until the spectacular event at the Royal Highland Centre at Ingliston, Edinburgh, on Sunday, July 19.
And it will be all about cars and bikes on one, two and four wheels. This year’s show will be headlined by spectacular stunts.
Top attractions include international drift legends Mark Luney and Steven Donnelly, who are travelling from Ireland to perform a duet of adrenaline-fuelled stunts for the crowds.
Plus there will be the Scottish Car Show debut of Vertical Trix, who will be bringing never-seen-before automotive mayhem to Scotland with their wild and wacky show.
You’ll also find more than 1300 of the country’s best vehicles covering all makes, models and types, from classic and vintage 1920s rat rods through to modern-day machines such as 1000bhp plus Skyline GTRs.
Enthusiasts and owners clubs are also well catered for, with all the leading groups and clubs in attendance from across the UK and beyond.
Organiser Rikki Bruce said: “You’d be forgiven for thinking the event is just for car nuts.
“But the Scottish Car Show has an even bigger family fun arena, with everything to keep younger visitors entertained from start to finish.”
With a massive selection of inflatable attractions, a huge petting zoo, face painters, birds of prey, a land train, live music and lots more, the show really is set to be an amazing family fun day out.
If you want to do more than just to spectate, you can take advantage of the passenger laps in real drift cars plus a range of sports cars on the day, including Porsches and Ariel Atoms.
To find out more about what’s in store, visit www.scottishand, remember, you can pay on the day so no need to prebook a ticket.