"Strictly Sideways" is the latest exciting attraction alongside the regular action-packed lineup at Rallyday, which takes place at Castle Combe Circuit on Saturday 19 September 2009.

The all-new "Strictly Sideways" competition will showcase rally teams demonstrating their drifting and car control in front of a panel of celebrity judges on a speciallydesigned route with excellent spectator viewpoints. The panel of judges will mark the teams for flamboyance, car control and pure entertainment value and there will be class winners for Rear-Wheel Drive, Four-Wheel Drive and Front-Wheel Drive!

For anyone not already familiar with the event, Rallyday is an annual show run by rally enthusiasts, which gives visitors a chance to enjoy the spectacle of a wide range of rally cars and rally stars in an open and spectator-friendly environment. It comprises live action on the track with static displays in the paddock, and has something to offer everyone, from the rally enthusiast to a family looking for an enjoyable day out.

On-track action comes in the form of professional driving demonstrations, track sessions, rally car rides, circuit parades and a feature rally car stage. Off track, there is a host of displays, where visitors can have a close look at some of the world's most iconic rally cars, which have made rallying History through the years. The paddock is packed full of static displays, plus the main event stage where rallying celebrities are interviewed. There are also numerous trade exhibitors, ranging from major car manufacturers to individual specialists offering a diverse array of rally merchandise.

Rallyday Interactive is where visitors can go further than just spectate. Whether it be a WRC rally simulator, radio-controlled rally cars or a full-on white-knuckle ride in a selection of rally cars, there are many activities for people to participate in.

Tickets are exceptional value and - if booked in advance - cost just £10 per adult and accompanied children go FREE! Tickets on the gate cost £15 per adult, so it makes sense to book early.

Ticket booking, in addition to information about track sessions, clubmans rally packages, strictly sideways entry forms, paddock parking, trade stands and spectator information, can all be found on the Rallyday website Clicky
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