More than £100,000 has already been raised by CarFest North for Children in Need.
BBC presenter and creator of the festival Chris Evans announced the figures on his Radio 2 breakfast show this morning (August 6).
Mr Evans said: “The raffle raised over £38,000 and the Children in Need magnificent merchandise added another £25,000 to Pudsey’s piggy bank.
“Let’s hear it for the Sporting Bears, basically you pay what you want and they take you round the track in their cars, they raised £57,000 and finally £23,000 from the gold and silver auction packages.
“All of that happens again for CarFest South thank you so, so much.”
Prizes for the raffle included ‘A cool car for a year’, ‘A car to keep for life’ and a Beatles week in Liverpool.
The total for the draw was ‘almost double’ from any other CarFest event.
The event was overshadowed by the death of pilot Kevin Whyman, who was killed when his plane crashed during a display on the Saturday.
The festival plans to release the full total of cash raised after CarFest South held in Hampshire from August 28-30.