PETROLHEADS flocked to Cholmondeley to lap up the weekend’s spectacular Pageant of Power event.
Cholmondeley Castle provided the setting for the inaugural event, which showcased 80 classic and vintage cars, 25 classic boats, 40 motorcycles representing a century of racing and 56 helicopters.
More than 20,000 people turned out over the two days, despite the rainy conditions on Saturday.
The grounds were alive with the roar of a multitude of engines as the stars of the event showed themselves off to appreciative crowds.
Cars and bikes raced around 1.2 miles of purpose-built track, competing in time trials, while boats raced around the mere and helicopters whirled in from across Europe.
As well as being a feast for motor enthusiasts, families turned out to take in the action and soak up the atmosphere.
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