Only a few weeks remain before the spectacular Cholmondeley Power and Speed festival gets under way in Cheshire.

The ninth staging of the event - previously known as the Cholmondeley Pageant of Power - will celebrate supercars past, present and future with stunning displays and thrilling on-track action, giving attendees the chance to get up close and personal to some of the most powerful, eye-catching and revered supercars in the world.

Star cars set to take to the track throughout the weekend range from supercars such as a 2008 Ferrari FXX and a 2016 McLaren 675 LT to rally icons like a 1984 Audi Quattro S1 and a 1975 Lancia Stratos. On two-wheels, particular highlights set for the track include Allen Millyard’s Viper V10 and Flying Millyard, in addition to a 1959 Vincent Viscount and a 1956 Norton Dominator 99, complete with sidecar.

Taking place from June 10-12, Cholmondeley Power and Speed will also see a range of all-new elements shake up proceedings.

The inaugural Motorshow Live! taking place on the Friday will give car manufacturers the opportunity to demonstrate their latest models on track while enabling guests to test drive in a unique racing environment.

Already committed are Lexus, Blue Bell BMW, Holdcroft Honda and Holdcroft Nissan with Oakmere Motor Group also set to showcase their latest models from Lotus, Morgan and Caterham.

On Friday and Saturday evenings, Cholmondeley will be hosting a beer and food festival for the first time, with stand-up comedy set to entertain attendees on Saturday night.

Entry to the evening activity is included with day tickets, however visitors who wish to attend just for the food, beer and comedy festival can purchase tickets for £15 for adults and £10 for children, allowing access to the site from 6pm on Saturday, June 11.

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Further features and content on land (both two and four wheels), air and water will be announced over the coming weeks, with all action once again set against the stunning backdrop of Cholmondeley Castle and its beautiful parkland.

All this, combined with camping and hundreds of exciting trade stands make Cholmondeley Power and Speed the family-friendly motorsport event of the summer.

Further information and tickets are available at for the event at Cholmondeley Castle. Adult tickets are priced from £24, with children’s tickets priced from £7.

To mark its imminent arrival, The Chronicle has teamed up with the organisers to offer readers the chance to win one of five pairs of tickets for the Sunday of the event, including parking.

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