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Pentillie Festival of Speed

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Pentillie Castle & Estate
St Mellion
Cornwall
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Event timing: Bank Holiday Weekend
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for Pentillie Festival of Speed as your favourite British event.

A spectacular new motorsport event in Cornwall promising a weekend of adrenalin-fuelled activities, including a Motor Sports Association endorsed hillclimb running from the banks of the River Tamar and right past the majestic Pentillie Castle.

In addition to the hillclimb, there will be a number of activities around the Castle, including a display of vintage, classic, sports, retro and modern cars.

There will also be 4x4 driving through the park, along with a giant six-lane Scalextric track, racing car simulators, Abarth stunt plane, trade stands and, last but definitely not least, the very best in South West food and drink.

Tel: 01579 350 044 2012
Email: drive@pentilliefestivalofspeed.com

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