We've another exciting selection of cars and vehicles from across the decades, but this year we’re also celebrating David Brown Company and the incredible history that comes from its factory in nearby Meltham. David Brown Engineering was not only famous for his tractors but the manufacturing of gears and gearboxes for other projects such as the Lancaster bomber and the Spitfire.

Come and meet Steve and his helpers and see a genuine WW2 Spitfire, along with a fascinating display from the David Brown tractor museum, including the collection of tractors that Roger has put together.

Aston Martin will be represented in this area over the three days by the Aston Martin Owners Club, who will have in excess of 20 cars per day on display.

David Brown purchased Aston Martin and Lagonda brand after WW2 and subsequently made the Aston Martin marque famous, with the David Brown range of cars so often used in the James Bond film franchise.

While you’re here, look out for the NASCAR Truck display – a fantastic range of trucks that have been curated by Geoff, who deserves a mention for pulling this special display together. 

We also have a fantastic lineup of supercars.  Currently confirmed for 2022 are models from McLaren, Ferrari, Mercedes, Lamborghini and Bentley.  But the list is growing, so make sure you follow our Festival Torque newsletter and social media.

And back for 2022 will be a fantastic lineup of stock cars.  They were a major attraction in 2021 and they’ll be back as a static display inn the stock car paddock in the events field. Ben Bamforth will be on hand with his late father’s ex-world championship winning car, and George will, once again be bringing his band of racers both with Formula One and Formula 2 cars which made such a colourful addition to our first Festival.

If you are interested in displaying your vehicle at our 2023 Festival, click here and complete the relevant form.

Fantastic lineup of vehicle displays at the Yorkshire Motorsport Festival