Big crowds expected at Flywheel Festival


The third annual Flywheel Festival at Bicester Heritage brings together more than 100 competition cars for an action-packed timetable hosted on its demonstration track.

There will be all sorts of motorsport action at the Flywheel Festival 2017 at Bicester Heritage on June 24/25 (Chris Byrne).

Taking place on the Saturday and Sunday, June 24/25, 2017, the festival will welcome Edwardian chain-driven monsters, vintage Bentleys and iconic Le Mans Jaguars, with a programme expected to be substantially larger than previous years.Alongside the road, there will be a collection of historically significant motorcycles. Live action arenas will host a variety of cars, bikes, aircraft and military vehicles, while the open paddocks provide close access for the thousands of visitors expected through the gates of Bicester Heritage, the UK’s best preserved Second World War bomber station.

Confirmed flying displays include the Great War Display Team dogfights and precision flying from the Tiger 9 team.

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On the ground, visitors will be treated to an array of pre-1970 music, fairground and shopping attractions.

Advance ticket prices start from £23 per adult and £52 per family. Each adult ticket includes free parking, as well as a complimentary souvenir programme. Entry for children under the age of five years will be free. To purchase tickets for Flywheel 2017, visit

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