Record-breaking stunt driver Terry Grant returns to Silverstone Classic

Record-breaking stunt driver Terry Grant returns to Silverstone Classic

Record-breaking off-track crowd-pleasers back for The Classic

• Slowly Sideways brings rally legends back to Silverstone
• Ever-popular Shift and Drift Zone all to set to wow visitors 
• Tickets on sale with COVID booking guarantee


The headline-grabbing ‘Greatest Hits’ celebrations to mark The Classic’s milestone 30thbirthday not only features the event’s best-ever programme of retro races but also now the return of two established off-track crowd-pleasers in the popular ‘Shift and Drift Zone’. 

 
Ace stunt driving supremo Terry Grant will be back to wow on-lookers with his spectacular rubber-burning displays and, when the tyre-smoke abates, he will be sharing the stage with the much-loved iconic rally cars of Slowly Sideways UK.

 
The fearless Grant keeps racking up the world records – a jaw-dropping list which includes the most donuts in 100 seconds, the highest loop-the-loop in a car and the furthest barrel roll jump. 

 
The daredevil’s latest crazy achievements – the fastest mile in a car on two wheels and the most people in a car on two wheels – came aboard a 575bhp Range Rover Sport SVR. And both are endorsed by Guinness World Records.

 
Grant will be bringing the extraordinary record-breaking Range Rover to Silverstone for his twice daily displays at The Classic (30 July – 1 August) and is promising further eye-catching exploits on two wheels.

 
Rally cars are always a popular addition to the fun-fuelled showcase and, once again, Slowly Sideways has come up trumps with some true forest legends from the sport’s golden eras.
 
 
The 2021 line-up includes a number of beasts from the epic Group B era as well as a plethora of Subaru Imprezas from the golden years when British heroes Colin McRae and Richard Burns ruled the rally world. These champions will be on static display for visitors to savour throughout the three-day event and then revving up twice each day for awesome demo runs.
  
 
“The Shift and Drift Zone has become a major attraction for fans of all ages at The Classic and we are delighted that both Terry Grant and Slowly Sideways are back with us this summer,” enthused Nick Wigley, CEO of The Classic’s promoter Goose Live Events. “Everyone loves to see and smell burning rubber and these guys never disappoint.” 

  
Proving great value, all tickets for The Classic include admission to the Shift and Drift Zone as well as to both racing paddocks, open trackside grandstand seating, live music concerts on Friday and Saturday evenings and much of the fabulous family entertainment on offer including funfair rides and driving experiences.

 
Tickets must be purchased in advance and the price of adult general admission currently starts at £47 and three-day weekend ticket is on offer at just £125. 

 
Encouraging families to share in the entertainment, free admission is offered to accompanied children aged 10 and under, while day tickets for those aged between 11 and 15 are priced from just £6.

 
Ticket-buyers can also book with confidence with tickets carrying a COVID booking guarantee which means that if a change in Government guidelines prevents spectators attending, all ticket-buyers will have the option to either transfer their ticket to the following year or receive a full refund.


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