Hendy Performance, part of the Hendy Group, welcomed thousands of motorsport and performance car enthusiasts to its open house on August 8th.
The ‘high octane’ day took place at the Thruxton race track in Hampshire and allowed car enthusiasts to meet, show off their cars and meet ambassadors Hendy Tiff Needell , British F4 pilot James Hedley and BTCC pilot rón Taylor. Black-smith.
Visitors had the opportunity to admire a number of cars, including the Jaguar Formula E car, the I-Type 5, the Lotus JPS Type 72 Formula 1 car as well as a host of new models from dealerships of the south coast of Hendy, including Moke.
There were also precision driving exhibits from Paul Swift’s stunt driving team and the ability for visitors to use their own car on the skid-pan, as well as an extensive display of motorists’ cars. eager to present their own vehicles.
The visitor’s exhibit included everything from the very latest Mustang to classic special editions of Subarus, Lotus models, performance Fords and Japanese supercars.
“It has been an incredible day. It has been wonderful to see so many people having a great day in a safe environment for Covid, ”said Paul Hendy, CEO of Hendy. “The Hendy Performance team have been amazing putting on so many attractions and it has been great working with Thruxton to make the event happen.”
Hendy Performance Brand Manager John Haylett explained that for many people this was the first automotive event they had attended in over 18 months.
He said: “It was great to welcome so many enthusiasts and our own ambassadors to Thruxton for a great day.
“Our open houses are always extremely popular and we were delighted to partner with the Thruxton racing circuit to host a mini car show for anyone who enjoys performance cars.”