The countdown has begun until the Royal Deeside Speed Festival returns to Kincardine O’Neil.
The organisers of the prestige event are busy carrying out important groundworks, organising attractions and trade stands and developing the itinerary for the day, before they welcome enthusiastic spectators through the gates on August 20.
Promising to expand on the success of 2016, the event will showcase the largest gathering of rare supercars, exciting performance cars, motorbikes and historic racing cars anywhere in the north-east, and many of which will not be seen anywhere else in Scotland.
The Royal Deeside Speed Festival will wow and amaze spectators this August when it once again roars into the pretty conservation village of Kincardine O’Neil, 20 miles west of Aberdeen on the A93.
The main attraction will be a demonstration speed hillclimb which shall be complemented by a range of high quality trade stands, motoring attractions, off-road rides and the Soapbox Derby.
Situated near to the glorious River Dee, the picturesque castle estate will also play host to a selection of car clubs along with a local food, drink and craft festival.
As well as the motorsports action The Royal Deeside Speed Festival offers family friendly attractions such as a kid’s funfair, driving simulators, the Soapbox Derby and more with the event supporting the charity Children 1st.
The Royal Deeside Speed Festival takes place on Sunday, August 20 from 9.45am to 5.15pm at
Kincardine Castle, Kincardine O’Neil, Aboyne, Aberdeenshire AB34 5AE. Advance sales are via the website or cash only tickets are available on the gate and there is free parking.
See www.rdsf.co.uk or follow them on Facebook (royaldeesidespeedfestival).