Classics on the Crick

The Crick, Main Road, Naphill, Buckinghamshire, HP14 4SX. Just 10 minutes from J4, M40.

Participants entry to show between 10am and 12 midday.

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Car & Commercial Classes

All cars and commercials fitting into the following categories are welcome

Class A  Up to 1945

Class B  1946 - 1965

Class C  1966 - 1979

Class D  Modern Classics 1980 - 1999

Class E  Custom & Kit Car 

Class F  American all ages

Class G  Post 1999 Supercar

Admission is at the discretion of the organisers, if you have any queries please contact us at 

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Certificates and Rosettes will be presented to the top vehicles in each class, plus there will be a 2020 Best in Show award. All competitors will receive a commemorative vehicle sticker.

 

We shall also be holding our usual Public's Choice competition, when visitors to the show choose their favourite.

Entries on the day will be subject to availability.

 

To aid the efficient running of the show, only vehicles that have been pre-entered will judged.

Pre-entries will close on Friday 5th June 2020 or before, if we reach full capacity. 

General Information

Competitors are requested to park their vehicle on the main field between 10am and 12 noon.

The presentation of awards will take place at approximately 3.30pm, with the show finishing at 4pm.

 

We kindly request that entrants refrain from leaving the event before 3.30pm.

There will be plenty of catering and an onsite bar.

 

 

Car Clubs

lf you are part of a car club and wish to reserve a space for a club display please contact us at 

entries.classicsonthecrick@gmail

 

All cars & commercials £10, includes entry for driver and one passenger.

As the show is becoming increasingly popular, we advise that you pre-enter to secure a place. 

Only pre-entered vehicles will be eligible to win a Class or Best in Show Award. 

All profits go to the Thames Valley Air Ambulance.

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