FUELLED BY PASSION, MADE IN COVENTRY: CLUB MOTOFEST
Coventry’s prominent MotoFest event may be postponed to 2021, but fans can still get in on the action. The MotoFest team have been working hard from their new home offices to deliver a brand-new experience: Club MotoFest. The club brings the most dedicated fans a range of benefits, including exclusive member only events, discounts from sponsors and a monthly newsletter – all for free.
To sweeten the deal, members are entitled to a 25% discount on all Power Maxed products, as well as massive discounts on Pro-GreenMX, Old Hall Performance, Rugby Shot Blasting, Electric Zoo and Spec Prep products and services.
Director James Noble said: “We are proud to work with our longstanding sponsors, born and bred in Coventry, to bring our dedicated supporters a host of exclusive benefits all for free during these trying times and inspire hope and confidence in the festival as we gear up for 2021”.
More to come
As the UK adjusts to social distancing, the team is hard at work to bring even more benefits to dedicated club members. In the lead to what would have been this year’s MotoFest, the team created a virtual concours on their Facebook page. The competition, in partnership with the Association of Heritage Engineers, took place over four weeks showing the finest vehicles from pre-war through iconic classics to modern vehicles. Hugh Conway, Chairman of The Bugatti Trust, said the following of the concours:
“The Coventry Concours featured a brilliant display of cars with a tenacious link to British engineering and indeed a celebration of the heritage and culture, past and present of Coventry”.
Each of the five winners received a Golden Ticket guaranteeing their vehicle a place at the inaugural Coventry Concours event at MotoFest Coventry 2021 and two admissions to the Bugatti Trust Museum and Study Centre, courtesy of Angela Hucke Curator.
MotoFest and Coventry
MotoFest celebrates Coventry’s motoring heritage and drives a profit to the city’s economy. Club MotoFest allows the team to give back to the community, supporting the local brands which would have attended this year’s festival, boosting the local economy and their brand recognition. In 2018, the Coventry BID estimated MotoFest contributed an astounding £10 million to the local economy. In 2019, the festival propelled past previous years, attracting an unbelievable 229,292 visitors, raising the profile of the city and bringing about hope.