Lime Rock: Murray Smith, Chairman of the Historic Festival
Pictured: Murray Smith, Chairman of the Historic Festival 36 at Lime Rock Park
Listen below to Murray Smith, Chairman of the Historic Festival talk about the Historic Festival happening this Labor Day Weekend. This year's theme is Bugatti and they have so much in store for the spectators! Now in its 36th year, the Historic Festival at Lime Rock Park has been a time-honored tradition since 1982. Enjoy vintage car racing at its best!
CLICK HERE to visit Lime Rock Park's website to purchase tickets and get the full lineup of events for the Historic Festival 36 Weekend
Historic Festival 36 & Sunday in the Park Concours & Gathering of the Marques
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday, Aug. 30 - Sept. 3, 2018
Details about Historic Festival 36
The event opens with the Vintage Race Car & Sports Car Parade through the local towns culminating in a street fair in Falls Village on Thursday, August 30. This free event is a favorite event for locals and visitors alike. Then, enjoy three days of fantastic, authentic vintage car racing on Friday, August 31, Saturday, September 1 and Monday, September 3. On Sunday, September 2, the Sunday in the Park: Concours d’Elegance and Gathering of the Marques is a time when car enthusiast gather to admire vintage cars.
This year, the Festival will be absolutely stunning as the theme is Bugatti, one of the most important and beloved marques in all motor racing history—a marque that has stimulated enormous interest and enthusiasm from both aesthetic and performance points of view. With more than 50 Bugatti to be featured at both the Sunday in the Park Concours and the Bugatti Grand Prix Racing event - Historic Festival 36 will be one of the largest gathering of Bugatti in your lifetime. Bugatti are coming not just from all over the United States and even Europe.
CLICK HERE to visit Lime Rock Park's website and get the full lineup of events for the Historic Festival 36 Weekend
About Lime Rock Park
Lime Rock Park is the historic motorsports venue in Lakeville, Connecticut, in the state’s famous Northwest Corner, and has been New England’s road racing home since 1957. Lime Rock is located in Litchfield County, renowned for its vast historical, cultural and recreational resources.