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Springnats News


les adams
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The Valvoline Springnats are back again bigger than ever and confirmed dates for the famous Shepparton Victoria event are as usual the last weekend of November with this year being the 25th to 27th November 2011.

Now into its 19th year the Valvoline Springnats is Victoria’s LARGEST performance car festival that provides the true motor vehicle enthusiast with the opportunity to display their skills and vehicles against other enthusiasts in a safe, controlled and friendly environment.

The venue for the 2011 Springnats is the Shepparton Showgrounds which will again prove an ideal central location with its unique, ready-made paved areas suited to driving events and brand new indoor facility that was very well received by both participants and spectators alike at our 2010 event.

The Valvoline Springnats will again be all about admiring the best cars in the land including Street Machines, Hot Rods, Kustoms, Restored / Authentic as well as Imports and spending quality time with family and friends, whilst witnessing some of the most powerful cars compete side by side in Hi Octane Action Events such as Go To Whoa, Autokana, Indoor and Outdoor Show N Shine, Dyno Challenge, Autofest Corkscrew and everyone’s favourite the fiercely competitive Burnout Title.

The Valvoline Autofest Series includes, Springnats as well as our other events that have been held in Murray Bridge SA, Corowa NSW, Mount Gambier SA and our all new NSW event to be held each year in March at the Australian Mecca of Motorsport, Mount Panorama Bathurst kicking off from the 17th and 18th March 2012. Autofest events attract 100’s of entrants and many thousand spectators over the weekends providing unique environments to compare and compete.

All our events are alcohol free and thus promote a true family atmosphere where spectators are able to enjoy the enthusiasm and excitement of a motor vehicle event in a friendly environment. This has been evidenced by the fact of strong crowd attendances consisting largely of families of all ages.

The Valvoline Autofest Series of events present themselves as fantastic marketing tools for companies to profile their products and/or services.

Additional information can be obtained by visiting our website at www.autofest.com.au

Or www.gasolinemag.com.au

If you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact via email at [email protected] or on 0417 511557.

Street Rods, Street Machines, Kustoms, Imports and Restored/Authentic are all welcomed and catered For!

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