The fifth Rallyday takes place at Castle Combe Circuit in Wiltshire on Saturday 13 August.
Rallyday 2005 celebrates 25 years of the Audi quattro, with a breath-taking selection of ex-factory and private examples of the car which changed the face of international rallying.
Almost 10,000 spectators attended Rallyday in 2004, which included the debut of the innovative 'Raid on Castle Combe', where Colin McRae led a cavalcade of desert racers over the normally tranquil circuit infield in a Dakar-prepared Nissan Pickup.
This feature, which proved very popular with the spectators and Rally Raid teams, will be expanded for 2005, giving visitors more opportunity to see these incredible machines in action.
As for the rest of Rallyday 2005, the main content will follow the same successful formula as before, combining famous rally drivers with some of the world's best-loved and most exciting rally cars, both past and present.
Based at one of Britain's most spectator-friendly and accessible motorsport venues, Rallyday features a mixture of action on the track and in the paddock, with activities and attractions to suit everyone interested in rallying.
Advance tickets for this year's event cost £10 pchildren £2]; track sessions are £20 and trade pitches start from £100+VAT for a 5-metre frontage.
For further details and booking information, please visit the website at www.rallyday.com
or call 0845 127 2559.