JapShow FinaleSunday 4th October 2020 - Santa Pod Raceway
With Saturday Night Special RWYB on Saturday 3rd October 2020
As the car show season closer Jap Show Finale is your last chance to get your car out there before winter draws in. We have something for everyone with Show Paddock, public Run What Ya Brung open to everyone including bikes, Trade area, Show & Shine, Club displays, Drifting, Jet Dragster, Stunts and more!
So leave those winter wheels off for the weekend and hit the strip at Santa Pod.
TICKETS: Adult Tickets from £12 - Kids Under 13 FREE* Buy Tickets
Run What Ya Brung - RWYB
Japanese Cars & Bikes ONLY
Get your car or bike on the famous track and see what it can do! £20 for 4 runs on Sunday, with a full performance print-out available for each run.
You will need to bring your driving licence to sign-on. Trophies for class winners. Visit the RWYB page for more info.
RWYB is open to everyone on Saturday but Japanese Cars and bikes ONLY on Sunday.
Autoglym Show Car Paddock
Japanese Cars & Bikes ONLY
Whether you've got a classic or modified Jap show car, if it's something special, make sure you enter it into the Show Car Paddock. Don't leave it in the main carpark where no-one will see it, get into the show and get noticed!
The Show Car Paddock is FREE to enter and there are trophies and prizes from Autoglym.
Best in Show, Top 5, Best Bike, Best Retro & Judges Choice.
There's no need to pre-enter, simply turn up from 8am, park up, sign up and shine up! Space is limited and the paddock fills up quickly so be sure to arrive early.
Club display and camping areas are available on a first-come-first-served basis. For booking enquires call 01234 782828, the first clubs to book get pitch priority. View further info on the Clubs page.
It wouldn’t be The Fast Show without something really bloomin’ fast, and they don’t get much faster than a 270mph Jet Car. Witness the power and feel the noise of the Fireforce 3 Jet Funny Car.
Sports Compact Shootout
A new, experimental class giving those with “Compact” engine combinations an opportunity to race heads up. The class welcomes RWD, 4WD & FWD cars with 4, 5 or 6 cylinder engines and rotaries.
- Entry Fee - £50 (2 tickets inc)
- Prize Fund - £400 winner, £200 Runner Up*, Trophies
- Max 20 entries for 16 car ladder
Enter online at racers.santapodtickets.com
*Prize fund requires minimum of 8 cars qualified
If you don’t fancy thrashing your own car then don’t worry because we have someone else here willing to take you for a ride in theirs. This is your opportunity to experience some real exhilarating sideways action with a pro drifter for just £10.
If you are interested in trying drifting for yourself then Santa Pod holds regular Drift What Ya Brung days, full details are at www.DWYB.co.uk.
The JapShow Finale trade village will have traders selling everything from ICE to performance parts.
Bars & Caterers
There are licensed bars and caterers on site selling food and drink to suit all tastes and there are cash machines in the Shops. View details.
JapShow Finale 2019 Gallery
View photos from JapShow Finale 2019 on the Facebook Photo Gallery page.
The RWYB competition saw some exhilarating competition throughout the classes; we witnessed full throttle action as an array of Japanese cars flew down the track at some impressive speeds. The winners of the RWYB classes are as follows:
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Santa Pod Raceway
Santa Pod Raceway is the UK's premier Drag Strip in the middle of England on the border of Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire. For full venue details please visit www.santapod.com.
Fill out your e-mail address on the Newsletter page to receive the Santa Pod Email News Letter and you will also be entered into a monthly prize draw to win a £50 Santa Pod Raceway gift voucher.
Please be aware that on the routes leading to Santa Pod Raceway, local Police will be carrying out Speed Enforcement Operations during the event and they will also be targeting other traffic offences in relation to Seat Belts, use of Mobile Phones and Illegal Number Plates etc.
If reports of antisocial driving reach the venue from local residents, drivers responsible run the risk of being refused admission without refund.