What is so great about the Motor Mouth Fall Festival? Well, it is held in the town of Plymouth and is dedicated to all things British. The reason for this particular festival is that Plymouth is home to one of the oldest motor manufacturing companies in the world. This company was the world’s first motor manufacturing industry and today it continues to thrive.
During the Motor Mouth Festival, all sorts of cars and trucks gather to go down to the race track and watch the famous races being run. As you probably know, there are many events on this track. Some of these include the famous Nurburgring race, which is open to the public and viewed by thousands upon thousands of people each year. Then there is the famous Blue Flag Race, which takes place at the famous St. James’ Park. The list of races goes on.
Now – it is worth mentioning that this is not the only attraction on this particular weekend. You will also find the famous Nutsmas Shopping Festival, with everything from local foods to antiques and gifts to toys taking part in this event. As well as this, there is a very large number of craft fairs taking place. As with Nurburgring, there is plenty of sports for the kids to enjoy as well.
If we are going to talk about entertainment, one of the most popular things to do at the Motor Mouth Festival is go see a race. There are actually two different races: The Grand Prix Weekend and the National Rallycross Championship. You can go to either of these and enjoy the cars, the atmosphere, and some great food and drink – or if you would prefer to drive, then you will be able to enjoy the various classes of driving on offer at the venue, which includes four wheel drive, rallycross, and hot car driving.
The actual festival dates back to 2021, but is now back again this year with even more exciting racing. You can find out more by checking online, where there are plenty of photos and videos to help you to get to grips with the whole idea. And there are many things to enjoy apart from the actual driving and racing, such as classic cars demonstrations and car swap-outs where you can take your favourite model car and swap it in for a new one. This has become an extremely popular option for those attending the festival.
Of course, once you have had your fill of the action, why not just sit back and enjoy the weather? In the summer, there are numerous photo opportunities, including bird watching and dolphin sighting. You can also enjoy the scenic views from the top of the Redoubt Mountains. This is a fantastic way to end your day – guaranteed.
If you are interested in history, there are plenty of places to go and learn more. One of the places you may like to visit is the museum – located within the town – which was used by the Romans. You can also find out more about the Battle of Leyland and about the lives and times of the Domesday population.
There is also plenty to do outside of the main festival area. You can wander around to some of the countryside surrounding the town, especially if you are into the countryside and love exploring. Or you can go for a drive on the M1, which runs along the famous River Stour. Or take the kids for a day trip – they won’t mind getting out a bit. There are so many activities to enjoy that you will soon forget the music and the cars.