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Planning ahead will help you get the most out of your visit to Race Retro. The below guide outlines the options for getting to the venue, where to eat and stay while you are there, plus information for our visitors who may need additional assistance.

If there is anything you can't find here, please visit our frequently asked questions page. We look forward to welcoming you to the show!

2024 Opening Times

Friday 23 February: 9.30am-5.30pm
Saturday 24 February: 9.30am-5.30pm
Sunday 25 February: 9.30am-4.30pm

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Race Retro is held at:

Stoneleigh Park

Please use the postcode CV8 2LG if using sat nav.

Getting to Race Retro

Getting to the show is simple, located in the heart of England so it is very accessible, wherever you are coming from. There are a number of ways you can get to us across the weekend, from car, bus, rail or even air.

Birmingham International train station and Airport are just a 30 minute drive from Stoneleigh Park, so whether you are coming by car, bus, rail or air, both our domestic and international visitors can join us easily.

By Car

By Car

Stoneleigh Park is easily accessed from the A45, A46 and M40.

Visitors in cars will be routed on to the site by Event Signs, using the B4115 road, which runs parallel to the A46 near Stoneleigh village.

Plan your route

By Train

By Train

The nearest train stations are Coventry, Warwick Parkway and Leamington Spa. There are rail connections to these stations from London Marylebone Station, Birmingham New Street and Birmingham International (at the airport).

There is bus access from Coventry Station and Leamington Town Centre or it's about 3 miles in a taxi.

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By Plane

By Plane

Birmingham International Airport is the most convenient for visitors.

The train station at the airport allows a link to Coventry station in 15 minutes.

Coventry Airport is mainly used for charter flights and East Midlands Airport is approximately 45 miles to the north, with indirect rail links via Derby, Leicester and Birmingham.

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Where to Eat

Within the halls, there is a restaurant with plenty of options, plus stands selling a variety of choices from Greek wraps to pies. There is a catering van located by the rally stage.

Farmer's Fayre restaurant and farm shop is located on the road between the halls and the main Gate which is available for all visitors.

You are also welcome to bring your own lunch to eat at any suitable area within the Stoneleigh complex.

Assisted Access

Vouchers for assisted access 

If you have a disability that restricts your ability to attend the show on your own to the extent where a helper is needed, then a carer is admitted free. Carers must still have a ticket. This can be arranged online in advance or from the Box Office at the show.

Disabled visitors can enter the site through Gate 1 and must have their disabled blue badge in order to gain access to designated disabled parking (which is subject to availability).

Disabled access 

Unisex accessible toilets are located in Hall 1 and Strollers Restaurant. Enlarged toilet cubicles, accessible to ambulant disabled visitors, are located in Hall 1 and Hall 2.

Primary access routes into and around the exhibition halls are on a level threshold and footpaths around the external areas of the venue have dropped kerbs where appropriate.

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