Returning due to popular demand, the rally in the grounds of the National Motor Museum will be a must-see event for German car fans. From the compact A1 and A2 to the luxury A8, high-performance RS, TT and R8 supercar, every type of Audi is welcome to take their place in the showground, as owners and enthusiasts catch-up, talk cars and admire the varied display.
Last year’s busy event reflected the variety of Audis on Britain’s roads, with a line-up ranging from the latest models, right the way back to one of their automotive ancestors, a 1938 DKW. This year’s display promises to be just as varied.
Event-goers can vote for their favourite Audi of the show in the People’s Choice Award, with the winner receiving a Beaulieu trophy and an Autoglym prize. Voting is open to all visitors until 1pm that day, with the presentation taking place at 2pm.
Once you’ve admired the motors on display out in the showground, make sure to head inside the National Motor Museum to see one of the most iconic Audis on display, the awesome 1983 Audi Quattro A2 rally car which was driven to victory in numerous international events by motorsport aces Stig Blomqvist, Hannu Mikkola and John Bosch.
All tickets must be bought in advance, with carefully-managed capacity limits in place. Rally participants, planning to take part in the show with their Audi, can book their tickets with confidence thanks to Beaulieu’s Covid-19 refund policy. Click here for further details and to buy your participant tickets.
All other visitors should purchase normal visitor admission tickets by clicking here.