27 & 28 May 2017
The history of Volkswagen began in the 30’s with Ferdinand Porsche. The car of the people, the literal translation of Volkswagen, was born in 1932 with a first prototype that underwent several changes over the next 7 years. After the Second World War the vehicles were very successful and were exported throughout Europe and even to the United States including the Beetle, the first car build by VW in 1938.
The Volkswagen Community, a group of VW specialists, brings together many enthusiasts of this brand for events such as: the Super VW Nat and the VW School.
The VW School will be held for the 7th time on the International Circuit of Nevers Magny-Cours on the 27 & 28 May 2017.
The meeting is reserved for vehicles of the VAG group and banned for modified vehicles (Pocket and mini bikes and similar motorised vehicles are prohibited).
Access for well-prepared non-VAG cars such as BMW, Mercedes… is possible by selection, by sending a PM to Facebook. So please do not hesitate to contact the organisers on their Facebook page.
Run Burn is forbidden, disruptive or any other unruly behaviour will result in immediate exclusion.
The meeting will end with a Top 10 display, rewarding the most beautiful vehicles selected at the Show & Shine show, as well as a Best Of Show and a ”Coup de Cœur” of the Meeting.
This 7th edition will be combined with a motorbike race where access to the grandstands will be free.
The event will take place in the circuit village, animated by the sound of the DJ of the club. Various activities will be offered such as limbo, wheel rim lifting, and new for this year is a parade on the circuit.
Participants will benefit from seeing more than a dozen professionals such as:
- Auto Finesse
- Adn Motor’s
- Classic Store
- Led Low Cost
- And many others …
For more information, please contact the organiser of the event :
CIRCUIT NEVERS MAGNY-COURS
Technopôle, 58470 Magny-Cours
Tel. 03 86 21 80 00
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