BMM’s first ever DR1VR Show
At the British Motor Museum, Gaydon. Photo couresy of the BMM.
The British Motor Museum is to host the first-ever DR1VR show, which will feature a host of modified cars, on Sunday 24 September. Visitors can enjoy a relaxed day out along with live music whilst admiring hundreds of fabulous cars on display.
Since 2017, DR1VR has been producing automotive lifestyle accessories and media with a focus on the modified, drift and racing car communities. They have built an ethos of 'respect every build', regardless of how much customisation there is to make a car your own. This exciting new event is sponsored by Stjarnagloss, Notomoto, Dank Flavas, Unique, AJ Customs & Dubstock.
Tom Caren, Shows Manager at the British Motor Museum, said, “We’re delighted to be hosting the first ever DR1VR show featuring a wide range of stunning cars, whether bagged or on coilovers, wrapped or painted. Visitors do not need to turn up in a custom vehicle; they can simply book a great value visit to look around the show displays and Museum buildings!”
The BMM's first-ever DR1VR show
Visitors can also enjoy exploring the Museum and Collections Centre, as entry is included with the Show ticket. Advance tickets cost £14.50 for adults, £9 for children and £40 for a family.
To find out more about the British Motor Museum & the DR1VR Show, please call 01926 895300 or visit https://www.britishmotormuseum.co.uk/whats-on/dr1vr-show