The annual show at Castle Combe race circuit is the traditional end to the MINI show season. It’s often a slightly melancholy affair knowing that after this weekend the calendar of events winds down and show cars disappear into hibernation. However, the show remains a firm favourite with many fans as you’re always guaranteed a large and diverse turnout of MINIs of all ages.
This year was no different as you can see from these photos. Clubs from all over the country made the trek out to Wiltshire where they could race their cars around the famous track as well as just display them. The threatened bad weather never materialised and the usual autumnal drop in temperatures was gentle enough that the cold could be held at bay by the occasional cuppa.
You can view the full gallery of photos here.