Professional rally driver Guy Wilks is set to wow a 10,000-strong audience at Rallyday in Castle Combe with a splendid display of driving in a Skoda UK Motorsport Fabia S2000.
The event, which is the UK's premier rally car show, will be held on September 18. Visitors can enjoy a variety of rally cars in a spectator-friendly surrounding.
There will be live action on the tracks, such as professional driving demonstrations, rally car rides and circuit parades, and stationary shows in the paddock, including some of the world's most iconic rally cars.
Skoda will be donating passenger rides to three good causes - the Richard Burns Foundation, Colin McRae Vision and Save The Children.
Darlington driver Wilks said: "Rallyday at Castle Combe is a really good event with a fantastic atmosphere. There is always a great collection of rally cars, both modern and from a bygone era, and the access people have to the cars and drivers is second to none.
"I really love driving at Rallyday. Although Castle Combe is a race circuit, it's a great opportunity to put on a show for the large crowd of spectators - especially as there are so many of them!"
The 29-year-old contested this year's Intercontinental Rally Challenge in the same car.
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