mph '05 Motoring Feast Goes National

mph ‘05


  • mph ‘05 is heading for the open road… and going national!

Organisers behind the hugely successful and totally unique motoring spectacle, have announced they are to bring mph ‘05 to Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre for the very first time, as well as London’s Earls Court this November.

Hosted by Jeremy Clarkson, the unique all action, high octane show combines phenomenal acrobatic stunt driving with the most imaginative theatrical showcase of prestige and high-performance sports cars ever seen.

“mph ’05 is the must see show for self respecting petrol heads everywhere. It’s the only chance to see many of the world’s finest cars as God intended - in action - and frankly have a good laugh at the same time,” said Jeremy Clarkson.

Bas Bungish, mph ’05 director added: “In just three years mph has re-written the so-called motor show rule book and this November our winning formula of celebrity petrol heads, phenomenal stunt driving and the world’s rarest, stylish and most expensive vehicles will be bigger, better and more exciting than ever.”

Galleries offering unrestrained access to some of the world’s finest cars including Aston Martin, Audi, Bentley, BMW, Ferrari, Jaguar, Lamborghini, Lotus, Marcos, Maserati, Mercedes, Noble, Porsche, Rolls-Royce amongst many more, all complement the live theatre experience.

As with all motorshows, visitors will get a first glimpse of the cars of tomorrow with TVR, Volvo, Citroen, Saab and the American supercar giants Saleen all promising to host UK public debuts of exciting new models, whilst the finest collection of super cars of yester-year will feature in the Classic Gallery. Lovers of two wheeled performance machines aren’t overlooked either, with Ducatti, BMW and Honda already promising to display some stunning machines.

Key partners for the event are Shell Optimax, Sunday Times Driving, Virgin Radio, Sony Ericsson, and Bose.

Listing and Ticket Information

mph ’05 takes place at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, from 10–13 November and at Earl’s Court, London, from 17-20 November 2005.

Tickets are available from just £20 and full details including booking can be found at

22 September 2005 Staff

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