‘Biggest-ever’ Supercar Experience roars into Meadowhall

We're gearing up for a charity supercar event at Meadowhall retail centre this weekend which is set to be the biggest of its kind.

The Supercar Experience, hosted by Meadowhall and the nation’s biggest supercar owners’ club, Supercar Driver, will roar into town on Saturday 12 May – and we're hopeful it can surpass the incredible £20,000 raised last year.

Held in aid of North Anston-based Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, the event will see some of the world’s most exotic cars from the likes of Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche fill Meadowhall’s orange car park.

As well as Supercar Driver members, we will be taking our own line-up down to Meadowhall as main sponsor of the event - check back on our website and social media for more soon!

The price for entry into the event, which opens at 10am and will take place near to The Oasis Dining Quarter and Vue Cinema entrance, is a minimum £2 donation per person to Bluebell Wood.

For an additional donation, visitors will also be able to enjoy a ride in a supercar courtesy of Sporting Bears, a dedicated group of classic car and sports car enthusiasts who aim to raise money for children’s charities through social and touring events.

Adam Thorby, director of Supercar Driver, said: “We’re so excited for Saturday’s event. Last year was fantastic, with so much raised for a great cause, but we’re looking to go even bigger and better this year – it’s going to be the biggest ever event.

“It’s been brilliant to see how the event has grown over the past three years – and we’re so grateful for the generosity of our members, plus event sponsors John Holland, and of course the general public, who we hope to put on another show for.”

Mark Holland, our managing director, said: “We’re delighted to be involved in the Supercar Experience for a third successive year.

“It’s great to be able to get actively involved with events such as this one, and with Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice being our main charity partner too, we’re hoping we can eclipse the incredible £20,000 that was raised last year.”

For more information on the event, click here.