17th-19th June 2022
Our first major hot rod show of the year. Weekend activities and entertainment, trade stalls, saturday cruise, huge show ‘n’ shine car show for pre-1972 Hot Rods, Street Rods, and Customs; open to the public on Sunday.
NSRA 50th Anniversary Fun Run tickets are on sale until 5th June 2022.
Pre entry for the event is now open for members AND public!
T shirt pre orders close on the 29/05/22 so get them in quick to guarantee your t shirt for the event.
Tickets are now on sale for the very special 50th Anniversary NSRA Fun Run commencing Friday 17th June to Sunday 19th June at Rutland Showground.
This being our 50th Anniversary show is going to be a good one, expect to see special displays of cars throughout the full 50 years of the NSRA including previous winners of the Billing Fun Run along with notable rods of the last 50 years. The return of The Pop Festival, T Party and more!
For pre entry this year there is a reduced ticket price, members will pay £35 for weekend tickets and non members pay £50, there will be a pay at gate option however this will be card only NO CASH and gate prices are £50 for members and £60 for non members.
Sunday show day tickets only pricing is as follows;
Show cars: £5 per person in the car
Under 17’s £5
Family ticket £25 including 2 adults and up to 3 children
As you can see it is worth pre booking for the show as you can save some pennies and the 50th Anniversary event is not one to be missed!
Our first major Hot Rod show of the year is fast approaching and we can’t wait to see you all at the first Fun Run in over 2 years!
The 2019 event: 14th-16th June 2019
Rutland Showground, Oakham, Leicestershire
The 47th NSRA Fun Run kicked off on the Friday morning with gates opening at 9am.
Friday – visitors popped into NSRA hospitality to register their show car and pick up their event mug, dash plaque and collectable event T-shirt.
Back at site, we were excited to be joined by the heady V12 Merlin engine that was fired up each day during the weekend.
Saturday morning started off with our tot rod activity. Don’t forget that all tot rods need to be registered with the NSRA – it’s free to do so and the kids get their very own ‘driving license’ too!
The cruise left mid-morning to take in some of the scenic sights of the area.
Sunday’s show ‘n’ shine day was open to the public. It’s was also Father’s Day and what better way of spending time with your Dad than at a Hot Rod and Custom car show!
In 2019, we had a Popular & Anglia Anniversary. The Ford Anglia E04A turned 80 this year, the E494A turned 70 and both the Anglia 105e and Popular 100e turned 60 this year! So, we celebrated all things Pop and brought the Pop Festival back to mark these significant birthdays.
Entertaining throughout was John Price, our show compere. The event came to a close with our prize giving ceremony featuring the Participants Choice award and Top Five.
NSRA Fun Run 2019 Trophy Winners List
Participants Choice: 1941 Willys Coupe, owned by Andy Crockett
Top Five: 1950 Chevy Styleline, owned by Pete Horne
Top Five: 1954 Chevy Belair, owned by Damien Tomes
Top Five: 1953 Zephyr Six, owned by Elliott Morris
Top Five: 1947 Ford Coupe owned by Colin Parkinson
Top Five: 1937 Plymouth PT-50 Pick-Up, owned by Luke Briggs
Rutland Pick, chosen by Gary Crellin and Presented by David Wood, Chairman of the Rutland Agricultural Society: 1557 Ford Pop owned by Alan Lowes
Cruise Pick, chosen by Rocks By Rail: 1931 Model A Phaeton owned by Dave & Lesley Brown
Mayor’s Pick, chosen and presented by the Mayor of Oakham: 1950 Chevy Styline owned by Pete Horne
Tony Robinson Award, chosen and presented by Mid Surrey Roadsters: 1946 Fordson Van owned by Simon Bradder
Pre-29’s Pick, chosen and presented by Ricky Stapleton and members of the NSRA Pre-29’s: 1930 Ford Model A Pick-Up owned by Laura Ayres
Best American Muscle: 1970 Chevrolet Cheval owned by Richard Jackson
Best British Tin: 1964 Ford Corsair owned by Gary Tripp
Road ‘n’ Race: 1929 Ford Model A owned by Gary Jones
Trick Truck, sponsored and presented by Darren Ansell of ClassicLine Insurance: 1937 Plymouth PT-50 Pick-Up, owned by Luke Briggs
Grass Rootes Award: 1961 Ford Thames 307e owned by Gary Layton
Traders Pick: 1949 Chevy 3600 owned by Mark Bellringer
Pop Festival: 1946 Fordson Van owned by Simon Bradder
Under 29’s award: 1932 Ford Coupe owned by Joe Bradder
Best Mordor: 1964 Ford Corsair owned by Lee Saywell
Special Award: Stuart Goodwin for his dressing up as Captain Jack Sparrow and raising money for the Air Ambulance
Special Award: Brian Daly for driving his Rod to every NSRA event from Scotland and helping out as event crew
Special Award: Tyson’s Everett-Jenson, Hallmark Event Hire, for help towing caravans into the camp field in extreme weather conditions
Big Lick Winner: Charis Snow
Colouring competition winner, 6 & Under: Charlie-Rose Spiller
Colouring competition winner, 11 & Under: Amy-Jayne Spong
Colouring competition winner, 17 & Under: Lucie Burton
A selection of 2019 Fun Run images courtesy of Laura Ayres: