High-power shows for all
BOTH ends of the automotive taste spectrum will be catered for this weekend a t t h e Adel a i d e Showground.
The Ultimate Blokes Expo will take place today and tomorrow and, among other things, will feature a custom car display and driving simulators, the Meguiars Ultimate Ute Competition, gokart displays and a Clipsal 500 hot lap simulator from Australis Simulation.
Displays of highperformance machinery from Holden, HSV and Ferrari also should be on display, as well as an Extreme Horsepower Show display to preview the October event.
The Rock’n’Roll Rend- ezvous will take visitors back several decades, with a crowd of more than 5000 and 400 pre-1979 cars set for one of the largest such events in Austra- lia. With custom machines, wearing fins and chrome, as well as hot rods and muscle cars, the event is described by organisers as a ‘‘celebration of the vehicles, music and fashion that inspired generations of youngsters’’. The event is set to be one of the best yet.
Normie Rowe, Marcie Jones, Getback, The Rockin’ Rustlers, Jim Hermel & the Hot Chix and the Cruze Bros will be appearing on stage.
Organisers are calling for families to get into the spirit of the weekend and dress up for the occasion.
The family event has free entry for children aged under 15.
There will be plenty of entertainment and activities to appeal to youngsters.
They include crafts, face painting and a jumping castle.
Log on to www.ultimate blokesexpo.com.au for further information.
STAR TURN: Rocker Normie Rowe.