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Canadian Automotive Expo
16.09.2017 - 17.09.2017
Bowmanville, ON
Show & Shine


The Canadian Automotive Expo is a two-day show and shine and camping event for car and truck enthusiasts held at the famed grand prix circuit Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. Hosted in the large infield grounds during a live road racing weekend, visitors are welcome to camp two nights, access the park grounds and race paddock areas as well as enjoy the live on track action all weekend long including a 3-hour endurance race on Saturday evening.

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Canadian Tire Motorsport Park
Bowmanville, ON
Country: ca


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