Open track day in honour of Cecil McCutcheon
AN Open Track Day is being organised in memory of the late Cecil McCutcheon by his family.
Cecil died just over a year ago just outside his home village of Katesbridge on July 10. His family said that he loved cars and that a ‘drift day’ would be the perfect way to pay tribute.
The day will involve cars gong around a track drifting and doing donuts, as well as a ‘show and shine’ part of the show where vintage cars will be made welcome.
Proceeds from the event, which will take place at Bishopscourt on Saturday August 6 between 12-5pm, will go towards Drumgooland Parish Church, Ballyward, where Cecil’s funeral took place.
Entry is £60 and is open to rear wheel drive cars with a full driving licence and a helmet is required. Spectator entry is £10.