John McGuinness will be bringing three of his iconic machines to display – the 250cc Vimto Honda, his 130mph lap-record setting Honda Fireblade and the exotic Mugen, which he took to victory in the 2015 TT Zero race.
You’ll get to see plenty of on-track action too, with feature races on both Saturday and Sunday. There’s a huge variety, from the British 125cc & 250cc Championships to the Super Twins, Sound of Thunder and Powerbike classes, plus the Bonham’s British Historic Championships and the King of Castle Combe open class.
Fowlers will be joining the celebrations throughout the weekend, bringing the latest models from Triumph, Honda and Yamaha for you to see up close. Our team will be on-hand to answer your questions.
Find out more about the Castle Combe Grand National here.