A popular motorsports event is heading back to the north-east.
Full Throttle will return for a second year, taking place at the Grampian Transport Museum in Alford
The event, which will be held on Saturday June 1 from 10am to 4.30pm will showcase some of the very best cars from in and around Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
A family day out, attendees will be able to view an array of high-performance super cars and classic vintage cars as well as enjoy a number of stalls, including a wide food and drink offering.
Vendors such as The Pigs Wings, The Deesidedly Tasty Company, A to Z Donuts, Symposium Coffee and a few others have already been confirmed.
Allan Kendall, owner Full Throttle, said: “It started last year as a static car event focusing on high-performance cars from a variety of segments, it was an event open to the public and marketed as a family day out. The ethos of Full Throttle is to show people cars that they wouldn’t see every day.
“Even though we look at high-performance cars to be part of the show, we consider ourselves to be an inclusive event and will consider applications from a variety of car types as well as clubs/groups. This means we can offer the best day out for everyone with a vast selection of cars on show and some extra special vehicles too.”
Supporting a charity for each event, this year the show will be raising funds for the Scottish Association for Mental Health.
Allan said: “Each year the show supports a charity, last year it was the Make a Wish Foundation and this year we are supporting SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health).”
Applications are now open for show cars, car clubs/groups and traders.
Public entry tickets are set to go on sale around March.