Ormskirk MotorFest was declared a roaring success after an estimated 25,000 people visited the event in glorious weather.
More than 250 cars and motorcycles were on show, with many taking part in parade laps around the town centre - the 2003 Le Mans winning Bentley Speed 8 proving a top attraction.
The 60th anniversary of stock car racing in Britain was celebrated in style with a display charting the development of the sport. Racers Neil Holcroft and Aaron Cozens showed off their cars, alongside the oldest original stock car in Britain.
Rally drivers Gary Wright, David and Ryan Burns, Becky Kirvan and Tim Rodgers had their vehicles on display and then took part in the Autosolo Challenge.
And there was a special welcome for Ormskirk motorcycle legend 79-year-old Derek Rumble - winner of more than 30 trophies in the Isle of Man TT - who rode a replica of his successful 1964 Rumble/BSA bike.
“The event was a fantastic success once again,” said Coun Martin Forshaw.