Porsches, Lamborghinis and Ferraris wow the crowds at fundraising car show in Ipswich

A host of spectacular vehicles were on display. Picture: NIGEL BROWN

A host of spectacular vehicles were on display. Picture: NIGEL BROWN - Credit: Archant

Around 130 eyecatching supercars and sports cars parked up at Audi in Ipswich at the weekend as part of a fundraising car show.

Miles Palmer at the Coffee and Cars event. Picture: NIGEL BROWN

Miles Palmer at the Coffee and Cars event. Picture: NIGEL BROWN - Credit: Archant

Sunday’s ‘Cars and Coffee’ event, organised by Suffolk car club 400 Alliance, looked to raise more than £1000 for St Elizabeth Hospice.

It is the second event of its kind the club has organised, and they hope to return and do it all again at the end of the summer.

Isabella Brown next to an Audi sports car. Picture: NIGEL BROWN

Isabella Brown next to an Audi sports car. Picture: NIGEL BROWN - Credit: Archant

Organiser Vincent Cheung said around 300 people came to see the speedy vehicles.

“We had some German cars, American muscle cars and some Italian sports cars,” he said.

Crowds flocked to see the sporty vehicles. Picture: NIGEL BROWN

Crowds flocked to see the sporty vehicles. Picture: NIGEL BROWN - Credit: Archant

“We also had some retro cars like the old VW Golf mark 1 and mark 2.

“Ipswich Audi were great, they moved most of their cars out of the way and let us use the rest of the car park.

Debbie Petrie enjoys the event. Picture: NIGEL BROWN

Debbie Petrie enjoys the event. Picture: NIGEL BROWN - Credit: Archant

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“This was the second one we have put on and there were even more people this time.

“We were very lucky with the weather too.”

Peter Reason with a Lambourghini. Picture: NIGEL BROWN

Peter Reason with a Lambourghini. Picture: NIGEL BROWN - Credit: Archant

NB 017 Around 80 supercars will be on display at a charity event being hosted at Ipswich Audi on Sun

NB 017 Around 80 supercars will be on display at a charity event being hosted at Ipswich Audi on Sunday. Picture, Nige Brown.Max Gauden. - Credit: Archant