The Yorkshire Motorsport Festival concluded on Sunday after three days of action in the hills above Holmfirth.

The Wolfstones Hill Climb, which saw drivers race against the clock on a section of closed road, proved to be a focal point for visitors.

On the showground, a variety of vehicles were on display, including historic stock cars and a collection of David Brown heritage tractors, while festival-goers could also enjoy food, drink and craft stalls.

Afterwards, the organisers tweeted to say: "Well that’s a wrap! We hope you enjoyed another great show. Thanks to all who made it such a memorable event. Until next year…"

At times, the sprawling site seemed to lack some hustle and bustle, with the high winds swirling around Kirklees perhaps not helping to attract casual visitors to the outdoor event.

The West Yorkshire Ford Owners Club was out in force, bringing a fine array of machines to the main field, while the Aston Martin Owners Club was also well represented.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

In the central display ring on the showground, a number of cars performed displays of opposite lock cornering around a series of cones, with members of Ilkley and District Motoring Club grabbing the crowd's attention with some spectacular driving.

One of the most poignant moments of the event was a demonstration run in the central ring by the famous 'Challenger' Formula 1 stock car that took local driver Stu Bamforth to a world final win in 1976.