Gordon McCall’s Motorworks Revival returns to Monterey for the 23rd anniversary of this high-end motorsports gala, set for Wednesday, August 13, 2014. The creators of Why We Ride will be in attendance and are hosting the Why We Ride lounge at this kick-off party for Monterey Car Week.

Motorworks Revival

Gordon McCall’s Motorworks Revival is an annual VIP event that celebrates motoring, vintage cars and motorcycles. Corporate and private clients are treated to a world-class experience that features some of the world’s top luxury brands, gourmet food and award-winning wines. Marking its 23rd year, the Revival will include vintage and notable cars, luxury jets and historic aircraft that set the tone for Monterey Auto Week.

“Gordon McCall has a shared passion for all things moto and he played an integral role in telling the story of Why We Ride,” said Producer/Director Bryan H. Carroll. “His work with events like the Motorworks Revival and The Quail Motorcycle Gathering has given us opportunities to share our message to all motorsports enthusiasts.”

Motorworks Revival | Inside Crowd

The Why We Ride lounge will be serving local food and wine throughout the evening. Guests can sit and relax on white leather couches while watching Why We Ride or view the behind-the-scenes photos displayed throughout the lounge. Attendees who come by the lounge will also be given a complimentary copy of Why We Ride on DVD.

Motorworks Revival | Outside Crowd

Tickets for Gordon McCall’s Motorworks Revival begin at $325, and attendance is limited to just 2800 guests. The event runs from 5:00 until 10:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 13. Those interested in joining Why We Ride at the Revival can find more details online here.

AutoMoto Film Festival

In addition to launching Monterey Car Week, the event will also kick off the Automotive Film and Arts Festival, held from August 14-16 in Monterey. Why We Ride will be the opening film for this year’s festival, thanks to its continued critically-acclaimed reception since its 2013 release. Why We Ride will be showing on Thursday, August 14 followed by a Q & A with the producers and director. Tickets are still available, beginning at $30. For more information click here.

Both Gordon McCall’s Motorsports Revival and the Automotive Film and Arts Festival are part of the famed Monterey Car Week, which includes iconic events such as the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion. Learn more about Monterey Car Week by clicking here.


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