Car lovers pull into Wisbech Light Cinema for VIP launch of Fast & Furious 8

PUBLISHED: 17:10 18 April 2017 | UPDATED: 17:10 18 April 2017

Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter.

Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter.

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Dozens of car-lovers packed The Light Cinema in Wisbech on Saturday to mark the release of Fast & Furious 8.

Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter. Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter.

Chloe Gray, of the Cambridgeshire Modified Motors Owners’ Club who organised the launch event, said: “It was a great opportunity for Cambridgeshire’s car enthusiasts to get together and show the rest of the public what the modified car scene is all about in a calm and orderly fashion.”

Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter. Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter.

Among the attractions was a supercar inside the cinema, along with 50 high-speed, high-spec vehicles in the VIP area outside.

Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter. Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter.

King’s Lynn company Adrian Flux were also in attendance with their ‘flux babes’.

Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter. Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter.

Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter. Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter.

Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter. Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter.

Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter. Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter.

Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter. Car show outside The Light Cinema Wisbech to celebrate the release of Fast and Furious 8. PHOTO: Ian Carter.

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