The centre of Oundle in Northamptonshire was transformed into a race track at the weekend.
The town centre was closed for the 'Classic Sprint' event.
First off the starting line were the vintage cars built before 1960.
It was the first time a closed road motorsport event had been held in Oundle.
The event also raised money for the Help For Heroes charity.
Experts have warned that children could be put at risk because of the number of posts for permanent children's social workers that are unfilled.
The number of vacant posts vary around the country but in Peterborough 23% of the jobs are not filled by permanent employees.
The British Association of Social Workers say unfilled posts and high caseloads are putting kids at risk.
However Peterborough City Council say measures are in place to support families that need them.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a fatal hit and run crash in Essex.
A woman was walking in Frinton Road in Kirby Cross at around 5.20pm on Boxing Day evening when it is believed she collided with a small red car which didn't stop.
The 54 year old victim from the Kirby Cross area has not yet been named.
A seal that was found bizarrely stranded in a field in Merseyside last week is being cared for at a wildlife centre in west Norfolk.
The seal was thought have to have travelled island from a nearby estuary
Staff at the East Winch facility near King's Lynn have named the grey seal Dumbledore after the Harry Potter character.
They say that "he'll need a lot of attention in the coming days" but are hopeful that he will make a full recovery.
Around 5,000 homes have been without water in Norfolk today.
Homes in several villages, including Framingham Earl and Poringland near Norwich, were affected by a burst water main in nearby Caistor St Edmund.
Anglian Water have apologised for the disruption, and say that the problem is unlikely to be fixed tonight.