Sundays’ VW June Bug Classic will have “Bugs” on display, as well as Jettas and Golfs. Also on hand will be several of the more exotic models like Ghias, Corrados and Cabriolets. Judges will also look at campers and rat rods.

Overall, there will be 50 categories that will include air and water-cooled cars, and two Audi classes, including stock and modified.

The racing portion has both eighth-mile and quarter-mile classes and will feature the VW Heritage Points Series. Entry fees for racing is $35 for car and driver; $25 for test and tune, car and driver; and $10 payable at the base of the Auto-Plus Tower plus $15 spectator fee for Slug Bug.

Car show entry fee is $25,while vendors at the flea market can secure a 15- by 20-foot spot for $35.

Spectator admission is $15 for adults; $10 for teens 13-15; and children 12-and-under are free.

Gates open at 8 a.m. with racing beginning at 9 a.m. and car show judging at noon. Race eliminations are at 1 p.m. and car show trophy presentations are at 4.

Also on Sunday, the ATI Stock-Super Stock Series will have its second race of the season and County Corvette of West Chester, Pa., will once again sponsor a charity race for Ronald McDonald House.