At central Festival Pattaya beach deputy mayor Ronakit Eakasingh, Burapha Motorcycle Club president Prasarn Nikaji or Jumin, tourism authority of Thailand Pattaya office director Niti Khongkrut, central festival Pattaya beach general manager Saran Tantijamnong held a press conference regarding the 8th Drive for Peace in presence of Thai and foreign tourists.
Burapha Motorcycle Club have worked together with Pattaya city hall and the TAT and this year the Central Beach has joined in making it grander than the past years.
Niti Khongkrut said the Drive for Peace is one of the main local events that has became an international attraction and is good for the imagecof Pattaya.
Last year many riders joined the event he said that more riding skills and other shows will take place this year.
Burapha Motorcycle club president Jumin said there would be shows from 50 professional two-wheel riders and mini-bike Kawasaki KSR shows and cowboy show.
People interested to take part and witness the show can come to the Eastern Indoor Stadium in Soi Chaiyapruek between February 11 and 12 and entrance is free.