VIDEO: Motor enthusiasts come together to remember their good friend Josh

Motor enthusiasts came together in Skegness for the Josh Booth Memorial Meet on Sunday.

The rally remembered Josh, from Alford, who tragically died last year, aged 22, in a traffic accident.

Joshua Booth memorial event at Festival Carpark, Skegness. Members of Lincs Modified Car Club. MBSP-031015-46

Joshua Booth memorial event at Festival Carpark, Skegness. Members of Lincs Modified Car Club. MBSP-031015-46

Taking place at the Festival Car Park, near the RNLI station, the meet was organised by Mad Motorz club, which Josh co-founded with his friend Danny Hancock.

Family and friends released balloons in memory of Josh during the course of the evening.

Car clubs from across the East Midlands attended the rally which promoted road safety.

The event was organised with the support of the police and East Lindsey District Council.

Joshua Booth memorial event at Festival Carpark, Skegness. L-R Steve Waltham, Paul Male, Paula Maxwell and Geoff Wilson of Institute of Advanced Motoring, Boston Group. MSKP-031015-40

Joshua Booth memorial event at Festival Carpark, Skegness. L-R Steve Waltham, Paul Male, Paula Maxwell and Geoff Wilson of Institute of Advanced Motoring, Boston Group. MSKP-031015-40

Funds raised on the night are to be donated to Brake, the road safety charity.

Joshua Booth memorial event at Festival Carpark, Skegness. Joshua's brother Dean Johnson. MSKP-031015-22

Joshua Booth memorial event at Festival Carpark, Skegness. Joshua's brother Dean Johnson. MSKP-031015-22

Joshua Booth memorial event at Festival Carpark, Skegness. Joshua's mum Liz Booth (middle) with event organisers Danny Hancock and Laura Jackson. MSKP-031015-25

Joshua Booth memorial event at Festival Carpark, Skegness. Joshua's mum Liz Booth (middle) with event organisers Danny Hancock and Laura Jackson. MSKP-031015-25