A famous race circuit has cancelled its midweek car meets due to the "senseless behaviour" of a few visitors.
Brands Hatch in Fawkham, near Longfield, has announced the end of its Summer Wednesday events.
In a statement, a spokesman said: "Regrettably, we have decided not to continue with our Summer Wednesday car meets at Brands Hatch.
"Whilst the vast majority of visitors have been extremely respectful to the circuit and the local area when leaving the venue, a small number have, by contrast, acted completely irresponsibly.
"This has left us with no option but to cancel the remaining events.
"Our team worked extremely hard to create a safe and fun midweek car meet for petrolheads and it is really disappointing we have been put in this position by the senseless behaviour of a few individuals, who have sadly spoiled it for everyone else.
"Thanks to all those who supported the shows, which have been well-attended and very popular, and we hope to see you at one of our race events later on the year."
It has cancelled the scheduled events on July 27 and August 24 and asked people to not travel to the circuit on those evenings.
A car meet is where motor enthusiasts or "petrolheads" come together to show off their vehicles.
Brands Hatch did not wish to comment further.
Earlier in the week, a seriously-injured biker was flown to hospital after a crash with a van outside Brands Hatch.
However, the circuit's spokesman said the incident was not related to the cancellation of Summer Wednesdays.
He said: "Our statement isn’t related to any one individual incident, but more general concerns about the behaviour of a small number of individuals. We won’t be commenting further than the written statement."