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A Sneak Peek: Classic & Sports Car – The London Show

Alexandra Palace will host the Classic Car Show at the end of October 2015.

3000 classic cars are Alexandra Palace bound for the the Classic & Sports Car – The London Show due to take place from 30th October – 1st November with a six machine sneak-peek recently unveiled.

An Aston Martin DB4GT, Ferrari 250GT California Spider, Jaguar E-type Roadster, Mercedes-Benz 300SL ‘Gullwing’, 1973 Pontiac Trans Am and Porsche 993 Carrera RS stood firm outside Alexandra Palace representing a fleet of 300-rich motoring heritage due to arrive later this month.

The event itself will feature a number of high-profile themes alongside some mouth-watering exhibits set to please all attendees.  Autoglym have sponsored the Best British Car Ever, which has been narrowed down to the shortlist of 10 cars after being judged by a jury of over 100 motoring experts – including McLaren F1 designer Gordon Murray, Lotus head of design Russell Carr and Pink Floyd drummer and car collector Nick Mason. The next stage has been voted for by the public, with thousands having cast their vote the winner will be unveiled on a stand displaying all 10 cars from the shortlist – which have a combined value of £30million.

Iconic British Brand, Aston Martin will feature iconic models, thanks to a co-operation with Aston Martin Heritage Trust, from their 100 year-plus history in “Aston Martin: The Story of an Icon partnered by EFG”. Models set to feature include the DB9 GT, DB MKIII and a timely appearance for the silver birch DB5, a model immortalised by James Bond, with the new Bond movie due to be released the week of the event.

Embracing the British theme the show will celebrate the career of one of the most loved and respected racing drivers of all time, Sir Stirling Moss. Classic & Sports Car – The London Show  have assembled a quartet of British single-seater racing cars with which he enjoyed so much success in during the 50’s and 60’s ; The Cooper MkIV, the Lotus 18, the Ferguson P99 and the Vanwall VW4. A feast for the eyes for motoring and racing fans alike.

The final key attraction at the event is in The Live Stage held in conjunction with Smooth Radio, with a line-up of superb guests it will be hosted by motoring journalist and broadcaster Henry Hope-Frost. Confirmed guests included renowned F1 technical director Ross Brown, business guru Sir John Egan, bespoke-car builder Ant Anstead and former Grand Prix driver and Le Mans 24 Hours winner David Brabham, son of three-time world champion Sir Jack.

Tickets are now on sale, visit www.classicandsportscarshow.com or call 0844 581 1275 to book yours.