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Ferraris to take centre stage at 2017 London Classic Car show

Details of next year’s London Classic Car Show revealed, including a big focus on Ferrari

Ferrari will take centre stage at next year’s London Classic Car show, taking place on 23-26 February, where as many as 70 of the Italian machines will be on show. 
And with the cars, of course, come the industry’s stars, the names of whom will be announced in due course.
The event features the critically-acclaimed ‘Grand Avenue’, a roadway running through the centre of the show which allows visitors to see and hear their favourite classic cars in action, at low speed. 
The Grand Avenue will also be accompanied by an open paddock at next year’s show, enabling visitors to get even closer to the machines. 

> Take a look at our gallery from the 2016 London Classic Car Show
And then there’s the Car Club Square. Introduced in 2016, the Car Club Square has had displays from leading one-make classic car clubs, proving an instant hit. For 2017, more clubs will be invited to display a range of models, while top classic dealers will be on hand with mouth-watering machinery for sale.
As in previous years, The London Classic Car Show will attract a large number of celebrities from the motoring world over the four days of the event. Previous guests include celebrity staples such as Chris Evans, David Coulthard, Jenson Button, Sir Stirling Moss, Ari Vatanen, Gordon Murray, James Martin and Jodie Kidd.
Tickets to the London Classic Car Show 2017 are now available from the show website – thelondonclassiccarshow.co.uk – and start at £24 for single adult entry (£27 on the door on the day).

> Take a look at our event calendar for more classic and performance car shows

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