Take a look at some of the amazing cars and stars in attendance at the London Excel this weekend!
Although only in its second year, the calibre of the cars, guests and features at the 2016 London Classic Car Show is simply outstanding. Running from 18-21 February at the London Excel, special guests Gordon Murray and Ari Vatanen officially opened the show on Thursday at 3.00. Later in the evening Suzi Perry interviewed a number of special guests, including Jensen Button, Bruno Senna, Jodie Kidd, Johnny Smith and Tom Ford.
The Grand Avenue is the central attraction, and this year sees the six big car-producing nations battle it out for the public’s affection, with four cars representing each country. This aspect of the show is popular, because it gives show visitors a chance to hear and see the cars in action. Alfa Romeo 8CRenault 5 Turbo BMW M1
Gordon Murray was in attendance to speak about one of the star attractions, the McLaren F1. An impressive selection of both road-going and race-prepped F1s are on show this year, as well as many other interesting F1 artefacts.
Presented by Octane
was the special Evolution of the Supercar feature. Starting with the original ‘Super Car’ Miura, this interesting stand tracks the progress made through the decades, right up the current hypercars.Lamborghini MiuraLamborghini Countach
Ferrari F40Jaguar XJ220Bugatti VeyronPorsche 918 Spyder
Ari Vatanen was also on hand to speak about his time in Group B rallying, which is the basis for the Pinnacle of Rallying display. Here are six of the most recognisable Group B monsters: Peugeot 205 T16Lancia Delta S4Lancia Rally 037Audi S1 QuattroFord RS200MG Metro 6R4
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