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Freddie Hunt to present James Hunt Trophy

Freddie Hunt, son of FORMULA 1 World Champion and racing legend James Hunt, wound the clock back 31 years when, wearing his father\'s original race overalls and carrying James Hunt\'s iconic helmet, he got behind the wheel of his father\'s 1976 World Championship-winning McLaren M23.

Freddie Hunt, son of FORMULA 1 World Champion and racing legend James Hunt, wound the clock back 31 years when, wearing his father's original race overalls and carrying James Hunt's iconic helmet, he got behind the wheel of his father's 1976 World Championship-winning McLaren M23.


Freddie Hunt was united with his father's car as part of a preview to this weekend's Silverstone Classic, in association with Bonhams (on July 27-29). Freddie will be on hand at the prestigious event to present the James Hunt Trophy, which honours his father, to the winner of Saturday afternoon's race for Invitation Formula 1 cars with Grand Prix Masters.



The full field of 1970s F1 cars will also race in Sunday's Daily Express Silverstone International Trophy.



Tickets are priced at an £15 for the Friday and £20 for the Saturday or Sunday if booked in advance (£20 on the Friday and £25 on the Saturday or Sunday if purchased on the day).



Special Event Tickets represent fantastic value at £35 for all three days. Parking, roving grandstand seating, paddock access and centre transfer are all also included in these special prices. Children aged 15 years and under, accompanied by an adult, go free. To purchase tickets, or for further information on the 2007 Silverstone Classic, in association with Bonhams, visit www.silverstone.co.uk
or call 08704 588 260.

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