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London Classic Car Show

The latest creation from Brand Events promises to be unlike any classic car show yet staged full of innovative features


Featuring great F1 cars once raced by the likes of Ayrton Senna, Michael Schumacher and Sir Stirling Moss

A spectacular new international classic car show is all set to take the country by storm in the New Year... and you could be there as we have a pair of Sunday tickets to giveaway in this special promotion.

Staged at the ultra-modern ExCeL exhibition centre in the capital’s Docklands from 8-11 January, the innovative London Classic Car Show will put the spotlight on hundreds of the world’s most iconic and desirable cars.

The London Classic Car Show is the latest creation from Brand Events, the company behind all-action car shows like Top Gear Live, and promises to be unlike any classic car show yet staged full of innovative features.


 

One such is The Grand Avenue, a motoring catwalk along which 40 classics – four from each decade of the 20th century – will be driven, transforming the show from static exhibition into a truly moving experience.

One of the show’s curators, Top Gear’s James May, will be revealing what he considers to be the ‘Most Significant Car of all Time’ while another curator, TV chef James Martin, will not only be displaying his private collection of classics but will also be running the James Martin Classic Café offering up ‘good, simple, grub’ to visitors.

The 60th anniversary of the dramatic Citroën DS will be celebrated with many examples of ‘The Goddess’ – as well as a first look at the new DS brand – on show, and there will also be displays from leading classic dealers and specialists as well as a special Motor Sport ‘Hall of Fame’ set piece featuring great F1 cars once raced by the likes of Ayrton Senna, Michael Schumacher and Sir Stirling Moss. Another showcase will put the spotlight on a number of iconic Le Mans race cars from recent decades.

Tickets are now available from the show website where early bird discounts reduce the on-the-door standard entry price from £25 to just £22.

 

Competition

You can win two tickets for the show on Sunday (11 January 2015) by visiting the OXHC Twitter and retweeting the competition tweet. The winner will be announced on 6 January 2015.