Jaguar has curated a unique team of drivers for its Jaguar Heritage Racing entry into this year’s Mille Miglia classic car tour.
One hundred years to the day after Joseph Higginson achieved fastest time of the day at Waddngton Fell Hillclimb in the first Vauxhall 30-98, 33 surviving models – around 20 per cent of the cars left in the world – charged up the same hill to celebrate the 1913 event that marked the debut of the world’s greatest sporting car.
Coupe’s come in all shapes and sizes but for timeless elegance that’s guaranteed to turn heads wherever it goes, then this 1933 Lancia Astura by Pinin Farina must take some beating.
A 1964 Ferrari 330GT Series 1, once described by Enzo Ferrari himself as his favourite model, will be one of the star lots being offered by Silverstone Auctions at its next sale on 17th May.
The newly completed Heritage Showroom at Aston Martin Works in Newport Pagnell will play host next month to an important sale of Aston Martin and Lagonda cars, which celebrates 100 years of the marque.
Visitors can step back to a bygone era when the Heritage Motor Centre hosts the sixth ‘Classic and Vintage Commercial Show’ in conjunction with Kelsey Publishing and their new “Classic Truck” magazine.
Take one already amazing sports car and put it in the hands of motorsport specialists Carrosserie Saurer in Switzerland and the end result is a truly exceptional example of automotive styling and engineering.
Hundreds of Vintage, Veteran and Classic cars will converge at the popular and nostalgic Gaydon Spring Classic which takes place at the Heritage Motor Centre on Sunday 12 May.
The 2013 Silverstone Classic (26-28 July) will pay special homage to Formula Ford, the world’s foremost entry level form of single-seater motor racing and the proving ground of so many future stars.
The Vauxhall 30-98, one of the greatest sports cars of the twentieth century and the first to top 100mph in production form, is marking its centenary in style this May, when almost 50 surviving examples attempt the Waddington Fell hillclimb, site of the car’s first appearance and competition success in 1913.
Silverstone Auctions has unearthed arguably one of the most beautiful Maserati’s ever made that has been locked away for the past 14 years in dry storage.
Mike Williams – for 30 years the driving force behind the hugely respected Beaufort Restorations – has gathered his expert team of craftsmen around him once more, following what he describes as ‘something of a gap year’ and with a new business partner, has launched Mike Williams Restorations.
Three equally stylish sixties Sunbeams will be swinging their way into Brooklands for Historics’ spring sale on Saturday March 9th.
A tribute to outstanding British DIY engineering skills comes to auction on March 9 in the shape of a French 1905 Gardner-Serpollet steam car.
Brooklands will provide the backdrop for the ultimate MPV – built long before the category was even invented – when a 1917 20hp Stanley Mountain Wagon crosses the ‘block’ on Saturday March 9th for Historics’ spring sale.
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