Motorsport

Silverstone Classic – Provisional dates 31 July – 2 August 2020

The world’s biggest classic motor racing festival, the Silverstone Classic, will join us at the Show to talk about what’s in store for the 2020 event. Details of which cars will be on display on the Silverstone Classic stand will be announced in due course!

The packed weekend of the Silverstone Classic provides spectacular classic motor racing on the world famous circuit, impressive track parades, infield displays from over 100 car clubs featuring more than 10,000 classic cars, plus interactive driving activities and dynamic demonstrations. There’s plenty of entertainment to enjoy too, with live music from headline acts, a vintage fun fair, and a shopping village. It’s an event for the whole family and provides the ultimate annual celebration of classic cars. The team will be on hand to tell visitors all about it.

Find out more about the Silverstone Classic at www.silverstoneclassic.com

Colin Turkington’s stunning BMW 330i M Sport

Introduced at the start of this season, the fleet-footed BMW has been the car to beat in this year’s Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship, taking the Ulsterman to a hard-fought fourth title in the UK’s premier race series. Adding to the ever-popular BTCC’s presence in the capital, Turkington’s pacesetter will be joined by one of Team HARD’s race-winning Volkswagen CCs.

The British GT Championship will also boast BMW representation on Regent Street. The Show’s dedicated Motorsport Zone will be hosting Ben Green Racing’s spectacular 585bhp V8-propelled M6 GT3.

Xite Energy’s brazen Mini Cooper SX1

Xite Energy’s brazen Mini Cooper SX1 as raced by Oliver Bennett in the 2019 FIA World Rallycross Championship will be joining us at the Show. Its presence will add to the Mini’s 60th birthday celebrations, set to be honoured in the Classic Motoring Zone. Xite Energy will also be offering visitors the opportunity to set the fastest lap of the day on its simulator: a complimentary high-octane experience and sure to be a big hit with younger show-goers.