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Last year’s Silverstone Classic had no fewer than 1,113 entries and more than lived up to its strapline, “the world’s biggest classic motor racing festival” and this year the Classic hopes to exceed this amount of entries and become even bigger.
The event showcases the world’s largest ever line-up of classic racing cars with capacity grids often featuring up to 58 of the world’s finest and most sought-after competition cars from previous generations.
In fact, you simply won’t find a more comprehensive retrospective of motorsport history with an unrivalled entry that covers eight decades of genuine Grand Prix, Le Mans, sports, touring, GT and specialist single-seater machinery.
Adding to this year’s Silverstone Classic are two new and exciting line-ups, the first to include a range of stunning 90s GT legends such as McLaren F1s, JaguarXJ220s and Porsche GT1s – the second for Formula 3 cars ranging from the halcyon Ayrton Senna and Nigel Mansell era.
The Silverstone Classic is a well-known hub for car clubs from across the UK to hold their annual summer gatherings, for example last July a parade of 1,208 Porsche 911s marked 50 years of the world’s favourite sports car, while there was an equally memorable birthday party marking 100 years of Aston Martin with proud owners displaying more than 9,000 road-going classic cars.
This Saturday, the focus will be on 50 years of the Ford Mustang whilst Maserati plans to celebrate its centenery on Super Sunday with a magnificent parade of road and racing Maseratis led by racing icon Stirling Moss who will be behind the wheel of a legendary Maserati 250F – the F1 car in which Stirling took his first ever Grand Prix podium exactly 60 years ago back in 1954.
Away from the circuit action, there is plenty more to do and visitors of all ages can take a scenic flight on the 40m high BMW wheel or browse through the busy shopping village.
Then there are air displays, fun fair rides, a chance to learn classic rock riffs with the Gibson Guitar Experience, street car shoot-outs, a pop-up massage spa, rally car thrills, the off-road course and, of course, the live music entertainment of Friday and Saturday evenings which this year features Canned Heat and Bonnie Tyler.
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