London Classic Car Show hits mark
For fans of motorsport in particular, the inaugural London Classic Car Show already looks poised to become a regular treat to mark down on the calendar.
It was a promising start for the show and the organisers seem to have struck gold with a nice variety of exhibits such as a Motorsport Hall of Fame, Le Mans icons section and the ‘Cars That Changed The World’ area devised by Top Gear presenter James May, which featured a typically tongue-in-cheek finale.
Another eye-catching display at the London Classic Car show came in the shape of a collection of cars, some personally owned, which was selected by Formula One designer Adrian Newey.
And throw in the Grand Avenue – a kind of ‘Car Catwalk’ – that showcased some of the classics that paraded up and down a makeshift strip of racetrack throughout the show and it pretty much ticked all the boxes for the motor enthusiast.