Fastest Car in the World on Display at Blenheim Palace Classic &...

Fastest Car in the World on Display at Blenheim Palace Classic & Supercar


Don’t miss a visit to the new Blenheim Palace Classic & Supercar show on Sunday 3 September.

See the Bugatti Chiron, the world’s fastest car valued at over £3million pounds! This rare supercar is the only one in the country, offering visitors an exciting opportunity to get up close to this exceptional motor.

Spot the Lamborghini Reventon and Reventon Roadster on display together for the very first time. The rare duo represents Lamborghini’s most expensive road car until 2010. Only 35 cars have ever been produced making a sighting of the two together a must-see.

Discover the Aston Martin Vulcan, a track only supercar on display at the event. This car is engineered with such speed and weight that if you were to drive upside down, it would glue itself to the ceiling! Costing almost £2million, and with only 24 produced this is well worth seeing.

Find the elusive prototype supercar, the Jaguar C-X75 at the show, which is returning to Blenheim Palace following its starring role in James Bond’s Spectre. Scenes, including the beginning of the epic car chase were filmed at the Palace, within the Great Court.

See the Jaguar XJ220, once owned by Rod Stewart, the 30-year-old supercar is a modern classic to rival the Ferrari F40, with 10 of these on display to compare!

Blenheim Palace Classic & Supercar show will showcase more than 500 of the world’s greatest classic and supercars in stunning surroundings.

All of these cars and more can be seen in the Pirelli Prestige & Performance Competition, featuring 80 sensational super and hypercars built from 1977 to the current day and hosted within the Palace’s Great Court.

With eight pre-selected classes including ‘Hypercars from the Lawn’, ‘Super Roadsters’, ’30th Anniversary of the Ferrari F40′, ‘Pin Ups’ and ‘Porsche GT Specials’, it’s an exciting competition culminating in the Winner’s Parade later in the afternoon.

A wide selection of food and refreshments will also be available from Blenheim Palace’s eateries throughout the day.

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