18 December 2003

Pagani’s Zonda Roadster, the Gallardo and Noble M12 GTO 3-R are just three of the cars adorning Autocar’s Supercar Paddock at January’s Autosport International Show.The event takes place at Birmingham’s NEC from 8-11 January, and adult tickets cost from £14. Highlights include unveiling the new four-wheeled Grinnall Scorpion IV, capable of 0-60mph in 4.0sec, and the Radical SR3 Turbo in which Autocar’s Phil Bennett smashed the Nordschleife lap record.Prancing horse fans will be awestruck by a £25m collection from Galleria Ferrari, Maranello’s official museum. Exhibits include Schumacher’s F1 cars from 1999-2002, alongside such legendary cars as the 250 GTO, F40, F50, Enzo and 360 Challenge Stradale. The Duke of York will visit the show on the opening day.

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