Win tickets to join us as we celebrate 5000 road tests with an exhibition of our top 10 best tests
23 August 2011

Chelsea Auto Legends returns to the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, on Sunday 4 September to bring together a vast range of legendary sports cars and supercars in the heart of London.

Join members of the Autocar team as we celebrate our 5000th road test with an exhibition of our top ten greatest test cars of all time: Audi Quattro, Ferrari 365 GTB/4, Ferrari 458 Italia, Jaguar E-Type, McLaren F1, Mini, Porsche 911 GT3 RS, Range Rover, Rolls-Royce Phantom and Volkswagen Golf GTi.

Any show visitors who subscribe to the magazine at the Autocar stand will also receive a free copy of the 400-page ‘Road Test 5000’ special edition of Autocar as well as an Auto Glym valet kit.

Win a pair of tickets to Chelsea Auto Legends 2011. Five pairs available. Offer closes at midnight on Sunday 28 August 2011.

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