Silverstone's supercar bash
20 March 2006

Supercar owners are being offered the chance to take part in a unique tour between central London and Silverstone to celebrate a sportscar meeting at the circuit.

The 'London to Silverstone Supercar Tour' will allow 50 supercars to travel from the Royal Automobile Club in Pall Mall to Silverstone, before they complete a lap of the famous circuit to open the FIA GT meeting at the Northamptonshire facility.

Entry to the Tour costs £195 per car, including driver and passenger, and includes breakfast at the Royal Automobile Club, a pre-start photocall on Pall Mall, refreshments on route, a three-day guest pass for the race meeting and access to an exclusive parking enclosure in the centre of Silverstone, as well as other extras.

Entries are limited to the following cars: Ascari KZ-1, Aston Martin DB9, Vanquish and AMV8; Bentley Continental GT; BMW M6; Bugatti Veyron; Chevrolet Corvette C6, Z06; Dodge SRT10 (Viper); Ferrari Enzo, F430, 575, 599, 612; Ford GT; Jaguar XK ('06); Koenigsegg CC8S, CCR; Lamborghini Gallardo, Murcielago; Lister Storm; Lotus Exige; Marcos TSO; Maserati Quattroporte, GT Coupe, GT Spider, GrandSport; Mercedes SLR, AMG SLK, AMG SL, AMG CL65, CL55; Morgan Aero 8; Noble M12, M14, M400; Pagani Zonda; Porsche 911 (997), Carrera GT; Saleen S7; TVR Cerbera Speed 12, Tuscan, Sagaris; Ultima GTR640; plus invitation cars at the organisers' discretion.

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