Classic race cars and former champions are due to line up in London this weekend, the inaugural Chelsea AutoLegends show.
The event, which runs from 10am to 4pm on Sunday at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, is focusing on the Le Mans 24 Hours; over 50 of the greatest cars to have competed in the classic endurance race will be present.
The line-up will include five Jaguar C and D-types, Ford GT40s, two Porsche 956s, three McLaren F1s, three Bentleys and three Aston Martin DBR9s.
There will also be special appearances from Derek Bell MBE, who won the La Sarthe race five times, and Richard Attwood, the man who gave Porsche its first victory on the event 40 years ago. Racing legend Sir Stirling Moss OBE will also be present.
Organisers will be showing the 1970 Le Mans movie at the event - and several of the Ferraris and Porsches that starred in the film will be present on the day.
Entry to the Chelsea AutoLegends costs £15 on the day; children aged 15 and under can attend for free. The event will also include an auction to raise funds for Chelsea Pensioners, residents of the Royal Hospital Chelsea.