The show takes place on 3 September at the Oxfordshire palace, with eight classes of competition for concours cars

Autocar has become a media partner to the new Blenheim Palace Classic & Supercar show, which takes place on 3 September in Oxfordshire.

The show was originally just the Salon Privé: the Pirelli Prestige & Performance Competition, but the Blenheim Palace Classic & Supercar show now runs parallel to the competition, with full-blown, public access. The Pirelli Performance Competition will be a focal point of the show. 

More than 350 supercars will be on display at the event, with eight classes of competition, and an expected 150 Ferraris gathering to celebrate the brand’s 70th anniversary and 50th anniversary of the Ferrari Owners’ club.

Categories include ‘Hypercars from the Lawn’, ‘30th Anniversary of the Ferrari F40’ and ‘Super Roadsters’. The winners will take part in a parade later in the afternoon. 

Co-founder of Blenheim Palace Classic & Supercar Andrew Bagley said: “This truly is a must-attend event for every car lover and enthusiast; it is an unmissable opportunity to see the most extravagant and spectacular hypercars, supercars and classic cars on the planet, all at the most affordable price imaginable.”

Those planning to attend can find out more about the show here

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