Now in its second year, the Heveningham Hall Concours d’Elegance takes a familiar formula and gives it a little twist. Rather than boringly arranging the cars on a flat lawn, they are spread over five levels on a beautifully terraced garden behind the manor house.
LAFERRARI APERTA - A LaFerrari Aperta overlooks the other entrants on the top tier of the terrace.
HEVENINGHAM HALL - We couldn't help getting on the roof of Heveningham Hall for an overhead shot.
MERCEDES CLK GTR - The Mercedes CLK GTR Roadster is an incredibly rare V12 powered racer for the road. Behind it is the CLK LM racer that dropped the V12 for a V8 for reliability at Le Mans.
MCLAREN P1 GTR - Normal McLaren P1 too reserved for you? How about the track-only P1 GTR? Although it's a track day weapon, it's surrounded by proper racing machinery including a Ford GT40, Jaguar D-Type, Porsche 917, a pair of Lola T70s and an Audi R8 for good measure.
FRZER NASH - In the foreground is the winner of the pre-war category, a twin-supercharged Frazer Nash single seater.
FORD GT40 - The winner of the post-war category was this recently restored Ford GT40. We can certainly see why.
LAMBORGHINI MIURA - The Lamborghini Miura is arguably the first supercar, so it's fitting this SV won the supercar category.
ASTON MARTIN DB5 - An Aston Martin DB5 Convertible is a pretty special car anyway, but this one has a royal link, too. This light blue example was originally delivered to Peter Sellers, then owned by Princess Margaret and Lord Snowden.
BENTLEY - Bentley Continental R-Type and supercharged 4.5-litre Sports Tourer share a terrace.
BUGATTI TYPE 57 VENTOUX - Think of the Bugatti Type 57 and you'll probably think of the Atlantic however this was another variant; the Ventoux.
MERCEDES CLK GTR - Another view of the CLK LM. It may not have conquered Le Mans, but it dominated the FIA GT1 championship in 1998.
FERRARI 250 GT SWB COMPETIZIONE - V12 Ferraris were certainly well represented and included this stunning 250 GT SWB Competizione.
GWYNNE - We loved the bare metal finish on this 1923 Gwynne.
LAMBORGHINI MURCIELAGO - A Lamborghini Murcielago SV caught in a Ferrari sandwich. On the left is a 599 GTO, the right a F12 TDF.
JAGUAR D-TYPE - The distinctive rear of a Jaguar D-Type. It's even better looking in real life and much smaller than you might imagine.
LOLA T70 - Brutal V8 powered Lola T70. We'd love to see it tussle with the 917 sat next to it on track.
FERRARI 250 - Another Ferrari 250, this time a Cabriolet.
FERRARI 250 - Of course we had to nose under the 250 Convertible's bonnet.
ALFA ROMEO 8C 2300 - There's more than a touch of art deco in the running boards of this Alfa Romeo 8C 2300.
HWM SPORTS - This Jaguar powered HWM Sports makes the D-Type look common.
PORSCHE CARRERA ABARTH - This is what happens when Porsche and Abarth meet. The 356 Porsche Carrera Abarth sports longer bodywork to improve aerodynamics for racing.
FERRARI 288 GTO - A pair of Italian Group B machines. Although the Ferrari 288 GTO never raced, it was built to the same homologation rules as the fearsome Lancia Delta S4. This very S4 won the Monte Carlo rally in the hands of Henri Toivonen in 1986.
BUGATTI TYPE 35 - One of the most dominant racing cars of its era, the Bugatti Type 35
FERRARI 212 BARCHETTA - Another V12 Ferrari, this time a 212 Barchetta.
PORSCHE 917 - It's hard not to fall for the charms of the flat twelve Porsche 917, especially in iconic Gulf livery.
PORSCHE 959 - Until the Ferrari F40 came along, the Porsche 959 was the fastest production car in the world. Its twin-turbocharged flat six and four wheel drive would set the template for 911 Turbos from the 993 onwards.
AC ACECA - AC Aceca overlooks a Shelby Cobra.
ASTON MARTIN DB2/4 - One of the earlier David Brown Aston Martins - the DB2/4
BERLIET 4L - The oldest car in attendance, a 1903 Berliet 4L.
LAFERRARI APERTA - As well as the LaFerrari Aperta, there was a coupe, too.
LOLA T70 - Another Loia T70, this time a Spyder.
FERRARI 250MM - Yup, it's another V12 Ferrari, in this case a 250MM from 1953.
AUDI R8 - This Audi R8 was by no means pristine, but we liked the scars from on-track battles.
ASTON MARTIN DB4 GT