St James's Concours event

The St James's Concours event is London's equivalent of Pebble Beach

The 2013 St James’s Concours event takes place on September 5 to 7. Designed as the UK’s equivalent to Pebble Beach and Villa d’Este, it will be hosted in the grounds of St James’s in Westminster, London.

Sixty iconic classics are promised – including celebrity-owned cars – while there’ll be a line-up of 50 Lamborghinis to mark the Italian supercar maker’s 50th birthday. This includes three Miuras – a P400, S and SV – five Countachs and the Hummer–rivalling LM002 military spec 4x4.

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More modern creations will include the bespoke SP12 EC edition Ferrari 458 Italia, the Disco Volante, a bold Alfa Romeo 8C-based one-off, and the Bugatti Veyron’s super-rare predecessor, the quad-turbo EB110. Also on display will be the Eagle E-type Low Drag GT, gaining its full unveil.

And rather than just walk around taking photos of them all, you can drive there in your own classic, with a limited number of tickets for turning up in your car, lining up along the Mall on the opening morning of the weekend.

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Adult tickets start at £25, and you can buy yours by clicking here.


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