The two-day weekend event will have a split programme, with the Saturday focusing on classics and Sunday on modern machinery. As official media partners, Classic Driver will not only keep you updated on the latest news ahead of the event, but will also select the winner of the ‘Best Classic in Show’ trophy.
The best of old and new
More than 500 cars and bikes will be exhibited each day – including the traditional show favourites, some more unusual entries and, apparently, almost every Bugatti model ever made. Furthermore, visitors will be treated to the first public viewing of an Alfa Romeo Giulietta Zagato Prototype recently discovered in the USA after 50 years, and the Bloodhound Project car ahead of its World Record attempt later this year. Also new for 2015 is a live restoration display by specialist Thornley Kelham, whose experienced craftsmen will be working on cars throughout the weekend to reveal the painstaking process of restoring a ‘barn-find’ to concours condition.
The 2015 Wilton House Classic & Supercar event takes place on 6 and 7 June 2015 in Wiltshire, in southwest England. Tickets are on sale now via the Wilton Classic & Supercar website, with premium tickets granting access to Wilton House’s state rooms (where you can marvel at Lord Pembroke’s personal art collection) and the Garden Enclosure Hospitality Marquee, in which a number of dining options are available.
Photos: Wilton House