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Full quota of Bugattis to descend on Wilton House

Bugatti enthusiasts rejoice – at the 2015 Wilton House Classic & Supercar event, taking place on 6 and 7 June, a number of historic Bugattis will gather to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their youngest descendant: the Veyron…

Inspired largely by the event founder Lord Pembroke’s love of the marque, the display will begin with the oldest racing car – Ettore Bugatti’s 1913 Type 18 – and culminate with one of the most recent offerings, the Veyron Pur Sang. Other prominent Bugattis on display will include a 1926 Type 41 Royale, a 1931 Type 54 Grand Prix car, and the prototype Bugatti Type 73 C developed the year Ettore died. In total, at least 16 important Bugattis will be on display, along with, no doubt, a few more in the visitor car park. There will also be a full set of Aston Martin ‘DB’ production cars on display, from DB2 to DB9 (and supplemented by a DB3S).

The 2015 Wilton House Classic & Supercar event takes place on 6 and 7 June 2015 in Wiltshire, southwest England. As official Digital Media Partner of the event, Classic Driver will be presenting an award to the car and owner who best exhibit the ‘Spirit of Wilton’, and will bring you all the highlights after the event. Tickets are on sale now via the Wilton Classic & Supercar website.

Photos: Wilton House