The next few days sees the London Classic Car Show take place. In, um, London.
More specifically, it’s been held at the Excel Arena, near City Airport. It’s bigger than last year’s inaugural show, and with new features, including the chance to speak to greats like Sir Stirling Moss and Ari Vatanen.
If you like cars more than people, then there are plenty of those, too. The show is holding its own ‘six nations’, with Britain, Italy, France, Germany, Japan and the USA battling it out to be crowned the greatest carmaking country.
They are doing this via a gaggle of lovely cars, some of which will be driving indoors along the show’s ‘Grand Avenue’, and some of which you can see in the pictures that follow. Get clicking, and let us know your favourites - and which country you think makes the best cars - below.
We start with Britain, and this glorious McLaren F1 Longtail racer. It’s part of a display dedicated to the history of the former fastest car in the world, with all manner of F1s - both road and race cars - on display, and great stories and props from its development.