Head to London’s Excel Arena this weekend and you’ll find the first ever London Classic Car Show. As well as a hall full of classic cars of all vintages to walk around and grab the occasional selfie with, there’s a range of exhibitions.
James May’s ‘cars that changed the world’ collects together the 13 most pivotal players in car history (at least according to James, anyway), while a collection of cars that tell Adrian Newey’s impeccably engineered life story are well worth a look too. There’s also a rather wonderful gaggle of Le Mans legends.
And perhaps most intriguingly, cars will be running up and down an indoor ‘road’ called the Grand Avenue, giving you a chance to see and hear some classics in a pretty unique, roofed setting.
Scroll through the pictures above for a selection of TG’s show highlights. The podium-finishing Le Mans McLaren F1 GTR above kicks us off…