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Race Retro16Line up on the grid and get ready to start your engines at Race Retro roars into Stoneleigh Park from 26th to 28th February with a fantastic line-up of motorsport heroes, high octane live action, and amazing cars from racing and rallying. Plus, hundreds of traders offering everything you need for the coming season – be it as a competitor or an enthusiast. Get your Race Retro tickets now.

Meet your Motoring Heroes
British F1 racing legend Damon Hill will be joining us on Sunday 28th Feb while on Saturday, Williams’ chief engineer turned team manager Dickie Stanford and Jonathan Williams will be in the hot seat as they are interviewed on the William celebratory stand. Check out Speed St in Hall 2 to see other racing legends or if rallying is more your thing, Hall 1 will be where you’ll find the likes of Russell Brookes, Rosemary Smith, Tony Mason, and Mark Higgins to name a few. Check out the famous faces appearing here.

High Octane Live Action
There is more live action than ever before at this year’s Race Retro, kicking off with the Classic Bike Trials demonstration in Hall 4 by seven times Isle of Man TT winner Mick Grant. Mick and his team will run three demos every day while on Saturday and Sunday, we kick it up a notch. The Live Rally Stage will see Group B and Group C cars put through their paces on our purpose built circuit along with the ‘pocket rockets’ from historic karting. Smoking up the Hall 1/Hall3 linkway will be UK Street Machines with its Burnout demonstrations. See all the action here.

The Cars are the Stars
As with any motoring spectacle, the cars are the real stars of the show. This year’s show stoppers include Damon Hill’s World Championship winning Williams FW18, and Henri Toivonen’s Talbot Sunbeam that took him to victory in the 1980 Lombard Rally. We will also be revealing an incredibly rare 1953 Austin Healey that raced in the New Zealand Grand Prix which has never been on public display anywhere in the world before. With over 60 cars in the Parc Ferme alone, don’t miss this amazing celebration of historic motorsport. Book your tickets now.

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