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* Richard Hammond will appear at the show on Friday 18 March
* His 1972 MGB GT will be on the MG Car Club Young Members display
* Joined by other discovery+ stars including Mike Brewer & Marc Elvis Priestley
* Ant Anstead will build Tipo 184 single seater across the weekend
* Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show held 18-20 March at Birmingham’s NEC.

Motoring TV presenter Richard Hammond, best known for Top Gear and The Grand Tour, is set to make his debut at this year’s Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show, with discovery+.

Richard will be at the show on Friday 18 March as his 1972 MGB GT, the last car he drove on Top Gear, will be on the MG Car Club Young Members display in Hall 5. He will be filming for the second series of Richard Hammond’s Workshop which will feature some exciting plans for the GT.

He will also appear on the Practical Classics Classic World stage for an interview with editor Danny Hopkins at 3:15pm, where they will talk about the ‘Hamster’s’ adventures and his new restoration business.

This second series of Richard Hammond’s Workshop welcomes viewers back into the workshop as one of the UK’s most recognisable TV personalities continues to build his prestige classic car restoration business, The Smallest Cog, alongside the hardworking local family team of expert mechanics.

He said: “I’ve spent 25 years critiquing other people’s cars and now I’m putting my own work out there. My grandfather was an automotive craftsman, who knows, maybe I’ve inherited some of his skill!”

Richard will appear alongside other discovery+ favourites including Mike Brewer and Marc ‘Elvis’ Priestley who will be talking about the new series of Wheeler Dealers: Dream Car, which is available to stream on discovery+, as well as offering expert advice to visitors.

Former Wheeler Dealers mechanic Ant Anstead will also be at the show and will be building a Tipo 184 over the three show days with his team from Dowsett Classic Cars.

This kit car is a tribute to the iconic grand prix racing Alfa 158 that Ant created on his show Master Mechanicand is available as a factory-built car or a self-assembly kit, using a Mazda MX-5 as its donor car.

Ant will also be talking about the rebirth of Radford, the iconic motoring brand he has revived with former F1 World Champion Jenson Button, and his new discovery+ show Radford Returns.

The Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show, with discovery+, is held 18-20 March 2022 at Birmingham’s NEC with tickets now on sale. For more information as well as the ticket prices and booking details, visit http://www.necrestorationshow.com

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