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Le Mans cars and supercars, E-types and Mini Coopers, stars of track and stage, rare cars and rally cars… Chelsea AutoLegends has them all Read More »


– Birthday celebrations in Chelsea for the Jaguar that Enzo Ferrari called ‘The most beautiful car in the world’ Read More »

– British motor racing hero says Chelsea AutoLegends is a ‘must see’ event

He might have retired (at the age of 81, no less!) from competitive motor racing, but Sir Stirling Moss OBE is still living life in the fast lane.

And one of the motor racing legend’s first public appearances since hanging up his famous ‘Herbert Johnson’ – his white, open-faced crash helmet from the 1960s – will be as Patron of Chelsea AutoLegends. Read More »

But so is red and gold as top racing teams are honoured.

In the days before sponsorship, the colour of a team’s racing car often signified its origins. If it was British it was green. If it came from Italy (especially if it had a Prancing Horse on the side) it was red. Read More »

Race track and special stage are set to converge in the middle of London. Two of the star displays at Chelsea AutoLegends – London’s Greatest Show on Wheels – will feature some the most iconic touring car racers and World Rally Championship contenders from the last two or three decades.

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Some of the world’s finest road and competition cars will be showcased together for the first time at the inaugural Chelsea AutoLegends at The Royal Chelsea Hospital on Sunday 5th September 2010. Read More »