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– High-octane weekend with simultaneous shows taking place under one roof at London’s ExCeL
– Classic and sports car auction to be held at Historic Motorsport International in association with the London Classic Car Show on Saturday17th February
– Motorcycle auction to be held at MCN Carole Nash London International Motorcycle Show also on Saturday17th February Read More »


– Lots include sought-after Aston Martins, Ferraris and Jaguars
– Notable competition prepared cars ready for the season ahead
– Free viewing of all auction lots, but auction attendance by catalogue

Renowned auctioneers Coys have confirmed the 20 prized lots coming under the hammer at this week’s eagerly-anticipated Historic Motorsport International (23-26 February at London ExCeL). Read More »

hmi-coys17b– Historic race and rally cars to be sold at HMI auction
– Competition prepared cars ready for the season ahead
– Others cars to be auctioned include classic sports cars
– Free viewing of all auction lots, but auction attendance by catalogue

Specialist classic car auction house, Coys, will be staging a significant sale at Historic Motorsport International (23-26 February at London ExCeL) when several historically important race and rally cars will come under the hammer. Read More »

– Tickets for the first public day of Autosport International sell out by early afternoon
– Top line-up of motorsport stars take to the Autosport Stage including Damon Hill OBE, Petter Solberg, Andy Priaulx, Marino Franchitti, Ben Collins, Perry McCarthy and Claire Williams
– Live Action Arena thrills crowds with displays including Petter Solberg, the SPECTRE Jaguar C-X75 and Team Japspeed
– See all the AutosportStage interviews live here:
– Gallery of images updated throughout the show available here:
– Tickets still available, or

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Rothmans 6R4– Iconic slice of rallying history is going up for sale at the Coys auction at Autosport International
– Rothmans liveried MG Metro 6R4 in pristine condition having covered just 3100 miles
– Over 60 classic and historic road and race cars going under the hammer
– Other notable motorsport cars including ex works Vauxhall Chevette and an Indianapolis-winning 996 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup
– Sale takes place at 14:00 on Saturday 16 January on stand 2780 in Hall 20
– Autosport International runs from 14-17 January, 2016* at the NEC in Birmingham Read More »

Coys auction is one of the perennial star attractions at the Autosport International Racing Car Show, which runs from 14-17 January 2016.

With over 60 classic and historic road and race cars going under the auctioneer’s gavel on Saturday 16 January, there will be yet another strong selection of cars for all tastes and competition disciplines from this international, market-leading auction house.

Among the competition cars on offer is probably the most well-known and loved racing teams which have supported the Goodwood Revival since its inception in 1998. Read More »

Coys Auctions have led the world-wide market in classic car prices, constantly achieving record results for its clients via a full calendar of international auctions throughout the UK and Europe ( and – uniquely – can also preview auction cars at its prestigious showrooms in London. After establishing the original COYS Silverstone meeting as a major international historic race event, this intrepid organisation has channelled its market-leading entrepreneurial skills to developing its international calendar and London showroom venue. With a desire to return to a hands-on commitment to historic race events, COYS identified the HRDC Donington event as the platform most likely to represent the company’s ethos of providing high-octane content and driver commitment. Read More »

International auction house Coys will be featuring a strong entry of historic racers and classic road cars in its annual sale at the Autosport International Racing Car Show.

The catalogue is headed by a selection of historic cars entered to this sale directly from the Alan Mann Racing Reserve Collection: Read More »