The Classic Motor Show returns to Hatfield House on Sunday 9th July for its second outing with a tribute to the famous cars from film and television such as Knight Rider, Starsky & Hutch, and the Mustang from Bullit from the Motion Pictures Motor Club.
The ‘movie motors’ will join a display of over 200 classics, spanning over 50 years of motoring heritage, with vehicles from the 1930s to the 1980s including classic American cars, commercial vehicles, motorcycles, as well as great British classics.
As well as static displays, there will also be two classic motoring parades along the avenue and in front of Hatfield House itself.
The show culminates in an awards ceremony in front of the House with over 20 concours awards in all classes plus additional awards during the day for ‘Pride of Ownership’ and ‘Daily Driver’ open to all owners on the day.
Event organiser Stephen Smith said: “Our inaugural event had a great reception from owners and visitors alike in 2016, and we’d love for more car clubs to join us in 2017.
“Gemini Events has been running classic motor shows around the UK since 2011 and we organise 14 classic events at classic venues around the UK such as Hatfield House, which is a perfect setting for these vintage vehicles.”
Got a classic? if you have a vehicle you would like to exhibit, the best way to do this is pre-book through the show’s website (www.classicmotorshows.co.uk). Or if you have a classic or modern motor you would like to show off on the day just ask their friendly team of marshals for ‘Privileged Parking’ and they will direct you on arrival.
In addition to the fabulous motors and parades, visitors can upgrade their ticket to visit the House for an additional charge and the Stable yard shopping complex is open as usual.
Gates open at 10am until 4pm. Admission is £11 for adults, £10 for seniors, £7 for children (4-16 years), including entrance into the West Garden and Park, which is normally the same admission price, essentially making the Classic Motor Show free. Free parking for all visitors.