The racing and rallying legacies of some of the biggest names in motorsport will be celebrated at Race Retro 2015.
It returns to Stoneleigh Park from Friday February 20 to Sunday February 22.
The Rugby Advertiser has teamed up with organisers to offer ten pairs of tickets to our readers.
The golden anniversary of Chevron Racing will be celebrated with a display covering 50 years in action including the Chevron B16, known as the ‘Ultimate Chevron’ and used in the Steve McQueen film Le Mans.
There’s a tribute to the late great Jack Brabham with a display of cars including the BT6, BT8, and a BT24 from Hall & Hall, plus his son David will be on the interview stage on Friday and Sunday talking about the cars and his own racing career.
Former World Champion and all-round rallying legend Ari Vatanen makes his Race Retro debut appearing Saturday and Sunday on the interview stage, as well as showcasing his driving skills on the Live Rally Stage with a fantastic line-up of Group B and C cars. Also from rallying, the Richard Burns Foundation bring the rally-winning 205 and 309 GTIs to Race Retro along with the 1992 Group N Subaru Impreza.
Motorcycle racing fans can also mark 50 years since Mike Hailwood won the 1965 500cc World Motorcycle Championship on an MV Agusta. Adult tickets start at £20 in advance with children’s tickets at £5 for Friday and Saturday and free on Sunday.