Friday, 3 February 2017

Race Retro brings together motorsport legends for 15th anniversary ‘Super Show’

Race Retro brings together motorsport legends for 15th anniversary ‘Super Show’
A fantastic line-up of rallying and racing legends have joined the 15th anniversary ‘Super Show’ celebrations of Race Retro, the international historic motorsport show, when it returns to Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, from Friday 24th to Sunday 26th February 2017.

The ‘Flying Finns’ of rally drivers Ari Vatanen and Markku Alén will both be in action on the Live Rally Stage, joining the 70-80 cars and drivers from Rallying with Group B, while inside the halls Le Mans legend Tom Kristensen will be on the Motor Sport Live Stage. 
Racing and Rally Legends announced
Le Mans legend Tom Kristensen, who holds the record for the most wins at the 24hr of Le Mans, will make his debut at Race Retro on Saturday 25th February, appearing on the Motor Sport Interview Stage within the Hall of Fame, to which he was inducted in 2013, as well as meeting fans and signing autographs. Other motorsport legends appearing include rally heroes Ari Vatanen and Markku Alen, who will also be getting behind the wheel for demonstrations on the bespoke Live Rally Stage, and motorcycle racing champion ‘Fast’ Freddie Spencer.
Amazing celebratory car displays
The cars are the true stars of Race Retro with more celebratory displays than ever before. Mike Costin curates the 50th anniversary of the DFV Cosworth engine display featuring Keke Rosberg’s Williams FW08 and James Hunt’s McLaren M23; Jim Clark’s Lotus 33 R11 gets its first public outing in over four decades; Sir Stirling Moss’ Vanwall marks its first GB Gran Prix win. Plus, celebrate the youngsters competing in Formula Ford in Teenage Kicks. Get ready for an amazing starting grid.
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