The ever-popular Bremont Stonor Supercar Sunday is set to return to the grounds of the Stonor Park Estate in Henley on Sunday, July 4.

The event, which will host an array of the world’s most prestigious automotive legend, will showcase over 400 hypercars and supercars with everything from historic racers and classic sportscars to modern machines.

Car enthusiast will also be pleased that for the first time ever, the event will showcase a series of specially curated displays celebrating key milestones in the history and development of some of the most iconic and desirable marques, which will include one of the most impressive and extensive collections of 1930s Alfa Romeo 8Cs.

Sitting alongside the Alfa’s will be also be a display marking three Lamborghini milestones; the 10th anniversary of the Aventador, the 20th anniversary of the Murcielago and the 50th anniversary of the Countach.

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Lots of cars will be on show (Tim Scott)

Lots of cars will be on show (Tim Scott)

William Stonor said: “After a tough year which saw a dearth of automotive events, we are absolutely delighted to be able to throw open the gates of Stonor Park once more.

“The 2021 show promises to be the biggest and best with curated content alongside enthusiasts and car clubs.

“In just two years, the Bremont Stonor Supercar Sunday has built up a reputation amongst car owners and enthusiastic visitors as a fantastic show offering families and fans alike the opportunity to enjoy the beauty and elegance of supercars in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.”

Nick English: “With its commitment to engineering, precision & mechanical craftsmanship, we felt that this was the perfect partnership for Bremont.

“The Bremont Stonor Supercar Sunday is the obvious partner to help us celebrate automotive excellence”.

Plans are also underway for a special display hailing lady supercar owner, who are occupying a growing role in the field; a celebration of American muscle cars, in honour of American Independence Day; a host of the country’s leading Supercar clubs and a special parade of the most prestigious and iconic cars at show.

The show’s finale will then see the drivers of these cars fire up their engines for The Grand Depart.

Men, women and kids are all welcome to come along

Men, women and kids are all welcome to come along

This is through the Stonor grounds, providing a spectacular conclusion for visitors and owners alike and a fitting end to the 2021 Bremont Stonor Supercar Sunday

Show Director Mark Woolley adds: “This year, the Bremont Stonor Supercar Sunday is not only back, but back with a vengeance.

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“Our intention is to grow this fantastic event to be even more about the essence of its award-nominated status – a relaxed gathering where we can celebrate great cars and great people.”.

Bremont continues as the title partner, with Nick and Giles English, the co-founders of Bremont, designing and presenting the much-coveted Bremont Trophy in two classes: Historic Supercar and Modern Supercar. Bremont will also be bringing a very special and inspiring vehicle to the event, the current Williams Racing Formula 1 Car: the FW41, as driven by George Russell and Nicky Latifi to thrill and delight Formula 1 fans.

Advance adult tickets are £20 per person plus booking fee, children’s tickets are £15 with younger visitors under the age of six getting in for free, whilst premium access tickets will be available for £95.

This will include:

• a gourmet picnic lunch

• a collectable show lanyard

• access to the Premium Lounge with all-day tea and coffee

• Priority parking

It will take place in July (Tim Scott)

It will take place in July (Tim Scott)

As in 2020, there is reassurance for all ticket buyers that full refunds will be offered should the show be cancelled due to Covid-19.

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