All seven of Lewis Hamilton's F1 championship-winning cars will be displayed together for the first time at the Silverstone Classic this August.
The annual event returns to the home of the British Grand Prix this summer with a "best of British" theme which will include an array of classic racing machinery.
The Hamilton showcase will pull together the 2008 McLaren MP4-23 as well as the six Mercedes cars he has driven to title glory since entering the sport in 2007 in a display never seen before.
Hamilton won a record-breaking eighth home race at the circuit last year and could add to the tally by the time the showcase of his title-winning cars takes place later this year.
"It’s a real privilege for us to have all seven of Lewis’ title winners on show at The Classic this summer,” said Nick Wigley, CEO of The Classic promoter Goose Live Events.
“Lewis is already a legend and his incredible successes will forever be celebrated as a major milestone in motorsport history.
"This very special display will also be another of the standout highlights under this year’s ‘Best of British’ banner at The Classic.”
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