Hitting the screens next year is The Classic Car Show and it will be hosted by international supermodel and racing driver, Jodie Kidd, and founding member of Top Gear and Britain’s most renowned classic car journalist, Quentin Willson.
Expect to see a number of motorsports focused guests on the show including David Gandy, Bruno Senna, David Coulthard and Sir Stirling Moss. In pre-production we have heard stories of Jodie Kidd in a Jaguar XK120 at the Mille Miglia, Quentin Willson driving Keith Richards’ Ferrari 246 GT Dino on the French Riviera, Derek Bell in a Porsche 962 at Le Mans, a 1964 Brabham BT11 at the Monaco Historique and Bruno Senna putting 10 classics through their paces on the racetrack.
Filmed at a bespoke studio at the famous Brooklands racing circuit in Weybridge, Surrey (the world’s first purpose-built racetrack), we are sensing a show encompassing humor, attitude and the feint smell of petrol.
Jodie Kidd said: “Classic cars are beautiful, sexy and evocative; when you climb in and turn the engine something magical happens. The Classic Car Show is a back-stage pass to one of the most exciting and exhilarating forms of art that we have.”
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