Over the last 27 years, the Italian Car Day at the Brooklands Museum (May 4, 2013) has grown to become not only the UK’s top event for owners and admirers of all things Italian, but also the largest gathering of Italian cars in the country. Anyone arriving in any Italian car, be it a Fiat or a Ferrari, is able to park in the areas reserved for the relevant marque and model, and hence to become part of the display. Another reason for the event’s success is that it’s far more than a static show: selected cars are demonstrated both on the demanding Brooklands test hill, and on the circuit at the adjacent Mercedes-Benz World.
In addition, the many car clubs and registers that sign up to the event have their own dedicated areas. It is a social event for Italophiles as much as an unrivalled exhibition of everything from modern Ferrari supercars to quirky little Fiats of the past, plus Maseratis, Lamborghinis and a vast range of rare and fascinating marques: Abarth, Bizzarrini, De Tomaso, Innocenti, Moretti, Siata and a great many more.
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