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Save The Date 25th September 2016  warren estate
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The Warren Classic Concours d’Elegance is a wonderful opportunity to view some of the world finest classic motorcars. Over one hundred and twenty cars from around the world will be selected by the organising committee to compete in the Warren Classic Concours, competing over twelve categories.

This is a unique opportunity to get up close to some of the finest examples of motorcar in the world and to talk to the owners. The judges, hand-picked for their specialist knowledge of veteran, vintage and classic cars, will judge the cars based on presentation, originality and of course, elegance. Following judging the winners of each category will form a procession into the main arena, where the winner of the Warren Concours d’Elegance will be selected.

1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Chassis number 3757GT
One of the most famous cars in the world. Built strictly for racing, the Ferrari 250 GTO dominated its classes during its short but historic racing career from 1962 to 1964. Its rare claim to fame is that all 36 production cars - despite almost all of them having been raced - still exist. Nick's car was delivered new to the Belgian racing team Ecurie Francorchamps. The Ferrari placed second in class and third overall at the 1962 24 Hours of Le Mans race. Raced by Guy Hansez in 1963. Raced by Peter Clarke in the UK for the 1964 season but crashed during practice at the Goodwood BARC Meeting. Raced until 1965 when crashed again at the 1965 Silverstone Meet. Owned by the Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason since 1978 it has the distinctive '250GTO' license plate. It is currently painted its 1962 Le Mans livery with its Le Mans racing number 22. This Ferrari GTO is one of only 36 built and is Nick's favourite car. Chassis 3757GT has remained in Nick Mason's collection for 40 years. After buying it, he discovered that it was the very car he had first seen in action at Brands Hatch in period and the car which had started his passion for cars in general and the 250 GTO in particular.

When asked why it's his favourite car, Nick Mason said: "For me, it has to be the 250 GTO, and the fact that I've kept mine for 40 years proves how special it is. I judge cars by how much I use them, and the GTO has been regularly driven on the road and track. It's all very well having an ex-Michael Schumacher F1 car, but how often can you get out to tighten your neck muscles? The GTO is superbly balanced in every way. Steering, brakes, handling, engine and looks and there's no standout feature because they are brilliantly matched."

Nick Mason's 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO
If you like supercars, then The Warren on 23rd September will be your dream come true! Get right up close to the world's most exclusive cars: we have an amazing line-up, including a LaFerrari, two Bugatti Veyrons, a one-off Pagani 760VR and Ferrari Enzos, of course the stunning Bugatti Chiron and the granddaddy of all supercars; Nick Mason's Ferrari GTO plus many more.
In addition to the Supercar concours class over 20 supercars will tour the roads around The Warren with a spectacular arrival at the event before midday, with a parade of these stunning cars down the main drive - A must see for any car enthusiast.
Supercar Arrival

Concours d’Elegance - Enter Your Car

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