Fantastic Ferraris to feature at Beaulieu Supercar Weekend
A glorious selection of fantastic Ferraris will be taking pride of place on the lawns of Beaulieu’s Palace House, as part of the stunning Beaulieu Supercar Weekend on 5th and 6th August, which will gather hundreds of jaw-dropping supercars* at the home of the National Motor Museum for a packed weekend show.
Fantastic Ferraris on show
Bringing together 25 Ferraris, dating from throughout the Italian marque’s illustrious history, the special Forza Ferrari display will be an unmissable highlight of the two-day show for 2023, including such iconic models as the Enzo, LaFerrari, F50, F40, 599 GTO, 250 GTE and Daytona Spider. Expect to see plenty of Ferrari Rosso paintwork gleaming in the sun, amongst other eye-catching colours. If you love Italian drivers’ cars, you can’t miss this feature of the show.
Bringing together 25 Ferraris, the special Forza Ferrari display will be an unmissable highlight. Photo by Beaulieu
The jaw-dropping displays don’t end there. Families and supercar enthusiasts alike will adore a display marking 60 years of McLaren. With the line-up of McLaren supercars on show set to include examples of the Artura and Senna, amongst other crowd-pleasing models, this special area of the showground is sure to be a huge hit.
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Brand new for 2023 and for the first time ever, the private lawns of Palace House will also be opened up to the event visitors, as they play host to a special display showcasing a selection of hypercars – more details to be announced soon.
Brand new for 2023 and for the first time ever, the private lawns of Palace House will also be opened up to the event visitors. Photo by Beaulieu
Always a must-see favourite with showgoers, the demonstration runs will be back and on top form, as prized supercars are put through their paces as drivers test their acceleration and braking. The sights and sounds of these amazing machines in action will be an unforgettable part of the show, so take your place alongside Beaulieu’s Chestnut Avenue and enjoy the action.
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In the afternoon, crowds will gather to experience the supercar sound-off, as a selection of cars show off the sounds of their powerful engines on Beaulieu’s events arena. Whichever motor rouses the loudest cheer from spectators will receive a celebratory trophy.
Crowds will gather to experience the supercar sound-off, as a selection of cars show off the sounds of their powerful engines. Photo by Beaulieu
Clubs are always a huge part of the show, with members driving their supercars into the Beaulieu parkland to park up, catch up and admire each other’s cars. While show favourites the Sporting Bears Motor Club will be taking their places in the showground, raising money for children’s charity Simon Says by raffling off rides in a select number of supercars. Make sure you don’t miss your chance to be part of the action by grabbing a ticket.
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Stay tuned for updates as more show features are announced, at beaulieusupercarweekend.co.uk, or on social using #beaulieusupercarweekend.
With all of the features of the Beaulieu attraction included in your show ticket, make sure to head inside the National Motor Museum to see the amazing collection of performance and racing cars spanning over a century. Don’t miss new exhibition Motopia? Past Future Visions, which explores future visions of motoring from the past and ideas which have become reality.
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A ticket to the show includes all that Beaulieu has to offer, including the National Motor Museum, Little Beaulieu, World of Top Gear, On Screen Cars, the ancestral Montagu home Palace House, Secret Army Exhibition, 13th century Beaulieu Abbey and the stunning grounds and gardens.
* Please note: Not all cars mentioned will be in attendance on both days of the show. Vehicle line-up subject to change.
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