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FERRARI THE MOTORCLASSICA STAR

The stature of Ferrari means that it is always a star attraction at Motorclassica, with the event over time having hosted examples of most of the models that have emerged from the Marenello skunkworks. Click here to read the full article

 

FERRARI IN FOCUS

 No other marque in the history of the automobile evokes the passion garnered by the Cavallino Rampante badge, otherwise known as the Prancing Horse of Ferrari. Click here to read the full article

 

RACING THROUGH TIME

While all cars, trikes and bikes have their own unique story to tell, perhaps it is the motorsport breed that consistently have the best documented histories. Click here to read the full article

 

MOTORCLASSICA, THE STORYTELLER

The wonderful thing about cars is that they all have a story to tell, with Motorclassica drawing together some of the most interesting tales from automotive history. To read the full article click here.

 

MOTORCLASSICA’S CELEBRATION OF ALFA ROMEO

Founded in Milan in 1910, Alfa Romeo has the distinction of being one of the world's oldest surviving automotive brands. To read the full article click here.

 

MOTORCLASSICA'S CELEBRATION OF HOLDEN

The Royal Exhibition Building played host in 2017 to a celebration of 100 years since the first Holden bodied car was made on these shores. To read the full article click here.

 

THE HOLDEN AUSTRALIA STORY

The cessation of the Holden brand at the end of 2020 closes an epic chapter of the Australian automotive story. To read the full article click here.

 

MOTORCLASSICA’S CELEBRATION OF PININFARINA: 90 YEARS OF STYLE

2020 is a landmark anniversary year for several classic Italian motoring brands. Following Alfa Romeo's 110th birthday, the design firm responsible for some of their most iconic automobiles and those of many other brands is celebrating its own 90th anniversary. Read the full article here.


2020 - an important update

Read the latest announcement from the Motorclassica team. Click here to read.


What's planned for 2020?

With our tenth anniversary disappearing in the rear view mirror, its time to look to the beginning of a new decade. Click here to read.


2019 - it's a wrap!

More than 21,000 visitors enjoyed this year’s Motorclassica, as a stunning 1959 Aston Martin DB 2/4 MKIII was named ‘Best in Show’. Click here to read.


Start Your Engines

It’s been a year in the making, but it’s been worth the wait. Motorclassica 2019 opens Friday! Click here to read.

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