Brooklands Museum to see assortment of top luxury vehicles: Supercar Sunday on July 15, 2012
As Super Sunday is celebrated for the very first time at Brooklands Museum, top luxury cars will be paraded and will give spectators a chance…
Usually when these sorts of luxury cars are on display, viewers cannot get up close and view their exclusive features and interiors but the display at Brooklands Museum will be a display of a different kind. Besides viewing these vehicles, spectators will be able to see then in action at this exclusive one of a kind display. Tickets can be procured for £10 for adults and £9 for students and senior citizens while children under the age of 5 will be charged £5.50.
Brooklands is the world’s first motor racing circuit constructed at Weybridge, Surrey in 1907. It was the very birthplace of British motorsports and aviation and is home to the Concorde and a site for many engineering and technological breakthroughs in the auto industry. The museum displays a wide variety of motoring and aviation marvels from motor cars to bikes, bicycles and includes some of World War II bombers and airplanes. It is the only venue where spectators will be able to view the Concorde from up close. It is managed by a charitable trust with the sole aim of preserving and showcasing some of the heritage of Brookland while preserving them for future generations.