- Less than a week left to vote in The Classic & Sports Car Show’s ‘A Century of Supercars’ global poll
- Survey will name the greatest supercar of the last 100 years
- Icons such as the Ferrari F40, Bugatti Veyron, Alfa Romeo 8C 2900 and McLaren P1 are still in the running
- Unveiling of the greatest supercar ever will be just one of the major must-see attractions at this year’s show, held at Alexandra Palace, London from 28th – 30th October
- To vote for your favourite supercar and buy tickets, head to www.classicandsportscarshow.com
With the deadline to vote just around the corner, organisers of The Classic & Sports Car Show have revealed the top two entrants per decade in its global poll to find the greatest supercar ever.
As voting for the top ten closes on August 31st, fans have only a matter of days left to get online and vote for the cars they want to see in the ‘A Century of Supercars’ feature at the show taking place from 28th to 30th October.
Once all the first-round votes are in, the winners from each category will be pitted against each other in a final showdown with voting taking place throughout September. All the finalists will be on show at the Alexandra Palace event, with the winner being revealed in a spectacular multi-million pound display.
Experts from Classic & Sports Car selected the initial shortlist of three game-changing contenders per decade including the iconic Lamborghini Miura, the monstrous Metallurgique and the record-breaking Bugatti Veyron to name just a few.
With hundreds of votes already cast, the top two contenders in each decade of the poll are as follows:
Up to 1914
Mercedes 1908 GP
Bugatti Type 43
Bentley 41/2-litre Blower
Bugatti Type 57SC
Alfa Romeo 8C 2900
Ferrari 166 Barchetta
Mercedes 300SL ‘Gullwing’
Ferrari 250GT SWB
Ford GT40 road car
Ferrari 288 GTO
Pagani Zonda C12
To vote, visit www.classicandsportscarshow.com/supercars and pick your favourite from each group between now and 31st August.
All votes will be entered into a ballot to win one of five pairs of Gold tickets, each pair worth £100 and include a host of benefits such as access to a dedicated lounge, early entry to the show and more.
James Elliott, Classic & Sports Car Group Editor: “The competition is really hotting up between these truly pioneering machines that have thrilled petrolheads for generations. It’s interesting to see which two cars are currently battling it out in each decade and I can’t wait to see the final top ten at the end of the month.
“Whichever of these icons are ultimately chosen for the display, the ‘A Century of Supercars’ feature is sure to be a crowd-pleaser for visitors of all ages.”
The Classic & Sports Car Show in 2016 will feature more than 300 of the world’s most prestigious classic cars from world-famous collectors and world-renowned classic car retailers. The event will also feature an auction from Coys and a Live Interview Stage in partnership with Goodwood Road & Racing.
A range of ticket packages, from general access to a limited number of premium tickets offering everything from fine dining to guided tours of the event, are available to purchase at www.classicandsportscarshow.com