There will be plenty to interest all the family at the Regent Street Motor Show. As well as passenger rides in 'future' cars, members of the public can challenge the former Stig (from the BBC series Top Gear) in an inter-active quiz on the British Gas stand. On the RAC stand they can 'drive' an ECO simulator, be photographed with a Lewis Hamilton lookalike and have the chance of winning a true classic British car - a 1969 MGB Roadster
During the 60-year reign of Her Majesty the Queen, many iconic cars were made – including the Aston Martin DB9, the Jaguar E-Type, the Mini, the Lotus Elan, McLaren F1 and the Ford Cortina (which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year). To find the UK's favourite British car of this period, Dennis the publisher of Octane, Evo and Auto Express magazines has launched an online poll, where you can cast your vote! Visit: www.evo.co.uk/FavouriteBritishCarSurvey
All vehicles featured in the poll will be displayed on Regent Street, with the nation's favourite car unveiled by Coronation Street and Hollyoaks actor, Tony Hirst. One lucky person chosen at random from those who voted for the highest-polled car will be treated to a special VIP day at the Regent Street Motor Show.
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For further details visit: www.regentstreetmotorshow.com
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