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The Donnington Park Grand Prix Exhibition


The Donington Grand Prix Exhibition, located at Castle Donnington in Leicestershire, is, quite simply, the largest collection of Grand Prix racing cars in the world. Five halls, with over 130 exhibits, illustrate the history of motor sport from the turn of the 20th century. Cars include examples driven by such famous names as Nuvolari, Mansell, Prost, Moss, Senna, Fangio, Clark and Stewart.

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The F1 and racing car museum houses the largest collection of McLaren racing cars in the world, and the only complete collection of Vanwalls. Notable exhibits include the 1936 twin engined 500 bhp Alfa Romeo Bimotore which has a top speed of 200mph, Jim Clark's World Championship winning Lotus 25, the 'howling' flat 12 Ferrari 312B, and Stirling Moss's Lotus, in which he defeated the might of the Ferrari works team in the 1961 Monaco Grand Prix.

The museum was formed by the lateTom Wheatcroft in March 1973 and is based on Wheatcroft's personal collection of vehicles. These include some that Wheatcroft's own motor racing team ran for drivers such as Roger Wiliamson and Derek Bell, although many cars exhibited are on loan from other owners. Various external collections of automobilia and motor racing ephemera have been donated to the museum over the years.

Open 7 days a week from 10,00am to 5.00 pm.
Last admission 4.00 pm.

Adults £10.00* 
Children 6yr - 16yr £4.00*
Children Under 6 - Free
OAP / Student £8.00*
Family Ticket £20.00* (Two adults and up to three children)

* Includes a free souvenir guide