Melbourne’s Motorclassica event will be back in October, staged once more at the city’s iconic Royal Exhibition Building.
To be held over the October 23-25 weekend, this year’s event will follow a 2014 show that saw a record crowd of 20,000 people and a rotating display of more than 500 vehicles.
For 2015, Motorclassica will again host more than 100 cars and 50 motorcycles in the main hall, 200 unique cars each day in the grounds, and a special focus on the supercar.
“Supercars feature heavily among the interests of all car enthusiasts, so at Motorclassica 2015 we’ll be celebrating 50 years of Supercars which began with the legendary Lamborghini Miura,” Paul Mathers, Motorclassica Event Director said.
A special tribute display will also be given over to Ferrari, celebrating the Dino badge’s 50th anniversary.
As with the 2014 show, select contemporary models will also be on display, making the most of Motorclassica’s position as one of Australia’s largest motor shows.
“There is simply nothing like Motorclassica in Australia and that’s why it’s recognised as our premier event internationally, and why it continues to succeed while many automotive exhibitions here don’t,” Mr Mathers said.
The Australian International Concours d’Elegance will again be held at Motorclassica, along with the Collector Club & Memorabilia Auction.
Those in town on the Thursday before the event (October 22) will also be able to keep an eye out for the Tour Classica, which will see a number of Motorclassica exhibitors drive in convoy through Melbourne’s CBD on their way to the event.
Head to www.motorclassica.com.au for more on the 2015 show.