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We were delighted to host a celebration of the 75th anniversary of Ferrari, as well as a collection of car club displays, track parades, detailing demonstrations and restoration displays, alongside a retail and food village.
Thank you to our event partner, Charles Stanley Wealth Managers, who sponsored the Supercar Paddock & Drivers’ Lounge – and to the many supercar and classic car owners who entered their days for display.
Take a look at some of the event highlights here
Popular sports broadcaster, Steve Rider, returned to host the main stage over the weekend, with interviews with Enzo Ferrari biographer and motor racing journalist, Richard Williams and rock royalty and classic car enthusiast, Brian Johnson of AC/DC.
Located in the beautiful grounds of historic Stonor Park, Supercars & Classics Weekend was a glorious weekend celebration of supercars and classic cars, with displays on the front lawn celebrating supercars and classic cars.
Saturday 21st May: 10am – 7pm
Sunday 22nd May: 10am – 4pm
Address: Stonor Park, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 6HF
TRAVELLING TO STONOR
Please Note: If travelling on the M40, leave at J5 or J6 and avoid J4
Stonor is located in a beautiful valley in the midst of the Chiltern Hills between the M4 (J8/9) and the M40 (J6) on the B480 Henley-on-Thames – Watlington Road. Stonor is a 10-minute drive north from Henley, only an hour from West London, 40 minutes from Oxford and Heathrow and half an hour from Reading.
If you are approaching Stonor on the M40 motorway from the East and are using a Satellite Navigation system, please ignore any instructions to exit the motorway on either Junctions 4 as this will add up to an hour to your journey. Please only exit at Junction 5 or 6.
The nearest railway station is Henley-on-Thames and taxis are available from the Station.
Home to the Stonor family for over 850 years, Stonor Park is one of the oldest family homes still lived in today – but it’s no museum. As the oldest member of the Stonor family, the house has a thousand stories to tell. The lush parkland of Stonor is set in a dramatic, sweeping valley deep within the heart of the Chiltern Hills. Visitors are invited to explore our three gardens – from the ponds and fountains of the 17th Century Italianate Pleasure Garden to the old Kitchen Garden designed and nurtured by Lady Camoys and the eclectically treed Arboretum. It’s a truly mesmerizing setting.