Motorclassica is Australia's premier collector and classic car and motorcycle event, taking place at the Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne on 12-14 October 2018.

Among the special events planned for this year is a tribute to Australia's most historic motor race, the Australian Grand Prix.

As the world's second oldest Grand Prix event, which has run almost continuously since its inception in 1928, the tribute will include a display of more than 20 significant cars from those nine decades, some of which are pictured below.

Australia's own 1980 world champion Alan Jones will also make regular appearances on the Motorclassica stage to talk about his father Stan's 1959 Australian Grand Prix victory and his own success in 1980, and more broadly about his Formula One career.

Alan and Stan Jones are the only Australian father-son combination to have both won the Australian Grand Prix.

Motorclassica 2018 tickets are on sale here. Use the code AGP2018 to save $9 on Adult General Admission tickets.

  • 1979 Williams FW07

  • 1963 Cooper T70 Climax

  • 1933 Singer Nine Sports

  • 1928 Austin 7 Sports

  • 1965 Lotus 39

  • 1977 Elfin MR8-BC

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