Held from 21-23 February 2020 at Warwickshire’s Stoneleigh Park, the show organisers plan to display F1 cars that raced back in 1950 as well as those World and Constructors Championship winning cars that are being raced today.
Show Director Lee Masters said: “Regardless of what type of motorsport you are into, there is no denying the power of F1 and the significant achievements that have been made, both on a technical and performance level.
“The Greatest Grid will showcase the work of Formula One drivers, designers, and engineers from most famous manufacturers such as Williams, McLaren, Lotus and Mercedes.”
The celebratory display will be part of the Hall of Fame, the centrepiece of the show, which will also host the Reis Live Stage with special guests and the Pride of the Paddock competition.
Reis Race Retro also boasts 250 specialist exhibitors as well as a two-day Competition and Classic Car Sale by Silverstone Auctions. With the Live Rally Stage in operation on Saturday and Sunday, there is plenty to entertain every motorsport fan.