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Gallery: The 2021 Earls Court Motor Show

17th September 2021
Andrew Willis

A motor show within a motor show, you say? It may sound a touch meta, but the Earls Court exhibitions at Goodwood Revival are often worth the entrance fee alone. This year, the motor show element of the space offers a peek at some fascinating on-going Aston Martin Works restorations, with several genius engineers from Newport Pagnell bringing motorsport beauty back to life right in front of your eyes. 

There’s also plenty of fully finished vehicles to ogle within the red-carpeted space from the likes of Ford – with a particularly lovely homologation GT40 sat looking as purposeful as ever – along with a whole host of Minis spanning all eras. From the glory days of the mid-’60s, right up to the latest all-electric tech.

Not only a place to be enjoyed if the heavens decide to open – not likely on this superb mid-September morning – the Earls Court Motor Show brings an element of calm sophistication to an otherwise raucous historic race event. Enjoy the gallery.

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