Sunday 12th September, 2021
Celebrate the life of renowned and much loved British Race driver Stirling Moss and the first President of the Brooklands Trust Members as we bring you a day of demonstrations on the Finishing Straight and the opportunity to view an incredible selection of cars that he drove, in the more than two decades of his career.
It was said, that if it had wheels, Stirling would race it, and that includes a ride-on lawnmower and his personal race-kart. Iconic vehicles making an appearance include his 1954 OSCA, 1959 Cooper Monaco, 1961 Ferrari 250GT, and the Lotus 18 that he used to great effect to win the Monaco Grand Prix in 1961, against the might of the new Ferraris.
Take a nostalgic step back in time and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the 1950’s style paddock. See over 30 of Stirling’s cars, meet their owners, and enjoy the displays and parades at this one-off dedicated event. The vehicle parades will take place at 11am and 2pm.
There’ll be live entertainment, food stands, and hospitality as well as the rest of the Museum to enjoy.
The Mercedes-Benz racing sports car 300 SLR “722”, driven by Stirling Moss and Denis Jenkinson and going on to win the Mille Miglia 1955, will be available to visit in Mercedes-Benz World (located next door to Brooklands Museum) throughout Sunday 12th September. Get up-close to this legendary car and hear about its history at one of the specialist talks by the Mercedes-Benz World team. No need to pre-book, talks take place on the hour between 11am and 4pm.
Plan your visit
12th September, 10am - 4pm
This is a premium event*
Senior (65+)/Student £20.25
Child (5-16, under 5 FREE) £9.95
Family 1 adult (& up to 3 children) £32.20
Family 2 adults (& up to 3 children) £53.45
* Ticket prices include a 10% voluntary donation which enables us to reclaim tax on the whole ticket price under Gift Aid. You can choose not to include the donation when you buy your tickets.
Visitor parking will be in The Heights off Wellington Way - please follow event signage on the day.
Step-free access around site
Assistance dogs only are admitted on site.
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