Ferraris, Fiats, Maseratis, Lamborghinis Abarths, Bizzarrinis, De Tomasos, Innocentis, Morettis and Siatas are just a few of the classics that will star at Brooklands 28th Auto Italia day on 4 May.
Anyone arriving in a Latin-built car can become part of the event by parking in their model’s display area, while also having the opportunity to take to the Brooklands test hill and tackle Mercedes-Benz World’s handling circuit.
This year’s meet will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Alfa Romeo Giulia Bertone coupé, with 30 plots available for the model.
Reduced priced tickets can be bought from the Brooklands Museum shop website. Entry on the day costs £15 for adults, £14 for seniors and £6 for children (aged 5-16), while under 5s go free.