Lord Pembroke's Veyron leads supercars into Wilton House

| 13 Nov 2010

Well over 100 exotics descended on Lord Pembroke's manicured lawns for the second Supercars at Wilton House on 14 August, after a thrashing around nearby Thruxton circuit.The multi-million-pound convoy headed by Lord Pembroke's Bugatti Veyron comprised of Pagani Zondas, Koenigseggs, Ferraris F40, F50 and Enzo, Ascaris, a Porsche Carrera GT, a Merc SLS, a Morgan AeroMax and a Skelta.Awards went to Peter Saywell's Zonda for Engineering Excellence and Andy Bruce's McLaren F1 GTR, which raced in Japan, for Car of the Show."Being a petrolhead myself, this is the sort of event that I would love to go to and I think everyone has been having a whale of a time. And hopefully we're going to make some great money for Salisbury District Hospital's Stars Appeal, Caring 4 Kids," said Lord Pembroke, whose first car was a Ford Puma!