Win a pair of Donington Historic Festival Tickets

Whether you are long-time car enthusiast or if you’ve never seen a historic racing car in your life, you’ll find plenty to entertain you at the Donington Historic Festival. Lucky for you we’re offering 3 readers the chance to win a pair of three-day weekend tickets to the 2020 Donington Historic Festival, one of the UKs premier classic motorsport events. 

This year’s unmissable event will be celebrating its 10th year, come along and watch the iconic machines fighting it out on track, spectators can wander round the race paddocks and enjoying free access and getting up close to the cars and stars. There are always plenty of off-track attractions too, with an extensive display of classic cars from the dozens of car clubs that create a ‘living motoring museum’ right in the heart of the infield.

The Donington Historic Festival is a must attend event for any classic motorsport fan. You’ll see wonderful racing cars from many eras, from the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s and be able to get up close to the cars and drivers, in a very relaxed environment. It’s very cool.

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets, simply tell us what your favourite racing car is and why.  The more you tell us the more likely you are to win, that’s how it works…good luck.

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Good luck.

We look forward to seeing you at the Donington Historic Festival!


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11 comments on "Win a pair of Donington Historic Festival Tickets"

  • Mrs donna musk says:

    Abalier touring car gsi ,
    Why ? The love of the 90s vauxhall cars

  • Sean Driscoll says:

    Ever since they were current cars I have loved AC Cobras, especially the racing versions s it would have to be on of them…

  • Will Wynn says:

    I believe this is the first time the 1937 Type ‘C’ Auto-Union has been chosen on here. Extra points for such a unique car. 1937 Type ‘C’ Auto-Union. The winners for this competition will be announced next month, make sure you’re following us on social media @mycarheaven to stay up to date. We will also be sharing content from this event on our youtube channel – subscribe to our channel to make sure you don’t miss out.

  • Silverdave says:

    Imagine you are already travelling at 150mph in fifth gear and a prod of the loud pedal provokes instantaneous wheel-spin! An astonishing car, handled by exceptional men over 80years ago at the Donington Grand Prix….the 1937 Type ‘C’ Auto-Union.

  • Chris says:

    Supercharged 1930s Bentley.

  • Steve Morrey says:

    My son normal marshal at the Donington historic festival, but this year we will be going to watch together, after telling him hes got to watch the mini coopers do battle with the big boys, they may lose it on the straight, but you know at the next bend they will be down the inside, with the drivers hands doing a dance on the steering wheel, and the rear inside wheel up in the air, real racing at it’s best

  • Alan Patrick says:

    Although not an actual racing car, the sight of a driver wrestling with the wheel of a Mk7 Jaguar, a vehicle designed to transport the gentry in luxury, in a historic saloon car race is a glimpse of the motor racing of a bygone age. I much prefer it to the sport of today.

  • Bryan Evans says:

    Jim Clarks Lotus 25 is my favourite racing car. What he achieved with this car in 1963 is truly amazing and will always stand out in record books forever more.
    A visit to his Museum is a definite must do for any racing fan.

  • Brain says:

    This is a strange one but when I was 5 years old my mum and dad took me to see the Lombard rac rally at Blenheim palace and I have a picture of a triumph tr7…. My Dad said I was so excited and I believe if they hadn’t taken me I would love racing and cars as much as I do today.

  • Geoff Gammon says:

    Lotus and the hey days of Jim Clark. Which model? Well, so many to choose from, I guess start with the Lotus 49 when Jim Clark won on the cars debut in 1967, and it provided him with his last ever win in a Formula 1 car. But add in models such as the Lotus 25, 32, 33….the list is endless, and it makes you realise the genius of Colin Chapman. When one thinks of the budgets they worked with in the 1960/70’s and compare that with to days Formula 1 Teams! The Coventry Climax engine was so successful, and beautifully developed over many years. It is the appearance of cars from that Era and the fact it was hands on expertise to win races. So sad that Jim Clark died in 1968 aged only 32. It is the names and all of the cars from that period. A time when a driver got into a car knowing full well that fatal accidents were common place. I would love to think that winning tickets might enable me to meet some of the drivers from that Era, although sadly there are not many left.

  • Laurence Bucknall says:

    The lotus 79 F1 car the first championship winning ground effect car. What a car.

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