2021 Bremont Stonor Supercar Sunday – this weekend
The great reopening continues. This Sunday, 4 July 2021, Stonor House will be the stunning backdrop for some 400 supercars and classics gathering in the grounds of the historic country estate for this year’s Stonor Supercar Sunday, an event supported by Bremont, the British watchmaker based in nearby Henley-on-Thames.
The big news this year – other than the fact we can meet outside again and talk cars, hooray! – is that a highlight of the day will be a group of 1930s Alfa Romeo 8Cs on display at the front of the house. Around 10 cars are expected.
Other makes and models to be celebrated include the Lamborghini Countach, 50 years old this year, American muscle cars – well, it is Independence Day – the Jaguar E-type, now in its 60th year, Ferraris and well-known classics with famous lady owners. Lady Penelope, your time has come.
It’s an event we always like and one with which we are delighted to be associated. See our coverage of the 2019 Stonor Supercar Sunday HERE. It was a great day out amongst many like-minded people and we are certain this year’s running will be just as entertaining.
Gates open at 11am; proceedings close with a noisy Grand Depart of the supercars around 5pm.
Advance Adult tickets cost just £20 (plus booking fee). Children’s tickets for those aged 6-16 years old are priced at £15 while even younger visitors are treated to free entry. There is also a limited number of Premium Experience tickets priced at £95. These offer access to Priority Parking and the Premium Lounge, and come with a Luxury Picnic Box designed specially by one of the country’s leading celebrity chefs: Tom Kerridge, Jason Atherton or Rick Stein.