On Thursday 29th May 2014, the charities Aspire and Hope for Tomorrow will be hosting a very special dinner celebrating the Le Mans 24 Hour Race - the most famous endurance race in the world - and the Eagle Speedster will be on display.
Taking place at the Clothworkers Hall, London, this event places some amazing cars on display alongside the Speedster, including the Lindner Nocker Low Drag E-Type 1964 Le Mans, C-Type Jaguar 1953 Ecurie Ecosse, D-Type Jaguar OKV1 (the first works D-Type), and Martin Brundle's winning Silk Cut XJR 12 Jaguar. As well as these amazing Jaguars, you can also see examples from Bentley, Maserati and Ferrari.
In addition to a French inspired three course menu and some fine wines, there is a question and answer sessions with some prestigious motor racing drivers, including 5-times Le Mans winner and Patron of Hope for Tomorrow Derek Bell MBE, Charity Patron, Formula One and racing car driver and television presenter Martin Brundle, Le Mans and Touring car driver Win Percy, and member of the original E-Type development team and official E-Type test/development driver, Norman Dewis.
We are looking forward to meeting those of you that are attending.
Further information can be found here.