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Donington Grand Prix Collection
Donington Park
Castle Donington

Derby
Derbyshire

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The largest collection of Grand Prix Racing Cars in the world. Over 130 exhibits portraying motor sport history from the early 1900's to the present day.

Famous cars and drivers including the Ferrari 500 (the most successful chassis ever) driven by Alberto Ascari, Tazio Nuvolari's Maserati 8CM, the Lotus 25 driven by Jim Clark, Mansell's Red 5 Williams and Senna's McLaren in which he won the 1993 European Grand Prix at Donington Park.

The Collection includes the largest public displays of McLaren and Williams cars and the biggest collection of drivers' helmets in the World.

Nowhere in the world could you find the only complete set of Vanwalls, the twin engined Alfa Romeo Bimotore and the 6 wheel Tyrrell all under one roof.

Incorporated in the collection is the Senna Fangio Conference Centre - multi-purpose corporate facilities for up to 180 delegates catering for conferences, meetings, dinners, presentations, product launches and team building.

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Months Open: All year except Christmas and New Year
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes - free
Admission Price: Adult: 7; Child: 2.50
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Restaurant

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