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We are working closely with a select group of partners, sponsors and supporters, to build this prestigious annual event into a highlight of the international historic racing calendar. In particular, we would like to thank the following for their dedicated and enthusiastic support.

From the dawn of Donington in the 1930s through to the modern era, Dunlop has been part of the history of Donington. We are proud partners of the Historic Festival and thank our many teams for racing with Dunlop. We look forward to playing a role in the continued growth of this great event.

Leading historic race organiser Motor Racing Legends runs the Royal Automobile Club Woodcote Trophy, Stirling Moss Trophy, Historic Touring Car Challenge (HTCC) and Pre-War Sports Car Series.

Historic Promotions is a prestigious historic motorsport, motoring, aviation and military events company, promoting events such as the Donington Historic Festival, Flywheel and the International Historic Motoring Awards and also providing event direction services for clients such as the Bournemouth Wheels Festival.

Donington Park is one of the world’s premier racing circuits, and host to major events throughout the year on both a national and international scale, including the World Superbike Championship, British Touring Car Championship, British Superbike Championship, Donington Historic Festival and Classic Motorcycle Festival among many others.
Donington also offers year-round event space for conferences, exhibition, corporate days, driving experiences and track days.
The Donington Park Exhibition and Conference Centre is the largest indoor events hall in the East Midlands with over 4,400 square metres of space and enjoying a capacity of up to 6,000 people. In addition, Donington Park offers a range of corporate hospitality packages in its suites overlooking the World-class circuit for one-day events, regular meetings or annual hire.
On site is the Donington Grand Prix Collection, the world’s largest showcase of Grand Prix racing cars displaying more than 130 vehicles including those driven by Nuvolari, Mansell, Prost, Moss, Senna, Fangio and Stewart. It is also home to the largest collection of McLaren and Williams racing cars in the World outside of their respective factories, as well as the growing Wheatcroft Military Collection.