Greatest supercar of all time to be named at upcoming show
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The world's greatest supercar is set to be decided at the Classic and Sports Car Show, which takes place at Alexandra Palace in October.
The organisers behind the show are hosting a global poll to find out which is the most popular high-performance car – and there are an awful lot to choose from.
There are already a few notable cars battling for the lead, including the Bugatti Veyron, Ferrari F40 and Mercedes 60hp.
Taking into account vehicles from as far back as 1914, the survey is set to decide once and for all which is the world's favourite supercar.
With three lead contenders chosen for each age group by experts from Classic and Sports Car, web users are able to vote for their favourite online.
All votes made are also entered into a ballot, with the chosen entry winning one of five pairs of gold tickets. These give entry to the show as well as dedicated lounge access and a host of other treats.
James Elliott, Classic and Sports Car Group Editor, said: "It's hugely exciting that we will be naming the greatest supercar of all time at The Classic and Sports Car Show this autumn. We've burned the midnight oil to come up with probably the most in-depth list of supercars ever compiled – a true century of pioneering machines.
"There are some incredible icons, from household names such as Ferrari, Lamborghini and Bugatti – but also some of the more unsung heroes of the pursuit of going as fast as possible. I can't wait to see what people vote for from each decade and it's going to be a real show-stopped bringing the finalists to Alexandra Palace this autumn."