Wednesday, July 23, 2014

David Gandy will be a contributor to The Classic Car Show

Jodie Kidd with David Gandy and his
1960 Mercedes-Benz 190SL
This vehicle was originally owned by R H Johnson, 
the founder of the Mercedes-Benz Club UK and it has been restored by Hilton & Moss
David Gandy has been announced alongside Bruno Senna, David Coulthard and Sir Stirling Moss as a contributor to prime-time global TV series capturing the passion, glamour, history and remarkable individuals in a multi-billion dollar world 'The Classic Car Show'
Other celebrity contributions will come from Tinie Tempah, Daisy Lowe, Graham Norton, Jessie J, Steve Coogan, Rob Brydon and Peter Jones.

Hitting screens in January 2015, the all new 13 x one-hour episodes will be hosted by international supermodel and racing driver, Jodie Kidd, and founding member of Top Gear and Britain’s most renowned classic car journalist, Quentin Willson.

The Classic Car Show is currently on location filming some of the world’s most prestigious and glamorous cars. Recent films include Jodie Kidd in a Jaguar XK120 at the Mille Miglia, Quentin Willson driving Keith Richards’ Ferrari 246 GT Dino on the French Riviera, Derek Bell in a Porsche 962 at Le Mans, a 1964 Brabham BT11 at the Monaco Historique and Bruno Senna putting 10 classics through their paces on the racetrack.

Globally distributed by Sony Pictures Television, The Classic Car Show is produced by Jim Wiseman and Stephanie Fox and will be formally launched at MIPCOM* in Cannes in October.

David Gandy, model and classic car enthusiast, commented:This is the car show I have always wanted. I think I was born in the wrong era – my style and the way I like to drive are far more suited to these classics.  You just don’t get that character and class with modern motors.

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