Examples of every F1 Lotus designed - that's 35 historic GP cars - are converging from around the world, to be together for the first time ever.
Hazel Chapman, widow of Lotus founder Colin Chapman, will open the Classic Team Lotus F1 Pavilion, which will displaythe historic Lotuses - though the majority of the F1 cars will also be demonstrated on track.
The T127 will be demonstrated on track, by special dispensation of the F1 governing body (as 'testing' is banned in F1) - this will be the first run for a current Lotus F1 car in Norfolk since 1994. After its demo, the Lotus F1 car will head straight off to the European GP at Valencia, which will mark Lotus's 500th Grand Prix.
Other highlights of the event include the full range of Lotus road cars, and two Lotus race series.