Silverstone Classic 2021 - PistonHeads Club eligibility list

Silverstone Classic 2021 - PistonHeads Club eligibility list

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Ben Lowden

Original Poster:

3,153 posts

143 months

PH Marketing Bloke

Thursday 11th March
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In order to park in the PistonHeads club display area at the Silverstone Classic, you will need to drive a car on the following eligibility list. Prices start at £55 for TWO people!

Once you've confirmed your car is on the list below, visit the event website here and access the car club display packages (not general admission) using our exclusive booking code: 2020CCD065 and then add yourself to our Wiki page here.

If you've got a car you think should be eligible that's not on the list, then post below or drop me a PM.

All classic cars pre-80
Abarth (All)
Alfa Romeo 4C, 8C, Guilia/Stelvio Quadrifoglio
Alpina (All)
Alpine (All)
Ariel Atom
Aston Martin (All)
Audi R8, S/RS range
BMW i8, M range, M1xxi/M2xxi, Z3/Z4
Bentley (All)
Bugatti (All)
Caterham (All)
Dodge Viper
Ferrari (All)
Fiat Coupe 20v
Ford Mustang, ST/RS range
Ginetta (All)
Honda NSX, S2000, Type R range
Hyundai i30N
Jaguar F-Type, R/RS
Kit Cars (at our discretion)
Lamborghini (All)
Lancia Delta, Stratos
Land Rover Defender
Lexus LFA, IS F, GS F, RC F, LC 500
Lotus (All)
Mini (All classics)
MINI John Cooper Works, GP
Maserati (All)
Mazda MX-5, RX-7, RX-8
McLaren (All)
Mercedes AMG range
Mitsubishi Evo
Morgan (All)
Nissan 350Z, 370Z, Skyline, GT-R
Noble (All)
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Peugeot GTI range, RCZR
Porsche (All)
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Renaultsport (All)
Rolls Royce (All)
Seat Cupra range
Skoda vRS range
Subaru BRZ, Impreza WRX/STI, Forester STI, Legacy STI
Suzuki Ignis/Swift Sport
TVR (All)
Toyota Supra, GT86, MR2, GR Yaris, Yaris GRMN
Vauxhall Monaro, VXR, VX220
Volkswagen GTI/R/R32
Volvo 850R, Polestar
Zenos (All)

wolfie28

318 posts

110 months

Thursday 11th March
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Still up for this. Fingers crossed eh.

Ali Hubbard

12 posts

86 months

Friday 12th March
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Looking forward to it.

Truckosaurus

8,390 posts

250 months

Saturday 13th March
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Any chance of a discount code for PHers who have been members for 20 years but not lucky enough to have a 'worthy' motorcar?

Ben Lowden

Original Poster:

3,153 posts

143 months

PH Marketing Bloke

Monday 15th March
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bungle said:
err, what am I doing wrong here?

£47 for 2 people as per above. I tried booking 2 Adult tickets for Sunday, £53 each, added the code (it was accepted) but £0 discount, so £106 for 2 people not £47.

Am I being thick?
Sorry I could have made this clearer – when you land on the booking page, you need to select car club packages and not general admission. The prices are from £47 for two people, which is for Friday – Saturday and Sunday are a bit more expensive.

Skylinecrazy said:
Code doesn’t work here either.
Did you try that for general admission tickets or the car club packages? I've just tested it now and works fine for me.

Ben Lowden

Original Poster:

3,153 posts

143 months

PH Marketing Bloke

Monday 15th March
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Truckosaurus said:
Any chance of a discount code for PHers who have been members for 20 years but not lucky enough to have a 'worthy' motorcar?
Not at the moment I'm afraid, the discounted packages are just for cars eligible to park in our club space. Were you thinking of bringing your classic Mini? I'll add that to the list now!

bungle

1,867 posts

206 months

Monday 15th March
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Ben Lowden said:
bungle said:
err, what am I doing wrong here?

£47 for 2 people as per above. I tried booking 2 Adult tickets for Sunday, £53 each, added the code (it was accepted) but £0 discount, so £106 for 2 people not £47.

Am I being thick?
Sorry I could have made this clearer – when you land on the booking page, you need to select car club packages and not general admission. The prices are from £47 for two people, which is for Friday – Saturday and Sunday are a bit more expensive.
Gotcha - will try again later, thanks.

RJH777

72 posts

8 months

Monday 15th March
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Probably being thick here, is that any form of Jag F Type and/or another kind of Jag R or only an F Type R?

Truckosaurus

8,390 posts

250 months

Monday 15th March
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Ben Lowden said:
Were you thinking of bringing your classic Mini? I'll add that to the list now!
Sadly it is only running a 5 litre fuel tank you would take all week to make the journey biggrin

I shall resign myself to buying a muggle ticket.

Ben Lowden

Original Poster:

3,153 posts

143 months

PH Marketing Bloke

Monday 15th March
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RJH777 said:
Probably being thick here, is that any form of Jag F Type and/or another kind of Jag R or only an F Type R?
No worries but yes, any F Type or any R/RS Jaguar model.

Truckosaurus said:
Sadly it is only running a 5 litre fuel tank you would take all week to make the journey biggrin

I shall resign myself to buying a muggle ticket.
Now that would take a long time! Must buy an eligible car (or bigger fuel tank for the Mini) for next year hehe

RJH777

72 posts

8 months

Monday 15th March
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Ben Lowden said:
RJH777 said:
Probably being thick here, is that any form of Jag F Type and/or another kind of Jag R or only an F Type R?
No worries but yes, any F Type or any R/RS Jaguar model.

Excellent, that's the birthday weekend sorted then. Now to try and persuade the missus that she wants to come with me and spend 2 days watching cars!

bungle

1,867 posts

206 months

Tuesday 16th March
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bungle said:
Ben Lowden said:
Sorry I could have made this clearer – when you land on the booking page, you need to select car club packages and not general admission. The prices are from £47 for two people, which is for Friday – Saturday and Sunday are a bit more expensive.
Gotcha - will try again later, thanks.
Done, booked for Friday, and updated wiki beer

(but £7.50 handling fee... rolleyes.... shoot....argue )

tonymor

1,247 posts

138 months

Tuesday 16th March
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Is a 2011 e89 zed4 eligible?

ncjones

179 posts

181 months

Tuesday 16th March
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Loved sound of this.

Checked list.... either car eligible bounce

Go to book.....dates clash with family wedding banghead

bungle

1,867 posts

206 months

Wednesday 17th March
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@Ben, what's the "Car Club Code"? (requested by Silverstone post-booking to register the car I'll be bringing to display).

Ben Lowden

Original Poster:

3,153 posts

143 months

PH Marketing Bloke

Wednesday 17th March
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tonymor said:
Is a 2011 e89 zed4 eligible?
Go on then, I'll add to the list!

bungle said:
@Ben, what's the "Car Club Code"? (requested by Silverstone post-booking to register the car I'll be bringing to display).
That should be our discount code 2020CCD065.

DD3566

30 posts

40 months

Tuesday 23rd March
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Is there any way to upgrade my ticket package? Originally booked in for the saturday only but would quite like to attend for the whole weekend now

lezdix

427 posts

122 months

Wednesday 24th March
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DD3566 said:
Is there any way to upgrade my ticket package? Originally booked in for the saturday only but would quite like to attend for the whole weekend now
I've changed a booking in the past OK. There's a number to ring if you need to change detail (like car reg etc.) I think I rang that.
Tickets have moved to Silverstone ticketing from the previous supplier.
I can't see them saying "No we don't want any more money off you" smile

Try: https://tickets.silverstone.co.uk/ and use the log in/account button (V small at top right)

I managed to grab this off their web site (it was a holding screen as my booking was loading)

Please refer to your email confirmation to view your booking details or if you require further assistance contact our customer service team enquiries@silverstone.co.uk

+44 (0) 1483 524 424

NJ72

177 posts

64 months

Monday 29th March
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All being well I'll be booking my tickets later today biggrin

2010 RX8 R3

Truckosaurus

8,390 posts

250 months

Tuesday 30th March
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Truckosaurus said:
I shall resign myself to buying a muggle ticket.
The good people of Silverstone have sent me a reminder to book at the price increases on Thursday.

Just looked at the 'early bird' price - £105 for one person for the 3-day ticket (you can't even save by only going on 2 days as Sat and Sunday day tickets comes to £120)

I don't mind paying to attend events but that's just taking the Michael.

At that price I'm going to wait until the week before and see what the weather is doing.