Last month the Silverstone Classic celebrated its silver jubilee - so what better way to mark its 25th birthday than looking at the iconic event in numbers?
July 24-26 would see the Northamptonshire Grand Prix venue host its biggest and best event yet. And these handy figures will arm you with all you need...
12 - Sunday date in August you should get your Sky+ set for to relive the highlights of the Classic. It’s being screened for the first time at 8pm on ITV4, before airing a further three times
20 - amount of classic races across the historical spectrum this year
25 - number of years the event celebrated last month. It was Britain’s first-ever historic car racing festival when it launched
40 - height in metres of Jet Village Green’s giant wheel (that’s 131ft 2in in old money) affording panoramic vistas over Silverstone, included in the price of an admission ticket
42 - amount of hours’ motoring entertainment being served up over the three days
44 - this year showcased an unparalleled number of entries, dating from the nostalgic 3-litre era of Formula One
53 - number of years Saturday’s headlining act Status Quo (again part of the admission price) have been rocking all over the world - originally as The Scorpions
75 - years since the world-famous Battle of Britain, which is being marked by two special races and a memorial flypast
92 - age of the oldest lady racing at the event - a 1923 Bentley competed in the Pre-War Sports Car section (Kidston Trophy)
95 - number of trophies up for grabs across class and race competitors over the three days
106 - number of seconds (plus 0.712 seconds) it took for a Jaguar XJR14 to beat the Classic’s lap record two years ago
120 - record number of car organisations and clubs who exhibited their automotive gems this time out
150 - amount of outlets shopaholics enjoyed at the Classic’s Shopping Village. Motoring-themed memorabilia, models, toys, literature, books, art, photos, vintage clothing and restoration services among the goodies on offer
1,125 - number of entrants in 2014, making it historically the world’s largest-ever race meet of any kind
10,000 - record amount of privately-owned classic motors, expected in 2015
100,000 - attendance figure the event is expected to break for the first time in its history
2,550,000 - estimated amount of pounds being splashed out on key race vehicles at Thursday’s pre-event Silverstone Auctions (July 23)
6,400,000 - estimated amount of pounds being splashed out on classic vehicles at Silverstone Auctions during the weekend
*All stats are provided by the press team at the Silverstone Classic.