Porter Press is working closely with Lord Hesketh on the full, uncensored history of his team, which is set to be published later this year.
Sir Jackie Stewart is aiming to attend as his 'Race Against Dementia' is the event's charity partner.
They will be joined by Peter Stevens, who has had an extraordinary career as an automotive designer that has seen him work with Lotus, Lamborghini, MG Rover, Prodrive, BMW and many others. He also designed the body for Gordon Murray’s sensational McLaren F1 hypercar and is currently writing the complete story of another of his high-performance landmarks – the Jaguar XJR-15.
Complementing the literary aspects of the event will be an amazing selection of motoring art, with leading artists displaying and selling their work, together with vendors of prints and evocative period photographs.
Philip Porter said: ‘This is an idea I had in principle about three years ago but the pandemic put everything on hold. Now we are raring to go and I hope this will build and build as a significant annual event on the motoring calendar. We are aiming to have content to appeal to a wide spread of motoring enthusiasts.’