The ever popular event has once again been organised by the Sevenoaks and District Motor Club and a host of vintage cars including a pre-1930 Bugatti 35B Grand Prix car, a pre-1940 Bentley Special, as well as a 1957 Ferrari Testa Rossa will be on show.

As will many others including a Formula 2 Cooper which was raced at the Palace in 1959 and won the London Trophy and various Lotus, Porsche and Aston Martin models. In fact, almost every conceivable type of racing car of various body types you can imagine.

The Sevenoaks Motor Club, in conjunction with Bromley Council, and in agreement with the MSA, has lengthened the course by moving back the start towards the paddock.

Last year's hugely successful event attracted more than 5,000 spectators to watch the competitors thunder round the demanding 700-metre sprint course, which takes in sections of the old track including the North Tower Crescent and part of the pre-war road-racing circuit. The natural amphitheatre shape of the course, along with the high Victorian terrace, makes this an ideal spectator venue.

The majority of entries and guest appearances will be from the original Crystal Palace racing era, 1927 to 1972, while there will also be modern-day vehicles including a new rally-class.

The addition of temporary crash barriers will add to the ambience and authenticity, while there will also be a large static display of old and new vehicles of various marques.

Gates open at 9am when practice starts with the racing proper getting on the grid at 1pm.

Spectators will have access to all areas including the opportunity of wandering around the paddock to take a closer look at the cars and having the chance to talk to many of the enthusiasts bringing the cars along, some of which will be just on display.

On-site catering will be available and tickets, which will be available only on the day at the gate, are priced at £7 for adults, and £3 for children and OAPS. Visit the Sevenoaks Motor Club's website on: if you want more details.