Last year's Goodwood Festival of Speed 'hill climb' winners, Chevron Cars Limited and the Chevron GT3, will be competing at this year's Cholmondeley Pageant of Power in Cheshire this weekend.
Chevron's GT4 will also take part in the tribute laps on Friday afternoon before the GT3 enters the first of eight 'Sports Racing Cars' time trials scheduled to take place during the three-day festival of motor sport.
In addition, Chevron Cars Limited will be showcasing the British marque's current Chevron GT, GT3 and GT4 models throughout the weekend at the event, with the cars on display on the Chevron stand in The Paddock.
Visit the Chevron stand in The Paddock to see these cars on display, and to find out more about the team and the Chevron GT range.
Chevron driver Anthony Reid, a 15-time British Touring Car Championship race winner and 24 Hours of Le Mans podium finisher, will be available at the Chevron stand for autograph sessions, as will local Nantwich driver Jordan Witt.
“We are very much looking forward to the Cholmondeley Pageant of Power and having the opportunity to compete against other highly prestigious marques at this fantastic celebration of motor sport,” Chevron Cars Ltd owner David Witt said.
“It is also our 'home event' as the Chevron Cars workshop is based just down the road in Crewe. We will be aiming to replicate, on the 1.2 mile course at Cholmondeley, the same success we had with the Chevron GT3 at the Goodwood Festival of Speed last year.”