Gallery: World’s most expensive cars park up outside Dublin’s Mansion House
Some of the world’s most expensive cars were on show today at the Mansion House in Dublin as they arrived in Ireland ahead of the Irish Festival of Speed this weekend in Limerick.
The four cars; a 1936 ERA R10B worth in excess of €1.5million, a 1935 ERA R5B “Remus” worth in excess of €1.5million, Aston Martin Works Ulster 1935 Team LM 21 worth €2million and owned by Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason and a 1934 MG PB Supercharged, are all en route to the Festival, which takes place on Saturday and Sunday the 3rd and 4th August at the Limerick Racecourse.
There was a mix of journalists, photographers and curious onlookers crowded around the Mansion House this morning as the cars gleamed in all their glory.
The Festival of Speed will feature demonstrations and exhibitions from all things motorsport from 1930’s Grand Prix cars up to modern day supercars. It will include rally cars, vintage and classic cars, motorcycles and air displays across the weekend.
There will be sprint racing across both days on the track, skydivers, stunt motorbike riding and a Supercar Paddock including Ferrari, Maserati and Porsche Clubs.
Tickets for the event are available at for €20 for a day ticket or €28.50 for a weekend ticket, with a family ticket priced at €60 per day. For more information on this year’s Irish Festival of Speed click here.