These are the supercars you can expect to see on London's streets tonight as part of the Gumball 3000 rally. The vehicles are making their way down from Scotland before taking part in the London event.
Spectators will also be treated to live music, car displays and extreme sports as part of the festival. 120 supercars are taking part in the event, which will see Regent Street closed this evening.
The annual Gumball 3000 rally race returns to the capital today as Regent Street is turned into a Gumball Festival.
The motor rally, which is in its 15th year, features a host of celebrities driving some of the world's rarest vehicles. David Hasselhoff , Deadmau5 and Tony Hawk are some of the names taking part this year's event.
The race runs across 3000 miles from Miami to Ibiza with stops in cities including New York, Edinburgh and Paris. Today's event will features extreme sports, live music and car displays before the racers arrive.
Veteran car fanatics converged on Hyde Park this morning for the annual London to Brighton car run.
Every vehicle that took part had been made before 1905.
One owner even brought his car all the way from Argentina.
Sharon Thomas reports.
An annual veteran car rally began in Hyde Park today.
The event attracts entrants from all over the globe and for the owners of these highly valuable veteran cars it represents a rare opportunity to take their extraordinary automobiles on the historic 60-mile run from Hyde Park in central London to the seafront of Brighton in Sussex.
Around 80 cars spanning nine decades have gone on display today ahead of an auction tomorrow.
Worth around three million pounds, the cars range from a 1917 Fiat to a 2004 Ferrari and will go under the hammer at a Bonhams auctio,n at the RAF Museum at Hendon in north west London.
The vehicles include a rare 1958 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster that has been in a private collection since 2005 and which could fetch as much as £500,000.
A 28-year-old from London has become Britain's worst driver after failing his driving theory test 107 times.
He's so far spent more than £3,000 trying to pass the test, which includes a 57 minute multiple choice examination and a hazard perception test.
Motorists must pass both before they can sit a practical test.