Le Mans legends to attend Hexagon’s annual charity dinner
Hexagon Modern Classic’s annual charity dinner will return once again this summer with a new venue and a new theme, ensuring the 2016 evening will be the biggest and best yet.
Having moved from their previous premises (where the inaugural Total 911 Awards were hosted) over the winter, Hexagon’s new site at 82-92 Great North Road in London will play host to the opulent evening where the great and the good of the automotive world are sure to attend.
This year the theme is ‘Classic Le Mans’ and the special Q&A panel will feature not two but three Porsche Le Mans legends. Joining British heroes, Richard Attwood and Derek Bell on stage will be none other than Jacky Icxk.
Between them, the trio have an incredible 12 Le Mans victories (ten of which came in Weissach machinery, from 917s to 962s) and will share their experiences from the iconic French endurance race during the charity dinner on Tuesday 5 July.
Mark Blundell – the 1992 24 Hours of Le Mans winner – will also join the Porsche legends for the Q&A at the evening, hosted by Natalie Pinkham (of Sky F1 coverage fame).
Tickets for the evening cost £185 and include dinner, drinks and canapés, while there will also be special auctions. Proceeds from the night will raise money for charity, including Great Ormand Street Hospital (a cause close to the heart of Hexagon founder, Paul Michaels).
To book your place, email firstname.lastname@example.org now.