WARRNAMBOOL Motor Museum and Kruizin Classics Car Club are combining to deliver a special attraction for the club's fourth show at the Melbourne to Warrnambool Cycling Classic on Saturday.
The newest edition of the show will feature the museum's Formula One car, which was raced between 2011 and 2014, driven by former Italian racer Jarno Trulli for Team Lotus.
The car will be joined by over 100 other classic vehicles - including hot rods and muscle cars - at the finish line of the Classic on Raglan Parade from 8am.
Kruzin Classic's secretary Mick Kantsaros said it was exciting to have the car available for show at the club's traditional event at the Classic.
"It's great that we are able to get a car like this on show," he said.
It's great that we are able to get a car like this on show... We are grateful for the support of the Warrnambool Motor Museum.Mick Kantsaros
"We are grateful for the support of the Warrnambool Motor Museum for letting us show off the car to the public."
Kruzin Classics have a number of activities and prize giveaways scheduled right up until the finish of the race at 2.30pm.
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