Busy, busy, busy!

Busy, busy, busy!

A lot has happened in the last few weeks since we launched the Pilote landing page.

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Motorsport highlights saw Gazoo Toyota win the Le Mans 24 hours under the steam of legendary racing driver Fernando Alonso.

We’ve also had the excellent and incredibly diverse Super Sunday Scramble at Bicester Heritage.

Then, of course, The Goodwood Festival of Speed, where we saw all things new from McLaren, Ferrari and Porsche amongst others (our particular favourite being the Porsche 935 homage).

Finally, quite possibly the pinnacle of British motorsport, the Silverstone F1 this weekend past. Lewis Hamilton cemented himself at the top of the driver’s championship table, 39 points clear with 11 race weekends to go.

And in the last 48 hours, we’ve seen Eoin Morgan’s England Cricket side win the World Cup, Novak Djokovic win Wimbledon for a 5th time as well as B. Weisberger winning the Scottish Open in a playoff. Deep breaths everyone!

So to Pilote,

We’ve had a very busy few weeks working towards the completion of our website. Once launched, you’ll be able to shop for Automotive Art by the likes of Tim Layzell, Amy Shore and Paul Oz.

Epic driving routes, great places to stay and eat in the North East also feature, and most importantly, you’ll be able to browse and inquire about our handpicked selection of Classic, Sports and Prestige cars.

In helping to make all of the above happen, we were delighted to partner with renowned photographer, Rebekah Kennington.

Rebekah has photographed at many prestigious events, and we are very grateful for her patience, dedication and hard work in helping us to realise our vision for the imagery of the selection of cars on offer.

We hope to have the website live by the beginning of August, and we will alert you as soon as possible.
As to our next steps, we are nearing completion on our showroom facility, and as soon as we have the keys, work will commence on bringing Pilote to life, more on this to follow.

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