Last chance to ensure a place at Motoring Literary and Arts Festival

Last chance to ensure a place at this weekend’s inaugural landmark Motoring Literary and Arts Festival at The Wing building at Silverstone race circuit.

Crime caper: Matthew Field, author of the award-winning The Self Preservation Society, chronicling the making of the The Italian Job, will be there along with David Salamone (pictured right with Matthew) who played Dominic, the getaway driver for Charlie Croker

Crime caper: Matthew Field, author of the award-winning The Self Preservation Society, chronicling the making of the The Italian Job, will be there along with David Salamone (pictured right with Matthew) who played Dominic, the getaway driver for Charlie Croker

Based on the tradition of popular literary and history festivals and organised by publisher Philip Porter (porterpress.co.uk), there’s a stellar line-up of speakers including industry leaders, authors and car designers, in a celebration of motoring books, magazines, art and automobilia, plus signings.

Matthew Field, author of the award-winning The Self Preservation Society, chronicling the making of the classic British film The Italian Job, will be there along with David Salamone (pictured right with Matthew) who played Dominic, the getaway driver for Charlie (Michael Caine).

  • Visit motorlitartfest.co.uk and enter code DAILYM20 for a 20 per cent discount.


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