CAR enthusiasts were in their element at Bicester Heritage's Super Scramble on Sunday.

The historic motoring site carefully selected more than 100 vehicles from around the world to take part.

Crowds were treated to display laps from more than 80 cars and enjoyed the loud roars of the engines and drama of several cars that were started and driven throughout the day.

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The unique 1939 Delage D8-120, owned by Peter and Merle Mullin, took centre stage on the Main Drive, and was admired by many.

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People watched The MK2 Escort, owned by Rob Smith from the Vintage Radiator Company, drive around the track corners with just three wheels touching the tarmac for most of its lap.

Nearby, Ten Tenths Racing’s 1953 Carerra Panamericana Ferrari 250 MM, emblazoned with its racing number of 1.2.3, drew equal crowds.

Campaigned in period by Mexican racer, Efrain Ruiz Echeverria, this one of a kind Ferrari proved a bold and popular edition to the line up.

Daniel Geoghegan, managing director of Bicester Heritage, said: "The combination of some of the world's most important motor-cars being displayed and demonstrated against the cinematic backdrop of Bicester Heritage proved irresistible.

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"The atmosphere was welcoming and relaxed, we have been inundated with positive comments in producing an event which was inclusive yet of the highest quality."

A tribute to the late legend, Norman Dewis, was represented by a display of historic Jaguars.