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To enter, all racegoers need to do is to pick a decade and dress accordingly – it could be anything from the 1920s to 1970s. The best dressed racegoers will all be entered for the prize and the best dressed racegoer will be judged mid-way through the evening.

The prize is just part of the fun on Vintage Racenight. Anyone who has a vintage car (one that is zero rated for road-tax purposes) will be able to park in the picnic cap parks free of charge.

The prize for the best dressed competition includes flights and transfers for two people to Reims on the designated date of the tour. The Louis Roederer Vineyard and Chateau are not open to the public and access is by invitation only – so this is a very exclusive prize indeed. The prize includes a tutored Champagne tasting and lunch at the Chateau.

Racing on Saturday gets under way at 5.50pm. Tickets can be purchased at the entrance.