The Formula 1 Exhibition is coming to London this summer.

This event will open on August 23 at the ExCeL following runs in Madrid, Vienna, and Toronto.

It features iconic Formula 1 cars, historic F1 memorabilia and contributions from leading teams.

Visitors will be able to experience motorsport history and delve into the fascinating world of Formula 1.

Fans can get up close to the race carsFans can get up close to the race cars (Image: Courtesy of Formula 1 Exhibition)

Through a partnership with the Silverstone Museum, fans can hear extraordinary stories from the British Grand Prix.

There will be racing simulators using official F1 equipment, allowing visitors to feel what it's like to race around the legendary Silverstone track, with all racers entered into a monthly prize draw for 2025 British Grand Prix tickets.

The charred remains of Romain Grosjean's Haas chassis from a huge crash at the 2020 Bahrain Grand Prix will also be on display.

Award-winning curators and filmmakers have collaborated to create an immersive adventure through Formula 1's history.

The exhibition is hosted across six custom-built rooms featuring contributions from legendary teams, drivers, and experts.

Those attending will be treated to an audio-visual design, rare film and imagery, and engineering displays.

The helmet wall at the Formula 1 ExhibitionThe helmet wall at the Formula 1 Exhibition (Image: Courtesy of Formula 1 Exhibition)

Emily Prazer, chief commercial officer of Formula 1, said: "It’s fitting to bring the F1 Exhibition to the UK capital and pay tribute to the British teams and drivers and personalities who have etched themselves into F1 history.

"London is one of the most cultural vibrant cities in the world, and we look forward to welcoming visitors from around the world to the show."

Visitors start their journey at the Once Upon A Time In Formula 1 room, presenting a gallery of the sport's most defining moments.

READ MORE: McLaren Formula E star smashes indoor speed record at ExCeL

A film collaboration with current driver Pierre Gasly and his family is also set to feature at the exhibition, alongside Lewis Hamilton's kart, in the Drivers and Duels room, where visitors can learn about the journeys of iconic drivers.

The charred chassis remains from Romain Grosjean’s 2020 Bahrain crash will be on display The charred chassis remains from Romain Grosjean’s 2020 Bahrain crash will be on display (Image: Courtesy of Formula 1 Exhibition)

The exhibit finishes with The Pit Wall, a fully immersive experience allowing fans to relive the greatest moments in Formula 1 history.

Timothy Harvey, lead curator and producer of The Formula 1 Exhibition, said: "London was always going to be an incredibly special location for us, so I am looking forward to what’s to come.

"Each show recognises the national heritage of its host location, and as Britain is the home of racing this will be a really special show.

He added: "There’s also some fantastic soon-to-be-announced additions coming to London, including incredible cars - we can’t wait to open our doors."

Tickets go on sale at 10am on June 28, starting from £25 for adult tickets, and £14 for children's tickets.

Special VIP Podium tickets, group bookings and exclusive corporate events are also available.