THOUSANDS of visitors packed out the National Motor Museum to get their fix of hot rods. The Supercar Weekend filled the grounds of Beaulieu estate with everything from Ferraris to Porsches - and a very special Aston Martin. The One-77 hypercar is one of the most exclusive Aston Martins every built - and caused a stir as it joined the Supercar Evolution display.

There were also Lamborghini, Mercedes-Benz, Ariel, Fords, BMW and Toyotas on display.

One man had his custom built Triumph on show for all to see.

Honda were also celebrating the history of its high performance Type R models with a showcase of machines ranging from the 1990s up to the present day, while Retro Rallycross displayed an incredible selection of historic rally cars. In the Super SUV Secret Garden there were some of the greatest all-terrain performance vehicles ever built.

John Selman, who works at Beaulieu as a front of house supervisor said: "My wife died and I wanted to do something really special. It's beautiful in its paintwork and it has lots of additional extras that are quite unusual on a customised bike."