Video - Classic cars from every era in the grounds of the Palace of Holyroodhouse

Racing driver Dario Franchitti said it was “humbling” to see his prize cars amongst a fleet of supermotors worth £100 million at the Queen’s Scottish residence.

The IndyCar champion was speaking in Edinburgh where more than a thousand people gathered to witness this year’s Concours of Elegance car show at Holyrood Palace The three-day event features a spectacular collection of rare classic motors from the 1900s onwards with a collective value of more than £100 million. The first event of its kind was held in the grounds of Windsor Castle in 2012 to celebrate the Queen’s diamond jubilee and it has steadily gained a large following across the UK.

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