RACING cars capable of speeds up to 200mph will parade through the streets of Huntingdon later this year for the first time ever - many with world-renowned drivers at the wheel. Among them are expected to be some of the 10 Formula 1 World Champions who have raced Lola Cars. As part of the Huntingdon-based company's celebration of 50 years making sports and racing cars, the parade on Sunday October 12 will travel from Lola's headquarters in St Peter's Road, round the ring road to Huntingdon's historic market square, where they will form a spectacular paddock. The event could attract as many as 30,000 people to see some of the 4,000 powerful racing cars the company, which moved to Huntingdon in 1971, has produced over half a century in the fast lane. Lola is keeping details of cars and drivers close to its chest at the moment, but The Hunts Post believes some of the surviving World Champions could be at the wheel on the day. The list of F1 winners ranges from the late Graham Hill, champion in 1962 and 1968, to Fernando Alonso, who won the championship in 2005 and 2006 after competing in a Lola Formula 3000 car in 2000. Also in the roll of honour are John Surtees (1964), Denny Hulme (1967), Sir Jackie Stewart (1969, 1971 and 1973), Emerson Fittipaldi (1972 and 1974), James Hunt (1976), Mario Andretti (1978, who drove Lolas from 1966 to 1995), Jody Scheckter (1979), Alan Jones (1980), Nelson Piquet (1981, 1983 and 1987), Keke Rosberg (1982), Nigel Mansell (1992) and Damon Hill (1996). Lola is Britain's and one of the world's longest-surviving racing car manufacturers, and it is not the first time its vehicles will have been on the public roads.