Messi's R8, pictured here on Barcelona F.C.'s training grounds, was purchased by the footballer in 2015 and has been estimated to sell for £176 000-211 400 (€200 00-240 000.)

Another piece with a celebrity provenance is the 1970s Yamaha 750 TZ, previously owned by French politician and sports motorcyclist enthusiast Christian Estrosi. The motorcycle is one of two ever built and is estimated to fetch between £66 000-75 000 (€75 000-85 000.) In 1978, the future mayor of Nice achieved fourth-place finish in the 500cc 1978 French Grand Prix and fourth-place finish again the following years at the 1979 Spanish Grand Prix.

Another extraordinary model in the sale is the 1993 Porsche 964 RSR yellow. This racing vehicle is one of the ultimate Porsche air-cooled racing cars.

Having never raced, it is in perfect condition and is one of only 51 produced. Such an exquisite piece of motoring has been estimated by HVMC's experts to fetch between €1 000 000 to 1.2 million.

Two Porsche 911s are also going under the hammer as well as a Lamborghini Diablo 6.0 VT dating from 2000. This supercar with a spectacular and timeless design is an feat of engineering.

This orange Diablo with chrome rims has travelled just over 24 000 miles km on our roads. It is estimated to fetch between £255 500-291 000 (€290 000-330 000.)

Finally, an entire collection of souvenirs and automotive accessories will be presented in an Automobilia by experts Tom Brault and Stephane Eysseric.

Exhibitions will be held on 28th, 29th, 30th and 1st of July 2017 at 10-12 Quai Antoine 1er, 98000 Monaco. Check out the full catalogue on Barnebys here.