Concours of Elegance
After several years spent moving around various royal palaces, the Concours of Elegance settled into Hampton Court Palace in 2017 – and swiftly proved that it’s the perfect backdrop for priceless classic cars.
And it returns for its 10th edition in 2021, featuring 60 of the rarest classic cars from around the world. And, as at Salon Privé the same weekend (see above), its Best in Show is automatically shortlisted for the Peninsula Classics Best of the Best, underlining the event’s status.
The Junior Concours, for half-scale hand-built pedal, petrol-powered and electric cars, made its debut in 2020. And 2021’s addition is a 30-car concours for anyone aged 30 or under who owns a car built between 1900 and 1999.