Get closer to the Concours of Elegance with C&SC – and you could be a winner!

| 4 Aug 2020
Get closer to the Concours of Elegance with C&SC – and you could be a winner!

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As classic events slowly get back under way, C&SC is delighted to once again be teaming up with the organisers of the Concours of Elegance at Hampton Court Palace to offer readers a unique experience at this year’s show from 4-6 September.

You can take advantage of a super two-for-one ticket offer for the Saturday and Sunday, plus there will be a special Classic & Sports Car Pre-’90 Car Park for those who book their place in advance and arrive in a suitable car – look out for some of the Our classics fleet, too.

To take advantage of these offers, simply use the promotional code ‘CASC2020’ when booking your tickets here online – you could even be in line for a prize, with the car judged the favourite of the C&SC editorial team each day being invited into the Palace to collect the Classic & Sports Car Car Park Award.

Get closer to the Concours of Elegance with C&SC – and you could be a winner!

C&SC is sponsoring the Car Club displays and will be part of the judging team for the Concours of Elegance Club Trophy, continuing our commitment to the UK classic car club scene.

The winner receives an entry into next year’s main concours from head judge HRH Prince Michael of Kent, and we will also be choosing our favourite from the car club displays on both Saturday and Sunday, with the awards presented on the live stage.

Get closer to the Concours of Elegance with C&SC – and you could be a winner!

The event itself looks like being a vintage year, with outstanding displays including a celebration of 25 years since the McLaren F1 GTR’s debut win at Le Mans, featuring the cars that finished first, third, fourth and fifth in 1995.

There’s also a ‘Junior Concours’ for half-scale petrol-, pedal- and electric-powered classics on Sunday.

Images: Tim Scott


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