Win a pair of tickets to the 2019 London Concours

More than eighty of the world’s finest classic and modern cars will gather in the grounds of the Honourable Artillery Company within the heart of London for the 3rd London Concours, a spin off from the equally awesome Concours of Elegance.  These Concours really are our very favourite classic car shows, and we would never what to miss it.  So it gives us great pleasure to be offering 3 of our lucky readers the chance to win a pair to complimentary tickets to the 2019 event.  So be quick and enter now.

The London Concours 2019 will again be held in the Artillery Gardens of the Honourable Artillery Company’s (HAC) Headquarters in City Road just a few minutes’ walk from Liverpool Street and Moorgate stations.  If you’ve never been I can tell you from personal experience it is beautiful.

This years event will be held at the HAC on the 5=6th June 2019.  This is one of, if not the premier UK Classic Car Shows, the ultimate UK Concours of Elegance.  This year is the 3rd holding of the event.

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets simply leave a comment below and tell us what would be your favourite three cars to see at the 2019 London Concours and why?  One should be a classic car, one a supercar, and one a hypercar.  Remember we’d like to know why you’ve made those choices.  You could even drop a picture on our facebook page if you so wished so we can all take a look.

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11 comments on "Win a pair of tickets to the 2019 London Concours"

  • Will Wynn says:

    Super nice selection Matt, but I’m not sure a Pagani is a supercar at £1m and 200mph, but we’ll let you off. Both the Zonda and F40 would be in a dream collection of mine for sure. Epic cars.

  • Matt Rowley says:

    Classic: Ferrari F40
    Supercar: Pagani Zonda
    Hyper car: Porsche 918 Hybrid

  • Will Wynn says:

    Nice selection Richard.

  • Richard Stern says:

    Classic – BMW CSL Batmobile as raced by Legend Niki Lauda
    Supercar – McLaren GT (long overdue)
    Hypercar – Pininfarina Battista

  • Simon Wood says:

    Classic – Lotus Elite, Type 14, Series 1
    Supercar – Ferrari 458
    Hypercar – Bugatti Veyron

  • John Martin says:

    Classic – time to go french and it has to be the Citroen DS which is so french. So advanced for its time, so elegant whether as the saloon or the cabriolet and as with most french cars, slightly fragile but oh so timeless.
    For a supercar, there are now so many, but the McLaren 570s Spider is an excellent current example of the current crop of supercars. Again elegant in coupe or convertible mode, superb design, superbly engineered, and British to boot.
    For a hypercar and I’ve yet to see one the Aston Martin Valkyrie is an amazing car, the ultimate Aston Martin but not as we know them. Ultra expensive, ultra fast, and ultra rare, and all 150 sold.

  • Vaughan Jenkins says:

    An original Alfa Romeo 8c (a nod to the Mille Miglia)
    Ferrari Dino 246 F1 – 60 years since Mike Hawthorn died
    Maserati 420/M/58 Eldorado – first F1 car to carry advertising and driven by Stirling Moss

  • Stewart Longhurst says:

    Classic: Lancia Aurelia – first production V6 and gorgeous fastback GT styling.

    Supercar: Jaguar XJ220 – just because it’s the kind of car you could just stare at for hours.

    Hypercar: Aston Martin Valkyrie – quite simply the most outrageous road car aero design.

  • Archie Robertson says:

    Classic: Renault Alpine A110
    Supercar: Lotus Esprit Turbo
    Hypercar: Bugatti Chiron

  • Chris says:

    Classic A 1930s Bentley that raced at Brooklands: more than just motoring history more likely immortality
    Super- De Tomaso Panthers GT5 Classic name Classic supercar
    Hypercar- Bugatti Chiron a modern take on super cars

  • Graham Godfrey says:

    Will,
    My answers to the London Concours would be:

    Classic car – Lotus Elan (60/70’s version). At the time probably the best drivers’ car around, pretty and will always be one of Colin Chapman’s best creation.

    Supercar – Ferrari 458 Speciale. Last of the normally aspirated V8 Ferraris and most road testers say it will never be exceeded as a driving experience in this category. It probably questions the need to ever buy a ‘hypercar’, as well as being one of the most beautiful of all of Ferrari’s mid engine V8’s. Long term investment Is assured.

    Hypercar – Assuming the McLaren F1 does not qualify as being too ‘early’, I would put the La Ferrari Aperta in this category – prettier and rarer than the coupe and the hybrid performance is simply there as a ‘torque fill’ and therefore all about performance and purity of driving, rather than its competitors that have an electric mode. 2nd hand values of the La Ferrari Aperta reflect the huge desirability of this particular model.

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